Atom Seahawks win 32-0 against Westshore

Sooke's Atom Seahawks football team wins 32-Nil against Westshore

“Rumbling” Riley Stratton got ready to sack the quarterback from Westshore for the second time. Along with Spencer Logan and Nick Fury, Stratton had too many sacks to count. L.P. Gagnon, Montague, Carrier, Heslop, Stewart, and Ceda, handled the Warrior’s offence allowing only two first downs and no points!

Kicker Stratton booted the ball 35 or more yards in the air. This was the furthest the Seahawk kickers have kicked all season.

The offence was led by Tank Logan, who barreled his way on at least five wedges up the gut, running like a gazelle on  two 25-yard runs leading to his two touchdowns. Roadrunner Cheng swept to the outside and had his season long touchdown of over 40 yards. Nick “fury” Heslop rounded off the scoring with a nimble zigzagging 30 yard touchdown. Jared Steele had four conversion kicks on the day as well. The final score 32-0.

Submitted by Andy Carrier

 

 

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