White Rock Titan Rhys Huston tackles North Delta Longhorns ball-carrier Rion Cruz during a Pee Wee football game at John Oliver Park on Sept. 1.

Surrey/North Delta minor football

Vancouver Mainland Football League summaries from Sept. 1

Junior Bantam Division

Cloverdale Cougars 36

North Surrey Falcons 8

Highlights: Jesse Goedman scored the Falcons touchdown.

 

Pee Wee Division

Cloverdale Bobcats 40

Royal City Hyacks 0

Highlights: Terel Jones with three, Walker Erickson with a pair and Noah Anderson scored the Cloverdale touchdowns.

 

Atom Division

North Surrey T-Birds 22

Langley Broncos 8

Highlights: The T-Birds offense was led by quarterback Connor Stadnyk, and major scores came from Tunga Mukiza, Parkor Sarai and Treyvaughn Levac. Connor Omiloli kicked a pair of two-point converts.

The tackling of Nnamdi Okuma and Nicolas Iveson helped keep the Broncos to one score. Okuma also had a fumble recovery.

Cloverdale Lions 6

Royal City Hyacks 8

Highlights: McCord Leeson scored the lone Cloverdale touchdowns. The offensive line of Aiden Basra, Ajay Dhaliwal, Sarb Mann, Riley Bjarnason and Lucas Corkish blocked very well. Top tacklers on defense were Markus Lund, Silvano Lalana,, and Kai Sheck.

 

North Surrey Lions 50

Coquitlam Lions 0

Highlights: Keyshawn Beswick paced the Lions with three touchdowns. Also scoring touchdowns were Myles McPherson on a 54-yard run, Kieran Pama, Sabastian Blunt and Aidan Reithaug. Youseff Saad Sheta kicked four two-point converts.

The defense was led by Marquell Milanzi, Andrew Knox, twin brothers Aidan and Davin Reithaug, Lucky Gill, Michael Jenkins and Dahani Mohammed.

 

Cloverdale Tigers 16

North Delta Longhorns 52

Highlights: The Tigers got one touchdown each from Jace Atkinson and Jamie Fuchs, and a pair of two-point converts from Linden Storebo.

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