Slideshow: Spectrum Thunder in photos against the Holy Cross Crusaders

The Spectrum Thunder are in the midst of a tough debut season in the B.C. High School Football season

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The Spectrum Thunder are in the midst of a tough debut season in the B.C. High School Football season, having lost its first three league games plus an exhibition match to the Mount Douglas Rams.

The AA Thunder suffered another lopsided loss, 50-6, to Surrey’s Holy Cross Crusaders at Spectrum on Oct. 25.

As the city’s newest football club the Thunder is flying under the radar while the other two teams in Greater Victoria enjoy prominence as two of the province’s best AAA clubs, the No. 1-ranked Mount Douglas Rams and up-and-coming Belmont Bulldogs.

The Thunder wrap up the AA season in Delta on Saturday, Nov. 2, against the Seaquam Seahawks.

 

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