Peewee Blue Knights football team beat the Chilliwack Red 26-0. It was a group effort, led by offensive linemen Jacob Gordon and Tristen Parkin. Wide receiver Ryan Spooner made key blocks on the day for touchdown runs by Cody Hogarth, Brayden Hamilton, and Tyler Spencer with two.
Wide receiver Mahlon Taylor caught two long passes to set up two touchdowns. The defense, led by linemen Mackenzie Gordon, James Grimason, Sebastian Berg, Avery Fitchet, and Justin Nickel shut down Chilliwack's offence all day.
The Peewee Gold Knights lost 8-0 to the Abbotsford Falcons in a physical defensive battle.
Blake Alford led the Knights defence with numerous tackles for losses in the Falcons backfield.
Carlos Reddekopp and Detroit Hambly held the Falcons running backs in check with their constant pressure on the Falcons offensive line. On offence Ryley Durante, Cody Stewart, and Harrison Longhi played well in the face of the Falcons constant defensive line rush. The Peewee Gold Knights' next game is in Abbotsford at Rotary Stadium on Saturday, Oct. 6.
The Junior Bantams celebrated their first shutout game against the Chilliwack Red 16-0.
The first touchdown was scored early in the game by Brandon Hunt. Mark Podschadly kept the ball and ran it in from the 20-yard line for another touchdown.
On special teams Jake Loftus converted both kicks adding four points. Tato Ferryro-Araya had a long-pass reception that dug the Knights out of a deep hole in their own end.
Kailesh Kumar tackled well on the outside. Great effort made by wide receiver Zack Gordon this weekend. The next game is Friday, Sept. 28, 7 p.m. at Townsend Park in Chilliwack against the Chilliwack Blue.
The Atom Knights beat the Chilliwack White winning with 38-6. Their next game is Sept. 29 at 1:45 p.m. in Townsend Park against Chilliwack Blue.
The Bantam Knights played Chilliwack and lost 7-45. Their next game is Sept. 29 at 1 p.m. at Samuel Robertson Technical against Vernon.
The Midget Knights had a close game against Chilliwack with a loss of 14-17. Their next game is 3 p.m. at Cowichan.