White Rock-South Surrey
The White Rock peewee Titans took their show on the road last Sunday where they doubled up on the host South Delta Rams 14-7.
Kulsher Randhawa and Nick Murray provided the touchdowns for the Titans while Balsher Randhawa kicked one convert.
In flag action at South Surrey Athletic Park, the host Titans squeaked past Langley Bandits 7-6. Alexander McCrank and Isaiah Kharroubi handled all of the scoring for White Rock.
North Surrey’s atom division entries both posted wins last weekend.
In South Surrey, Parkor Sarai scored the game’s only touchdown as the T-Birds slipped past the host Titans 6-0.
Tunga Mukiza had a big impact for the North Surrey defence with an interception and a fumble recovery.
Meanwhile back home at Bear Creek Park, the North Surrey Lions beat up on the Royal City Hyacks 38-14.
Keyshawn Beswick powered the North Surrey offence with four touchdowns while teammates Myles McPherson and Youseff Saad Sheta added one each.
The defensive pack was led by Davin Reithaug and Marquell Milanzi. Additional tackles were made by Kendrick Lounsbury and Luckman Gurdall while Malaki Amouzou came up with a fumble recovery.
In midget action, the North Surrey Bears mauled the White Rock Titans 34-7 at South Surrey Athletic Park.
Devoun Hallums, Willy Brenner and Colby Peters all found their way into the White Rock end zone for the Bears.
Jace Atkinson and Sean Dobrowolsky each scored touchdowns in a losing cause as the Cloverdale Tigers were tripped up 22-14 by Westside in atom division play at Cloverdale Athletic Park Sunday.
Linden Storebo recovered a pair of onside kicks for the Tigers while Saraj Mann recoved a fumble.
Elsewhere, Alozie LaRose and Jeremiah Washington each scored to touchdowns while Nicholas Baxter added another to help the Cloverdale Sabrecats in their flag division match-up with the Coquitlam Steelers.
In bantam action, Bishop Francis caught three TD passes to spark the Cloverdale Leopards to a 30-22 road win over the White Rock Titans.
Jean-Claude Rugamba also scored for Cloverdale.
Nizaam Khawjazada and Shawndeep Padda had big games on defence for the Leopards.
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