Tristan Hanlon of the Langley Cowboys grabs a hold of Walker Erickson of the Cloverdale Bobcats during a Pee Wee football game Sunday at Cloverdale Athletic Park.

Cloverdale minor football

Game summaries from Vancouver Mainland Football League play Oct. 9

  • Oct. 11, 2013 12:00 p.m.

Bantam Division

 

Cloverdale Leopards 21

Richmond Raiders 38

 

Highlights: Jean-Claude Rugumba, Tyler Karoway and Victor Belanger scored the touchdowns.

Bishop Francis kicked two converts and Hjarmandeep Jouhal added one.

Denver Lebedow also played well on offense.

 

Atom Division

 

Cloverdale Tigers 36

North Surrey Lions 24

 

Highlights: Jace Atkinson scored four touchdowns to pace the Tigers to a win. Jamie Fuchs added a fifth major score, and Linden Storebo kicked three two-point converts.

Atkinson also had an interception. Jared Smith and Logan Fuller also played well on defense.

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