(Contributed) The Meadow Ridge Knights midget teama had a big win at home on Sunday.

Knights midgets win in another shutout

Bantams lose close game against Chilliwack

sports@mapleridgenews.com

The Meadow Ridge Knights played a pair of games on Easter Sunday, coming away with a big win and a close loss.

The Knights midget squad got its second win of the season, and its second shutout against North Delta, after a 43-0 victory on Sunday at Samuel Robertson Technical. The Knights have a record of two wins and a loss so far this season in the Valley Community Football League.

The bantam Knights suffered a close loss to the Chilliwack Giants by a score of 23-19. Their record is now 1-2 on the new season.

This weekend, both teams will be on the road, as the bantams will be at McLeod Park on Sunday morning at 11:15 a.m. to take on North Langley. The midgets will be at Bear Creek Park on Sunday at 2 p.m. to take on North Surrey.

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