Jojo Odoom of the Cloverdale Bobcats tackles North Delta Longhorns ball carrier Treh Bhullar during a VMFL regular season game. The Bobcats will play for the league championship tomorrow at 10 a.m. at Cloverdale Athletic Park.

Bobcats in final

Pee Wee football team from Cloverdale to host VMFL championship

The Cloverdale Bobcats will host the Coquitlam Wildcats in the Vancouver Mainland Football League’s Pee Wee Division final Saturday at Cloverdale Athletic Park.

The Bobcats, the third place finishers in the VMFL with an 8-2 (won-loss) record, upset the 9-1 North Surrey Hawks 6-0 in their semifinal game at Bear Creek Park last weekend.

Coquitlam also won their semifinal game on the road, defeating the previously unbeaten Westside Warriors 14-11 in Vancouver.

Kickoff Saturday is at 10 a.m. The Bobcats won a regular season game between the two teams by a 16-0 score Nov. 4 in Coquitlam.

In an Atom Division playoff game, the North Delta Longhorns fell 36-30 to the Richmond Raiders. Carter Spencer and Xavier Singfield paced the North Delta offense with two touchdowns each, while leading the defense with their solid play were Taj Jhooty and Joban Bhullar.

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