The Meadow Ridge Knights Pee Wee Blue team recovered this fumble and ran it back for a touchdown in a key play in their 28-6 win over the Chilliwack Giants.

Meadow Ridge Knights pee wees win playoff opener

The Meadow Ridge Knights Pee Wee Blue team beat the Chilliwack Giants 28-6 in the first round of the playoffs

The Meadow Ridge Knights pee wees will be playing for the Valley championship this weekend, after a big win in the first round of the playoffs on Saturday at SRT.

The Knights Blue beat Chilliwack Blue by a score of 28-6.

It was a close game, tied at 6-6, until Jacob Brass scooped up a fumble and took it 50 yards to the house.

Grayson Ballati also scored two touchdowns and Calib Grunninger also found the end zone for Ridge.

On defence, Brass and Tristan Maas each had an interception.

The Knights are now a perfect 9-0 on the season, but they will face some tough competition in the Abbotsford Falcons White team on Saturday at Chilliwack’s Townsend Stadium.

“We beat them 8-6 in our regular season game, so it should be a close game again,” predicted coach Joe Kalinich.


More details about the Knights to follow. See their Facebook page.

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