Sooke players come up big in win

It's been a great weekend for the Sooke football team.

Sooke players were dominated the Victoria Spartans convincing a 44-14 victory over Fairview Cowboys Sunday in junior bantam football.

Avan Wickheim stepped in as team kicker, converting on four touchdowns. He kicked off seven times where no Cowboy could return it.

Defensive players Jared Steele and Owen Cheng played well running down the Cowboys’ kick returns. They also led the team with numerous tackles and stepped in at quarterback

Newcomer Riley Berfelo also contributed with a 23 yard reception and plenty of tackles and great blocking.

Coach Andy Carrier’s player of the day was QB Will Gorchonouv, who played the first half of the game, completing four touchdowns.

 

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