The White Rock-South Surrey atom Titans begin playoffs Sunday.

Titans prepare for playoffs

The White Rock-South Surrey Titans midget football team capped a perfect season Sunday with a 20-10 win over the North Surrey Bears.

The White Rock-South Surrey Titans midget football team capped a perfect season Sunday with a 20-10 win over the North Surrey Bears.

The win locked up first-place in the Vancouver Mainland Football League for the Titans, who finished the year with a sparkling 10-0 record; the undefeated mark is the best-ever in Titans’ association history.

The first-place finish gives the Titans a bye through the first round of playoffs, which start this weekend.

The midget team is one of three Titans’ squads to qualify for VMFL playoffs; the atom and peewee teams also finished in the top-eight during the regular season, thus earning a playoff berth.

Quarterfinals begins this weekend for the latter two teams. The atom Titans play 10 a.m. Sunday at Bear Creek Park against the North Surrey Lions, while the peewees play the Westside Warriors Sunday at noon, at South Surrey Athletic Park.

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