Locals help football’s T-Birds to a win

University of British Columbia tops Rams 37-27 in Regina

Joey Gabrick of the UBC Thunderbirds caught a pass for a two-point convert Saturday against the Regina Rams.

A pair of local football players contributed to a 37-27 CIS (Canadian Interuniversity Sports) victory by the University of British Columbia (UBC) Thunderbirds over the Regina Rams Saturday in Saskatchewan.

Kareem Ba had a pair of sacks and forced a fumble, while Joey Gabrick caught a pass for a two-point convert.

Ba, a graduate of Earl Marriott Secondary, is a six-foot-three, 228-pound defensive end. He has two solo tackles, five assisted tackles and a pair of sacks in four CIS games this season.

Gabrick, a receiver from Seaquam Secondary in North Delta, has 10 receptions for 72 yards.

The T-Birds are 2-2 (won-lost) midway through the Canada West schedule.

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