The White Rock-South Surrey peewee Titans kicked off a busy and soggy weekend of Vancouver Mainland Football League play with a game in New Westminster against the Hyacks Friday night.
The lone highlight for the Titans in a 25-6 loss was 65-yard double reverse for a touchdown by Balsher Rhandawa.
z In atom division play, the Titans picked up a win at home by topping the North Surrey T-Birds 26-8.
Beckham Dickie and Michael Ficken each scored two touchdowns to power the Titans past the T-Birds.
z In midget action at South Surrey Athletic Park, the Titans overcame a 14-3 halftime deficit to beat the visiting Nanaimo Redmen 24-14.
The Titans came to life in the third quarter when a pair of touchdowns by quarterback Will Watson gave White Rock their first lead of the afternoon.
Harrison Allen clinched the win with a decisive 42-yard interception return late in the fourth quarter.
The North Delta peewee Longhorns improved their record to 5-2 on a cold, wet Friday night with an impressive 24-0 victory over cross-town rivals South Delta Rams.
Diallo Ighorewo scored two touchdowns and added three converts in the victory. Daesaun Johnson also scored a TD for the Longhorns.
The defence was led by strong performances from Brody Clark, Hunter Cruz-Dumont, Rion Cruz and Justin Hermann.
z Elsewhere, the atom Longhorns ventured into Coquitlam Sunday to battle the Lions, but it was Mother Nature who did the most damage. The Longhorns fumbled early and often in the cold, heavy morning rainfall.
Fullbacks Xavier Singfield and Xavier Cole both had strong games for North Delta, but a 60-yard touchdown run by Carter Spencer wasn't enough to overcome the miscues as the Coquitlam Lions prevailed 31-6.
North Surrey's bantam Leopards won a cat fight at Bear Creek Park Sunday with an impressive 48-0 mauling of the rival Cloverdale Leopards.
Behind stellar blocking from linemen Nicholas Carroll and Pablo Espinoza, Willie Brenner sparked the Panthers with three TDs. Teammates Jerald Leonardo, Oso Okajie, Mark Leonardo and Emeka Okuma chipped in with one touchdown apiece.
z North Surrey's other bantam team was not as fortunate as the Tigers were edged 8-7 on the road by the Langley Mustangs.
Nathan Brown scored the lone North Surrey major.
z North Surrey's atom Lions sharpened their claws on the Cloverdale Tigers with a 42-6 atom division win.
Jamil Yousuf and Javon Minott each found the end zone three times for the victorious Lions.