Marauders fall to top-ranked Grizz

Pitt Meadows gives up 40 unanswered points to fall to G.W. Graham

The Pitt Meadow Marauders couldn’t keep up with the No. 1 ranked G.W. Graham Grizzlies in senior boys’ AA varsity football play Friday in Chilliwack.

The Marauders opened a 7-0 lead, but quickly found out what makes the Chilliwack school the province’s top ranked AA team, losing 40-7.

Quarterback Drake Kindred rushed seven times for 70 yards and was 8-17 throwing, racking up 115 yards in the air with one touchdown pass.

Haden Harty had four receptions for 75 yards and, catching the lone touchdown.

Bailey Mountford lead the way on defence, recording nine tackles and registering one sack. His brother Tayden Mountford had six tackles.

Sim Misceo chipped in with three tackles and a pair of sacks on the day.

Harty had four tackles and an interception.

The Marauders, who now sit with a 1-2 record, will look to bounce back when they take on Mission Friday, Oct. 30 at Pitt secondary. Kickoff is 7:30 p.m.

• In junior varsity action, the Marauders host SRT on Oct. 28 at 3:30 p.m.

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