Manuel Lopez runs away from the W.J. Mouat Hawks during the junior Mount Douglas Rams' win at Westhills Stadium on Nov. 8.

All eyes on Marcus Davis as St. Thomas More Knights visit Rams

Catch him if you can, Marcus Davis leads the Mount Douglas Rams into B.C. High School Football playoffs at Westhills

Catch him if you can.

Marcus Davis leads the Mount Douglas Rams into B.C. High School Football playoffs at Westhills Stadium, 2 p.m. on Friday (Nov. 15).

Davis dominated with six touchdowns in the Rams’ 69-6 win over the Belmont Bulldogs two weeks ago, the regular season finale.

In the game Davis combined for an offensive total of 425 all-purpose yards gained. Davis scored three rushing touchdowns of 44, 35 and four yards and caught 30- and 41-yard touchdown passes. He also ran back a 55-yard punt return for a touchdown.

The Rams haven’t faced the Knights this year. Last week the Knights defeated the Bulldogs 43-21 in Burnaby to reach the second round.

The junior Rams are in action today (Nov. 14) against the Notre Dame Jugglers at Westhills Stadium. The Jr. Rams feasted on the W.J. Mouat Hawks 70-24 in the first round of the junior varsity playoffs at Westhills on Friday (Nov. 8.).

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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