Senior Marauders draw with Windsor

The Pitt Meadows Marauders played to a 21-21 draw with Windsor secondary in senior boys’ AA football exhibition action Friday.

The Windsor Dukes were responsible for knocking the Marauders out of the playoffs last season, and defeated the Marauders in the AA junior varsity provincial championships in 2008.

The senior Marauders play their first league game of the regular season on Friday, Sept. 30, at home under the lights against the Moscrop Panthers. Game time is 7:30 p.m.

The Pitt junior football squad got its first win of the regular season last Wednesday, blanking Abbotsford Collegiate 15-0. The junior Marauders were 0-2  in preseason action, and will play their home opener today (Wednesday) at 3:30 p.m. against  Samuel Robertson Technical Titans. After going 2-0 in preseason play, the Titans dropped their first league game of the season to Langley, getting shutout 26-0 last Wednesday.

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