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Minor football

Cloverdale Bobcats Trey Jones (left) and Kojo Odoom (6) take down Jesse Goedman of the North Surrey Cardinals during a Pee Wee division game at Cloverdale Athletic Park on Sunday. - BOAZ JOSEPH / THE LEADER
Cloverdale Bobcats Trey Jones (left) and Kojo Odoom (6) take down Jesse Goedman of the North Surrey Cardinals during a Pee Wee division game at Cloverdale Athletic Park on Sunday.
— image credit: BOAZ JOSEPH / THE LEADER

Bantam Division

 

North Delta Longhorns 36

Coquitlam Chargers 28

Highlights: Zach Blouin had touchdown runs of 55 and 90 yards, while quarterback Taylor Pencer raced 108 yards for another major score. Other touchdown runs came from Jakob DeSousa (20 yards) and Dustin Thomas (90 yards). Truce Ighorewo and Allan Clarke led a strong North Delta defense.

 

Pee Wee Division

 

North Surrey Hawks 6

Coquitlam Cougars 0

Highlights: Emmanuel Odong scored the game’s only touchdown. A strong defensive effort was led by Odong, Antonio Pamintuan, Jasahib Dhaliway and Marcellus Linnen.

 

Atom Division

 

North Delta Longhorns 40

North Surrey Lions 26

Highlights: Carter Spencer ran for three touchdowns and was perfect while kicking all five two-point convert attempts to lead the North Delta scoring. Xavier Singfield and Xavier Cole also had touchdown runs.

Vishaan Narayan, Derek Hamilton and Taj Jhooti had strong games on defence for the Longhorns.

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