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The final 32-nil score for the Warriors did not show the aggressive, intensive play of our Seahawk’s defense team

The final 32-nil score for the Warriors did not show the aggressive, intensive play of our Seahawk’s defense team, led by L.P. Gagnon and Ben Powers with over 10 massive tackles. Jacob Daly, Spencer Logan, Owen Cheng, and Malik Youla along with cornerback extraordinaire Quinn McDonald prowled the field. Together with Nakoda Ward they stumped the league leading Warrior’s offense. Offense sputtered though with a lack of O-line blocking highlighted by rowdy Riley Stratton catching his first ball of the campaign. Caleb Carrier and Spencer Logan had plays as team pivot. With quite a few successful runs by Hunter NIcks, Jared Steele, Owen Cheng, Jacob Barney, Grayson Hoolaef and Kieran Franklin, the offense failed to score this day. They now have two weeks off with next game against our arch-rivals Saanich Wolverines.

By Andy Carrier

 

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