Spartans huddling up for the grid-iron game plan

Spartans fall flat in last game of the season

Coach Andy does his weekly report of the Sooke Spartans football game, in the last game of the season which they lost.

The boys fell flat in the last game of the season losing first place and their first loss of the season to Herewood Dawgs at Barsby field in Nanaimo. Offence sputtered, with a few good drives, sweeps and wedges by Logan, Cheng, Gor and Steele, who had a last play of the game run for over 35 yards. T-Bone and Price contributed as well. On Defence Logan, Steele and LaMontagne had tackles and sacks with Steele chasing down a receiver 30 yards and bringing him down to stop a touchdown. Logan had at least two sacks and one blocked kick. It was not our day. Next game semi-final do or go home playoff game at Goudy field.

 

Coach Andy

 

 

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