White Rock’s Jack Davies runs with the ball during a flag game.

White Rock’s Jack Davies runs with the ball during a flag game.

White Rock-South Surrey Titans win big in Langley

Atom football squad in first place in Vancouver Mainland Football League

Though the weather might be getting wetter, it hasn’t deterred any Vancouver Mainland Football League squads from Cloverdale and White Rock-South Surrey, as teams from both associations hit the pitch last weekend.

Among the impressive performances was a big win by the White Rock-South Surrey Titans’ atom squad, which staked its position in first place with a convincing win over the Langley Broncos.

Junior Bantam

North Surrey Falcons 24

Cloverdale Cougars 14

Jaheim Minott had two touchdowns for the Falcons. Jesse Goedman added one major score and kicker Christian Carton Dias added six points. Top tacklers on defense were Minott, Goedman and Christopher Martin.

North Surrey Eagles 28

Coquitlam Raiders 0

Three touchdowns and a pair of two-point converts from Emmanuel Odong lifted the Eagles to a win. Jello Juatco scored one major score and was effective on both sides of the ball.

Atom Division

Cloverdale Tigers 32

North Delta Longhorns 0

Arjun Kang scored three touchdowns and Joseph Domingo added two to lead the Tigers to a win. Leading the offensive line was Justin Foster. A defensive highlight was an interception by Tysan Galye.

Cloverdale Lions 33

South Delta Rams 0

Rajin Chahal led the Lions, running for three touchdowns and kicking a two-point convert. Jeremiah Washington added a pair of touchdowns and Jacob Russ ran for a convert.

White Rock Titans 48

Langley Broncos 14

Max Reiffer, Reggie Quintana, Logan Jessup and Jacob Knowles combined for six touchdowns for the Titans. Aiden Robbins kicked six two-point converts.

Leading the defense were Naji Sallans, Bud Beliveau, Amir Gill, Wyatt Pendergast and Alexander McCrank.

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