White Rock-South Surrey Titan Adam Olson (left) and Cloverdale Bobcat Joseph Domingo both miss a pass intended for Olson during a Pee Wee football game Sunday at the annual Titans Day at South Surrey Athletic Park.

Reid rushes for four scores

Minor football summaries from North Surrey, Cloverdale

Bantam Division

North Surrey Tigers 29

Abbotsford Falcons 0

Highlights: Sebastien Reid scored all four touchdowns for the Tigers and Steven Sharma kicked for another five points.

 

Atom Division

North Surrey T-Birds 25

Cloverdale Tigers 20

Highlights: The T-Birds did their scoring in the first half, as Ben Laurin and Evan Biwer scored two touchdowns each. Defensive tackle Jayden Smith led a strong defensive effort in the second half.

 

Cloverdale Lions 28

North Surrey Lions 28

Highlights: Jeremiah Washington and Alozie LaRose ran for two touchdowns each for North Surrey. Jovin Shoker kicked for another four points.

Also contributing to the tie was the tackling of the North Surrey defensive line, the blocking of the offensive line and the snapping of Christian Keogh.

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