Sooke Seahawks players making their way through the Nanaimo team’s defence lines. The local Sooke boys gear up for their fourth win in a row helping Westshore Warriors defeat Peninsula Panthers 16-0.

Sooke Seahawks topple Nanaimo Bombers

A summary from the Sooke Seahawk Atoms game against Nananaimo.

The Sooke Seahawk  Atoms dominated again on Saturday against the Nanaimo Bombers.

Sooke defence was solid on the ball not allowing any scores for Nanaimo. On the the defensive side Skyler Rossiter led the the way breaking through the lines time and time again.

Solid play was had by Mitchell Rose who had to step up and fill a void making a huge tackle for a loss of 10 yards.With defensive Captain Gabe Nelson out during the first half, Trysten Schroder, Mike Widner, Angelo Avila, and Brynn Phillips had solid tackling all game.

Austin Reid had huge tackles never letting up all game.

On the offensive side of the ball, Malaki Allen had two touchdowns, and Dayton Planes also had a TD.

Big yard gains were had by Christian Kaisinger,and Ryan Pfeiffer. Zander Adams had enormous blocking throughout the game.

Sooke Atoms final score was 18-0, next game against Saanich May 24 at Copley field.

 

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