V.I. Raiders receiver Marshall Cook

V.I. Raiders receiver Marshall Cook

Pigksin in the paper: Rebels season over, Rams undefeated

The Westshore Rebels drop decisive 71-0 loss to end football season

Rebels tumultuous season comes to an end

The Vancouver Island Raiders won decisively, 71-0, over the Westshore Rebels in Nanaimo on Saturday. It was a tough end to a long season for the Rebels (2-8). The Raiders (8-2) move on to the playoffs and host the Kamloops Broncos (2-7-1) in the B.C. Junior Football semifinal, while the Langley Rams (7-3) visit the Okanagan Sun (8-2) in the other final

Rams stay undefeated with win over Vancouver College

The Mount Douglas Rams senior boys are still undefeated at 3-0 in B.C. High School Football play with a 42-21 win over the

Vancouver College Fighting Irish on Saturday.

It was a rematch of the Rams’ 2012 provincial championship win over the Fighting Irish (1-2).

Rams star Marcus Davis was instrumental in all areas of the field with seven solo tackles, 12 carries for 169 yards rushed, one touchdown and three receptions for 62 yards.

“The Varsity offensive line was stellar once again, as evidenced by our 417 yards rushing by eight different ball carriers for the Rams,” coach Mark Townsend said.

Running back Julian Luis rushed for four touchdowns. Quarterback Ashton MacKinnon threw a 20-yard TD pass to Seye Farinu. Kicker Callum Duke converted all six touchdowns.

The No. 1 AAA seed Rams play an interesting exhibition game on Saturday, as the club travels to South Delta to play the No. 1-ranked  AA team. The Belmont Bulldogs (1-1)senior team is coming off a bye week and will visit the Notre Dame Jugglers (0-2).


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