Atom Blue The Chilliwack Atom Blue Giants put another notch in the win column, beating Meadow Ridge Blue 30-8 at Townsend Park Saturday. Travis Richley had a great game on offence and special teams. He ran for one touchdown on offence and returned a kickoff for another. Jared Rahnborn and D.J. Stephens had a touchdown each on the ground.
The Blue Giants dominated on the other side of the ball as well, with great pressure from the D-line by Lucas Feaver, Aiden Saunders and Andrew Fawcett, and several successful blitzes by linebacker Raiden Mastin.
Atom Blue Giants look to extend their winning streak next week in Maple Ridge against the Meadow Ridge Gold team.
Atom Red Chilliwack Red Atom Giants fell to 2-2 after a tough 24-0 loss to the Meadow Ridge Gold Knights last weekend.
A touchdown by Nicolas Beck would have put Chilliwack on the scoreboard, but a penalty brought the play back. Raph Trill and Mateo Tuioti put in good defensive efforts for the Giants.
Atom White Chilliwack's Fighting White improved their record to 1-3 with a 34-18 win over Mission Saturday.
Atom White was ready to play on both sides of the ball, and Chilliwack's defence manhandled Mission, holding them to just two offensive touchdowns the whole game with some big sacks for a loss of yards by Yapo Conteh, Dayton Roger and Jake Sondervang. Trent Cote dominated with many huge saves. White's defence also recorded its first touchdown with Vincent Braunaur running an interception into the end zone.
Special teams also did a great job, led by fearless kicker "Big" Ben Uz, who performed perfectly on kick off and put another four points on the board with converts.
Whites offence dominated thanks to monstrous offensive linemen Logan Head, Will Aitken, Cameron Istace, Uz and Dayton Rogers consistently marching the ball down field. Touchdowns were scored by Vincent Braunaur, Austin Wegener and Jaxon Visser, who played his best game yet. Visser rushed, bobbing and weaving, for over 150 yards.
PeeWee Blue Chilliwack Pee Wee Blue Giants won their first game of the season 19-6 on Saturday against the Langley Bears. Chilliwack's defence was smothering, led by Kurtis Flynn with an interception returned for a touchdown. Corey Lamb, Jayden Okoth, and Connor Rushlow were also huge factors on the Giants defence. Chilliwack's offence moved the ball well and looked in synch for the first time this season. Kaleb Reemeyer had a huge run from the wideout position and took the ball forty yards on a reverse. Pee Wee Blue has another tough test this Saturday against a tough Abbotsford squad.
PeeWee Red Chilliwack's PeeWee Red Giants were blanked 35-0 by the undefeated Mission Niners Saturday. Right from the start, Mission used superior speed and size to gain the upper hand against the Reds. Despite the lopsided defeat, safeties Rhys Jones and Dylan Hawkins and defensive end Dylan Myers turned in standout performances during the game.
Junior Bantam An injury-plagued Junior Bantam Giants squad fell 40-0 to the Langley Bears Friday Night. Having lost their starting quarterback and both starting slot backs-who also fill key positions on the defence-the Giants had a tough time putting
together any offence or significant defence against this well-prepared Bears. Despite the big loss, however, Austin Kardux, Helaman Ochoa, Kalum MacPherson,Jaiden Klassen, Noah Wyles and Hudson Harvey put in gutsy performances on both sides of the ball, rarely seeing the sidelines all game.
Bantams Chilliwack's Bantam Giants lost a close 15-7 contest to the North Delta Longhorns in front of full stands at Townsend Park Saturday. North Delta struck first with a missed field goal going out of the end zone. The Giants would answer back early in the second quarter with a 40-yard reception from quarterback Gabe Olivares to Trey Isaac that set up a oneyard touchdown run by Olivares. The game was a defensive battle, and the Giants put in a solid team effort. Offensively the Chilliwack squad moved the ball but struggled on special teams, allowing two touchdowns on punt return. Despite injuries and a 0-4 record on the season, the Giants team in coming together. Their next game is Sept. 29 in Nanaimo.
Midgets Midget Giants fell 24-14 to the Cowichan Bulldogs Saturday afternoon, dropping their record to a disappointing 1-3 on the season.
Touchdowns were scored by Brandon Tooke on an 80-yard interception return, and by Thijs Duineveld on a two-yard hitch.
Next up is a home date with the Coquitlam Falcons, when the Midgets will look to get their season back on track.
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