Cloverdale Bobcat J.T. Balfour brings down North Surrey Cardinals ball carrier Harrison Van Beest during a Pee Wee football game at Bear Creek Park on Sunday afternoon.

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Surrey and Delta game summaries from Vancouver Mainland Football League play.

Bantam Division

North Delta Longhorns 38

Westside Warriors 0

Highlights: Kyler Mosley ran for four touchdowns to lead the Longhorns. Dustin Thomas  ran for a pair of major scores and had several tackles on defence.

 

North Langley Bears 18

Cloverdale Leopards 0

Highlights: An offensive highlight for the Leopards was a 40-yard pass from Quarterback Gurjot Bains to Anoop Nahal.

Jake Bracey ran for 45 yards on three carries. David Dinbandhu ran for 35 yards on kick returns and made some great tackles.

Ricky Park made some great tackles and had one quarterback sack. Carlos Alvaro had some good rushes at running back.

 

North Surrey Tigers 38

Ridge Meadows Knights 6

Highlights: Jamel Lyles paced the Tigers with three touchdowns. Quarterback Colby Peters had an outstanding game, scoring a touchdown, a two-point convert and completing a pair of long passes to Lyles. Nathan Brown with a touchdown and kicker Daniel Horvath with a field goal and three converts completed the scoring.

Manraj Kalsi and Logan Lawrence with defensive standouts. Rahshon Loobie returned an interception 60 yards.

 

North Surrey Panthers 17

Nanaimo Redmen 0

Highlights: Lucas Gibson led the Panthers in scoring with a touchdown, a convert and a field goal. Rohit Pooni also scored a major, while Partap Sandhu led the defence in tackling.

 

Junior Bantam Division

Cloverdale Cougars 6

Coquitlam Vikings 43

Highlights: Michael Bachmeier, David Burchart and Deepak Mattu played well on the Cougars defense. Lukas Stevens made some great tackles on defence and ran the ball well on offense. The lone touchdown came on a 70-yard run  by Shawndeep Padda.

 

North Surrey Eagles 52

Richmond Raiders 8

Highlights: The Eagles got three touchdowns from Rahim Mohammed and two each from Kawku Frimpong and Adam Patchett.

 

Pee Wee Division

Cloverdale Lynx 0

Westside Warriors 39

Highlights: Jevon Chahal and Arjun Johal made several spectacular tackles for the Lynx. Jordan Kelley recovered an onside kick and rushed the ball well. Joshua Reed made three touchdown-saving tackles.

North Surrey Hawks 12

Coquitlam Wildcats 6

Highlights: The Hawks scored twice in the final four minutes on touchdowns from Ethen Boyd and Emmanuel Odong. The defensive play of Dante Collier and Justin Kular helped hold the Wildcats to just six points.

Atom Division

North Delta Longhorns 34

South Delta Rams 8

Highlights: The Longhorns got two touchdowns each from Benjamin Carrion and Daesaun Johnson as well as a single from Carter Spencer. The offensive line consisting of Ishaan Chand, Alex Kimoto, Prabjot Ahluwalia, Brandon Johnson and Kabir Purewell was solid in the victory.

Cloverdale Lions 7

White Rock Titans 40

Highlights: Cameron Butters scored the lone Lions touchdown on a long run. Jakob Kaleel and Justice Fee played outstanding games for Cloverdale.

North Surrey Lions 26

Royal City Hyacks 0

Highlights: Colin Dolynski, Javon Minott, Marcellus Linnen and Jamil Yousuf scored one touchdown each for the Lions, with Dolynski kicking a two-point convert. Muheez Dejonwo recovered a fumble.

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