Knights win four out of five

The Meadow Ridge Knights went four for five last weekend, with a strong showing at the atom level.

The Meadow Ridge Knights went four for five last weekend, with a strong showing at the atom level.

The Atom Gold Knights knocked off the Bears in Langley, 24-22, and the Atom Blue Knights earned a win  in Mission 32-25 over the Niners.

The PeeWee Gold Knights travelled to Langley for a 12-0 win over the Bears. Linebackers, James Ross, Tyson Phare and Kurtis Brown kept the Bears penned in, allowing only three first downs all game.  QB Riley Celino, found the end-zone,  as did running back Eric Clark.

The PeeWee Blue Knights lost 46-0 to the undefeated Mission Niner’s

The Junior Bantam Knights snapped a four- game losing streak against the Niners with a 19-0 win in Mission.

Some old school defence, led by Riley Durante and Cole Leon, negated the Niner ground game. Liam Cummurasamy and Adam Brass smothered Mission’s receivers and took away the air.  Anthony Cameron and Tim Janke found the end-zone, and Brandon Hunt returned a punt for a touchdown to cap off victory.

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