Shutout win for Hornets

Frank Hurt hosts Edward Milne in high school football game

After a one-sided win in their only non-conference game, the Frank Hurt Hornets have started regular season play in Tier 2 high school football with a convincing victory.

The Hornets blanked Edward Milne Community School 42-0 at Frank hurt Secondary Saturday afternoon.

Running back Bash Sise-Odaa rushed for 228 yards and a pair of  touchdowns, the longest on an 85-yard run. Fullback Kalvir Dhaliwal ran the ball for 30 yards and one major score.

Quarterback Devoun Hallums had 100 yards rushing and two touchdown, throwing to Jonaus Levac for another score. Linebacker Nick Kearns and defensive tackle Kyle Nelson had fumble recoveries.

– Last Thursday at McLeod Park in Langley, the Seaquam Seahawks ran their Senior AA non-conference record to 2-1 (won-lost) with a 27-14 win over the Langley Saints.

The Seahawks will be on the road again tomorrow (Friday) in Abbotsford, kicking off against the Rick Hansen Hurricanes at 7 p.m. in Rotary Stadium.

– In Senior AAA competition, the Lord Tweedsmuir Panthers finished non-conference play with a 2-1 record following a 35-20 win over the Kelowna Owls Friday afternoon at the Cloverdale high school.

The Panthers, who earlier blanked the Hugh Boys Trojans 31-0 and lost 20-7 to Meridian high school in Bellingham, will play their first regular season game tomorrow at home against the New Westminster Hyacks.

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