Pre-atom Seahawks lose 18-0 against Peninsula

Despite great efforts the pre-atom Seahawks did not prevail

Number seven

Village Food Markets proud sponsor of Seahawks pre-atom team is reporting on a 18-0 loss to Peninsula.

Defence played a key role in keeping the score to three touch downs and no converts.

Being led by #6 L.P. Gagnon with six touch down saving tackles and a quarterback sack. Ironman Spencer Logan had two and three Wildcat players on him all game and still half a dozen huge hits, including pancaking the best player on offence.

Number 49 Jared Steele swooped and clawed his way to numerous play stopping tackles and ran for a 40 yard touch down that was called back due to penalty.

Helping out was Quinn Macdonald, Finn Rogers, Tyler Robinson, Adam Hughes.

Offence really never got going with good runs by #79 Thomas Lowerison, with a big third down 15 yard conversion. #7 Malik Youla made two great catches on the day as well. Caleb Carrier jumped in at centre and held his own in the fourth quarter, with Mikey Lundell, Luther White, Hunter Swift, Sian Cyr, Kaedan Rheault.

The next time the boys will play Eagle Ridge on May 13 at noon.

By Andy Carrier, coach

 

 

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