Westshore Rebels player Jordan Andrews runs the water on the field during a break in a minor football game Sunday at Goudy Field. Andrews was one a number of junior players who signed with the Rebels on the day and helped out the kids' teams at the park.

Rebels host junior football signing day in Langford, help out too

Sooke Seahawks and Westshore Wolves minor football players rub shoulders with big guys

Area minor football players were in the spotlight on the Goudy Field turf in Langford on Sunday, but some larger counterparts were being celebrated as well nearby.

The Westshore Rebels held their national signing day event at the park, in conjunction with a trio of Vancouver Island Minor Football Association games. Not only did the Rebels players ink their cards for the upcoming season, some helped out by working as the sideline sticks crew and running water to the pre-atom, atom and pee wee division players, who were thrilled to be hanging with young men who will represent the Capital Region on the gridiron this season in B.C. Football Conference play.

Signing their cards with the Rebels on the day (with more to come later) were:

Trent Wright, #23

Kaleb Lee, #07

Tyson Morrison, #91

Peter Allan, #94

Calvin Johnson, #09

Brandon Nelms, #15

Rob Mar, #58

Niko Ceska, #21

Kyle Smith, #52

Jordan Andrews, #20

Chris Pastro, #35

Patrick Warren,#51

Mike Chaves, #05

Darcy O’Connor, #38

Griffin Dear, #01

Duseon LeBlanc, #30

Morgan D’ganigian, #34

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