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Titans and Marauders junior squads set for Alouette Bowl

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The Titans of Samuel Robertson Technical Secondary School and the Marauders of Pitt Meadows Secondary School are set for their annual crosstown grudge match Wednesday at 3:15 p.m. at SRT.

The Titans have won the past two meetings of the junior varsity football programs, and Pitt coach Kris Little is hoping to prevent a third loss.

"It's been pretty one-sided so far," said Little of the local rivalry.

With his team coming off a 40-6 win over Rick Hansen last week, and the return of a number of injured players, Little says his team is confident headed in today's game.

Titans coach Mark Ogloff said the annual crosstown matchup is a critical game for both teams with the postseason looming. While his squad has got the better of the Marauders twice before, he doesn't want his team to peak too early in the season.

"Every year we seem to peak when we play Pitt, so we want to keep that momentum going," he said.

• The Titans and the Marauders kick off at at SRT field at 3:15 p.m. on Wednesday.

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