Blue Knights stumble in Chilliwack

Pee wee team drops first game of season after pitching back-to-back shutouts

Pee wee Blue Knights quarterback Gavin Whittingham is pulled down from behind against Abbotsford.

The Meadow Ridge Blue Knights fell 8-0 to Chilliwack Red in FVMF league action Saturday, Sept. 19.

The road loss was the first of the season for the pee wee Blues after they opened the season with a pair of shutout wins.

The Blue Knights edged Abbotsford White 6-0 in the season opener and backed it up with a 19-0 thumping of North Langley.

The Blue Knights host Chilliwack Blue on Saturday, Sept. 26 at 12:30 p.m. at SRT.

• The pee wee Gold Knights dropped a 20-0 decision to North Langley in FVMF league action. It was the first points given up by the Gold Knights in three games. They posted an opening season 6-0 win over Abbotsford Black and and a 12-0 win over Chilliwack Blue. They play Chilliwack Red at SRT at 2:15 p.m. on Saturday.

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