Mt. Doug Rams prep for Hyacks

Rams to host New West Hyacks at Royal Athletic Park, Friday, Oct. 28

Football Rams to host New West Hyacks at RAP

The Mount Douglas Rams senior football team to looks to regain its winning form this Friday when the New Westminster Hyacks visit Royal Athletic Park.

Kick off is 3:30 p.m. with the junior teams playing at 1 p.m.

The Rams are recovering from a huge game, having lost to the Vancouver College Fighting Irish 24-19 in Vancouver on Saturday.

Quarterback Jordan Deverill threw 15 passes for 232 yards and a 22-yard touchdown pass to Taylor Young. Terrell Davis scored a 90-yard kickoff return for the Rams’ only other touchdown.

Earlier in the week the junior Rams showed another glimpse of the Rams’ promising future by knocking off the junior Fighting Irish 34-6.

Prior to playing the Fighting Irish the senior Rams were ranked 11th in the country by Canada Football Chat.

 

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