Spartans record perfect season

“It was a great season, and a phenomenal contribution by the Sooke players,” said coach Andy Carrier.

The Victoria Spartans led by a strong contingent of Sooke players went perfect this season, posting a 5-0 regular season in junior bantam football.

The Spartans blanked Oceanside Titans Saturday with a 24-0 win.

Sooke’s Jared Steele ran a slam up the middle for the first play of the game and scored.

The offence cruised with Owen Cheng scoring on two punt returns.

Defence was the story of the day with Caleb Carrier, Spencer Logan, Riley Brefelo, Avan Wickheim and Jared Steele limiting the Titans to just three first downs.

“It was a great season, and a phenomenal contribution by the Sooke players,” said coach Andy Carrier.

The Spartans open the playoffs this weekend in Langford.

 

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