9’ers peewee squad stands tall vs. Giants

Local football squad flexes their defensive muscles

Cole Dorwart (12) of the Mission 9’ers junior bantam squad ran for a touchdown

The Mission 9’ers peewee football squad flexed their defensive muscles last Saturday, shutting out the Chilliwack Giants 35-0.

The peewee 9’ers got touchdowns from Tyson Black, Riley Mills and Carl von Einseidel, and the defence played exceptionally well in the victory.

In other community football action, the 9’ers atoms fell 32-18 to the Chilliwack Giants White squad, while the junior bantams dropped a 39-14 decision to the Abbotsford Falcons Black.

Nathan McMahon and Ben Hawes scored TDs for the atoms, while other standouts included Nico Medd, Mathew Bazinet and Colby Woods.

The junior bantams’ touchdowns came from Cole Dorwart and Blake Rabineau, and Josh Aikens and Casandra Vucko also turned in terrific performances.

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