Pre-atom Seahawks earn 6-0 victory over Westshore Warriors

The young footballers earn an impressive win against Westshore Warriors

Village Food Markets, proud sponsor of Sooke Seahawks pre-atom football, is proud to report on a 6-0 win against the always hard to beat Westshore Warriors.

Defence led the game with Captain Spencer ‘Gut Pounding’ Logan, who, by the way, played two games on Sunday,  helping out with our atom team as well. Coach Pollock said he made huge contributions as well. However in today’s game they had three quarterback sacks. Jacob Barney constantly wreaking havoc, Caleb Carrier, Hunter Swift, Luther White, Quinn Macdonald tackling, chasing and catching ball carriers. L.P. ‘AK47’ Gagnon and Jared Steele swarmed the backfield together saving quite a few potential scoring chances, along with Finn Rogers, Malik Youla and Thomas Lowerison allowing only one first down the entire game. Awesome defence troops!

However play of the day went to first-time quarterback Jared  ‘Can’t Stop ‘Em’ Steele’ with o-line blocks  from Kaedan ‘No one gets by’ Rheault, Michael Allman, Sian Cyr and Tye Linquist. Other notable mentions include, #49 Jared Steele sweeping around and #79 Thomas Lowerison making not one, two but three downfield blocks allowing speeding Jared to run a 65 yard touchdown. Jared continued to pitch, toss and fake his way to many a first down. However the Warriors had a good handle on defence as well. Next game at MacAdam field in Duncan.

by Andy Carrier,

coach

 

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