Eagles clinch first place with win over Longhorns

Summaries from the Vancouver Mainland Football League

Junior Bantam Division

North Surrey Eagles 44

North Delta Longhorns 24

Highlights: Jello Juatco with four touchdowns and Antonio Pamintuan with two led the Eagles offense. Emmanuel Odong kicked for eight points.

The win lifted the Eagles to a 9-1-0 record (won-lost-tied)  in league and a first-place finish, just ahead of the 8-1-1 Longhorns.

 

North Surrey Falcons 2

Coquitlam Raiders 6

Highlights: The Falcons received a strong defensive effort, scoring a safety. Connor Hill was the leading tackler for the Falcons, the fourth-place team at 5-5.

 

Atom Division

Cloverdale Lions 18

North Surrey T-Birds 22

Highlights: Rajin Chahal scored two touchdowns for Cloverdale with Jacob Russ adding one.

The Lions finish the regular season in sixth place at 5-5-0.

 

White Rock Titans 30

Royal City Hyacks 14

Highlights: Marley Reiffer and Max Reiffer scored two touchdowns each, and kicker Aiden Robins booted a trio of two-point converts to account for the Titans scoring.

Bud Beliveau, Amir Gill, Hudson Bromley, Wyatt Pendergast and Nick Napper were the defensive leaders for White Rock, which clinched first place with a 9-0-1 record.

 

Cloverdale Tigers 40

Coquitlam Lions 6

Highlights: Maren Meberg had a pair of quarterback sacks to lead the tigers defensive effort.

The Tigers placed second with an 8-1-1 record.

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