Blue and Gold Knights square off

Week Four in the Valley Community Football League saw the Ridge Meadows Blue Knights in Chilliwack Saturday to take on the pee wee Giants.

Ridge Meadows Knights running back Riley Rooney pulls away from a Chilliwack Giants opponent during a pee wee football game Saturday.

Week Four in the Valley Community Football League saw the Ridge Meadows Blue Knights in Chilliwack Saturday to take on the pee wee Giants.

Liam Anderson recovered his first fumble of the season, doing his part to keep his team in the game.

Evan Kitchener teamed up with Nick Succurro and Ethan Holland to make some great tackles on the line, but it wasn’t enough to stop the Giants’ offence as the Blue Knights move to 2-2 on the season after a  36-12 loss.

Also in pee wee, the Gold Knights did not fare much better in a home game against the Langley Bears, falling 18-0 to the visitors.

The Blue and Gold Knights will face off against each other this Saturday at SRT.

Atom: The atom division teams split a pair of games on Saturday.

In the Gold Knights home opener against the Mission Niners, the hometown team won 33-0.

Hayden Cote scored first in the first quarter. The whole team played well, making it hard for the Mission team to move the ball.

In the third quarter, Jamie Huurman made a great interception  and 40-yard return, then Jacob Brass ran it in for a touchdown.

Great stops and tackles were made by Kian Zabihi, and the whole team contributed as the Gold Knights won 31-0 to remain undefeated in league play.

At home, the Blue Knights lost a mid-field battle with the Abbotsford Falcons 8-0.

Dante Clarke recovered his first fumble of the season. Big tackles by Justin Bronswyk, Jack Kannt, Jayden Mathiesen and Alexander Johnson that kept the game close.

Demetre Cherras and Miller Bassett played well on the offensive line.

Junior bantam: The Meadowridge White Knights defeated the Mission Niners 32-0 on Saturday to improve to 2-1.

Tyler Spencer tossed a touchdown pass to Kyle Halverson and also recorded an interception on defence.

Brad Tremblay also tossed a touchdown  pass for the Knights.

Tristan Parkin and Gabe Medeiros opened some gaping holes in the line, allowing  Brock Pelwecki and Jevon Anutooshkin to score three rushing touchdowns.

The defence, led by Blake Alford and Brayden Hamilton, shut down the Niners.

Upcoming: On Saturday, the Meadowridge Gold Knights will host the North Langley atom team, 10 a.m. at Samuel Robertson Technical school, in the only home game of the weekend.


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