Jared Steele leads the Victoria Spartans in a pre-game pep talk.

Spartans bring down Fighting Eagles

A summary from last weekend's football match versus the Campbell River Fighting Eagles.

Sooke’s Jared Steele scrambled for 35 yards to lead the Victoria Spartans to a 36-0 victory over Campbell River Fighting Eagles in bantam football play on Saturday.

Other offence coming from Sooke players included touchdown receptions from Spencer Logan and Simon Hadley. Sam Lowden punched in a three yarder on a quarterback sneak and Will Gorchonov rounded off the scoring with a 25-yard bootlegging.

Riley Brefelo also ran a jet sweep for 25 yards and when his quarterback was scrambling and in trouble.

On defence, centre Caleb Carrier had 100 percent snapping. Owen Cheng, Anthony Tucker and Avan Wickheim had numerous play ending tackles.

 

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