The Pre-Atom Seahawks had a first-time victory against Oak Bay

Pre-Atom Seahawks win

The young players won a first-time victory in Oak Bay

The Seahawks had a first win in three years in Oak Bay against OakBay, with a score of 21-0.

Village Food Markets proud sponsor of Seahawk Pre-Atom football is proud to say we finally won one in Oak Bay.

Offence led the way with three touchdowns from Thomas ‘Tommy- Gun’ Lowerison of the Lowerison family fame. Two of which were perfect tosses from Caleb ‘Gun ‘em Down’ Carrier at quarterback and L.P. Gagnon.

With Thomas speeding for two and juking his way for 15 seconds on both sides of the field.

Marvelous Malik Youla not only threw many an offensive block he also caught his first two point conversion of the battle.

Many good blocks by offence which was led by Jacob ‘The Wall’ Barney, Kaedan Rheault, Sian Cyr who made an amazing block on the first touch down.

Tight ends Hunter Swift, Quinn Macdonald, Jared Steele, Luther White, sealed up the outside lanes to all incoming Oak Bay traffic.

On defence we were led by Spectacular Spencer Logan with four sacks, causing three fumbles and bowling over four offence linesman in one play.

Caleb Carriere had a sack as well and was well assisted by Mikey Lundell, Manny Ratcliffe, Tye Linquist Malik Youla.

Defence held the warriors scoreless while Spencer and his wrecking crew wreaked havoc on all their ball possessions.

The next game is on May 5 at Eagleridge.

All the coaches are very proud of these hard-working young men.

By Andy Carrier, Coach

 

 

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