North Langley Kodiaks break through Spartans defense

The Langley team will now battle the North Surrey bears for Midget Provincial supremacy.

On a sunny Saturday afternoon on Nov. 18 at MacLeod Athletic Park, the North Langley Kodiaks hosted the Victoria Spartans with a berth to the BCCFA Provincial Championships on the line.

Both teams’ defence came to play early with the Kodiaks getting key quarterback sacks by Mason Block and Eric Bouma. The first quarter ended with no score on the board.

During the second quarter the Kodiaks’ Darius Penner rushed for another quarterback sack resulting in a two point safety. To rub salt in the wound, Luke Chalk ran the ensuing Spartan kick off back for a touchdown. Charlie May kicked the convert and the Kodiaks took a 9-0 lead. May would later add a 42 yard field goal to bump the score to 12-0.

The third quarter was dominated again by both defenses with Mason Block leading the way for the Kodiaks with another quarterback sack.

The final quarter saw the Kodiaks pull away for good as their offense finally broke through the stubborn Spartan defense, with Austin Balzer running a quarterback sneak for a touchdown and Drey Blair adding another touchdown to seal the deal, finishing the game with a final score of 26-0.

The Kodiaks will battle the North Surrey Bears for the 12 man Midget Provincial title in two weeks on Dec 3rd at Percy Perry Stadium in Coquitlam.

Just Posted

Langley twins sell out sixth cancer fundraising concert

This Saturday’s Gone Country - Here for the Cure is a multi-artist show raising money for the cause.

Langley man fights for his life against flesh eating disease

The rare infection has landed Rob Erke in hospital since July 7.

Aldergrove Food Bank leader ‘retires’

Darlene Isaak has a ‘legacy written in the hearts and bellies of the vulnerable’

Junior cadets get glimpse of RCMP life in Langley

The annual summer event saw kids learn about policing.

GranFondo riders to rally in Langley Sunday

The massive bike ride will send 1,400 cyclists through the Fraser Valley.

VIDEO: Plant lovers helped raise more than $2,000 for charity

A Langley nursery opened up their private gardens for the 17th year in a row.

Hub for mental health and addictions treatment opens at B.C. hospital

St. Paul’s Hospital HUB is an acute medical unit that includes 10 patient beds

Restaurant Brands International to review policy over poaching employees

One of Canada’s largest fast-food company to review ‘no-poach’ franchise agreements

Calgary family’s vacation ends in tragedy on Texas highway

Three people died and four others were injured in the crash

Union construction cost competitive, B.C. Building Trades say

Non-union firms can bid on infrastructure, but employees have to join international unions

Trudeau to shuffle cabinet ahead of Liberals’ team for 2019

Trudeau could lighten the work loads of cabinet ministers who currently oversee more than one portfolio

Car calls 911 on possible impaired B.C. driver

A luxury car automatically calls Princeton police to scene of crash involving alcohol

BC Games marks 40 years in 2018

Cowichan Games a milestone for BC Games Society

VIDEO: Life’s a beach at this B.C. sand sculpting contest

More than $50,000 was up for grabs at the annual contest held in Parksville

Most Read