The White Rock-South Surrey Titans celebrate a Vancouver Mainland Football League title earlier this month.

Midget Titans win B.C. football title

White Rock-South Surrey Titans captured provincial championship after 50-0 win over Prince George on the weekend.

The month of November has been good to the White Rock-South Surrey Titans.

Last weekend in Kamloops, the football association’s midget squad won a nine-a-side midget provincial championship with a 50-0 win over Prince George – a win that came just one week after the squad won a Vancouver Mainland Football League title.

The association’s younger teams got into the act, too, with three qualifying for the playoffs and one – the peewee Titans – winning a VMFL title.

The peewee Titans finished first after a low-scoring 8-6 over Cloverdale on Nov. 20.

The White Rock-South Surrey atom-division Titans, meanwhile, made it to VMFL semifinals before they lost to North Surrey 16-6.

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