Pre-atom Seahawks end season

The young footballers made great efforts, but couldn't fight off Saanich during Gold Cup playoff

We finished the 2012 season with a hard fought Gold Cup playoff game against undefeated high scoring Saanich Wolverines.

Village Food Markets proud sponsors of Seahawks football reports a 20-0 loss Sunday.

The Saanich team’s 5’7” 10-year-old track star running back was unstoppable by our defensive corp.

Jared Steele, Finn Rogers, Spencer Logan, L.P. Gagnon, Luther White, Quinn Macdonald,Tyson Robinson all pitched in with lots of tackles.

On offfence, Lowerison, had a 40-yard run and got tackled at the eight yard line. We moved the ball with surgeon like precision for 50 yards and on both occassions couldn’t punch it in.

We also had a false whistle with Lowerison heading for the end-zone and the play was called dead. Caleb Carrier took over at center and quarterback Steele ran an awesome variation of plays, however, the well-coached and prepared Saanich team held us off the scoreboard.

Logan had at least seven runs with four to five Saanich players hanging on, fighting for hard to get gains — helped by Malik Youla, Hunter Swift, Gagnon, Lowerison and Steele. Congratulations to Saanich and kudos to the Sooke boys who had a awesome hard playing sportsman-like season.

For more info go to: www.sookeseahawks.com

See you all next spring and God bless.

 

 

Andy Carrier,

coach

 

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