SRT Titans still looking for first varsity victory

Weekend high school football action saw the Samuel Robertson Technical Titans beaten 49-6 by the Rick Hansen Hurricanes on Saturday

SRT Titans running back Tyrell Ogloff looks for room to run against the Rick Hansen Hurricanes on Saturday in Abbotsford. The Titans host a home game on Friday night.

Weekend high school football action saw the Samuel Robertson Technical Titans beaten 49-6 by the Rick Hansen Hurricanes on Saturday in Abbotsford.

The Titans are a first-year team, while the Hurricanes are the terror of the league, having gone 5-0 and allowed only 26 points to be scored against them all year.

The Titans will be looking for their first win at the varsity level as they host the Abbotsford Collegiate Panthers on Friday night at SRT.

Titan standout Tyrell Ogloff will be hoping to buff up his team leading rushing stats. He has ran for 395 yards and two touchdowns in just three games, placing him in the top 10 in B.C. in rushing (eighth). Ogloff is just in Grade 11, so a rushing title could be in his future.

Kickoff is at 7 p.m.

On Friday night the Pitt Meadows Marauders lost 41-25 to the Robert Bateman Timberwolves.

The T-Wolves are now 4-1 on the season, while the Marauders fall to 2-3.

Pitt will play on Friday at G.W. Graham, a team that has one win in five outings, at 7 p.m.

The player of the week on the double A circuit is Rahshon Loobie of the Frank Hurt Hornets, who made the best of just three catches by going for 100 yards and three touchdowns. On defence, Loobie also had an interception.

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