Jayden Forbes (left) of the North Surrey Lions tackles Lucas Shannon of the North Delta Longhorns during an Atom Division football game Sunday at John Oliver Park.

Birdi scores four majors

Minor football summaries from North Surrey, Cloverdale

Bantam Division

 

North Surrey Tigers 28

Langley Bears 10

Highlights: Sebastien Reid with three touchdowns, Jaheim Minott with one, and kicker Steven Sharma with four converts accounted for the Tigers scoring. Michael Bachoush was the leading tackler.

 

Junior Bantam Division

Cloverdale Cougars 48

Victoria Renegades 8

Highlights: SebastienTaran Birdi scored four touchdowns for the Cougars.  Kalshar Randhawa had a pair of major scores, with Terrell Jones scoring one.

Jashan Grewal kicked a pair of two-point converts, and the defense chipped in with a safety.

 

Atom Division

 

Cloverdale Tigers 24

Coquitlam Tigers 30

Highlights: SebastienTyson Galye ran for two touchdowns for Cloverdale, and Elijah Melnyk threw to Jonah Ussher for a third score.

 

Cloverdale Lions 36

Coquitlam Lions 30

Highlights: SebastienCloverdale got two touchdowns each from Jeremiah Washington and Xavier Mensah, and one major score from Alozie Larose and Owyn Caster. Christian Keogh had a quarterback sack.

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