Knights shut out Giants

Atom team uses balanced offence and steady defence to blank Chilliwack

The Gold Knights used a stiffling defence led by the trio of Declan Schrader, Dante Clarke, and Kesler Johnson to shut out the Chilliwack Red Giants 28-0 in a decisive road win in atom football play.

Offensively, the Gold Knights were led by runningback Devon Crenshaw, with the help of lineman Jordan Canavan, James Launder and Mitchell Alcinay.

The Blue Knights dropped their second straight game to the Chilliwack Blue Giants, 30-8. The loss comes after the Blue Knights were shut out at home 24-0. Carter Smith of the Blue Knights had the team’s only touchdown, scampering for a 65 yards.

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The Gold Knights took a late 7-6 road lead against the Abbotsford Falcons, only to see two late touchdowns end any hopes of victory. Knights’ quarterbacks, Riley Celino and James Ross teamed up with runningbacks Ethan Kitsch and Tyson Phare to help control the clock, but ultimately fell 21-7.

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The Knights dropped an agonizing 22-19  decision to the Abbotsford White Falcons in the second half of a home-and-home tilt. The Knights dropped the rematch in Abbotsford after losing 24-6 at SRT. The Knights had a long TD run called back with under two minutes left and stopped on the Falcons five-yard-line as time expired.

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