Rams sack Kings

Langley juniors led the league with a record 46 QB regular season sacks.

The Langley Rams defence – specifically their front four – will be looking to turn up the heat on the host V.I. Raiders this Saturday.

The Rams enter the B.C. Football Conference semifinal holding the BCFC record for most sacks in a regular season (46).

Leading the way was the league leaders in sacks, Brock Gowanlock, who had 14.5 quarterback take-downs this season, just 1.5 shy of the all-time record of 16 set in 2013 by the Rams’ Evan Foster.

The Rams and the Raiders will square off at Caledonia Park in Nanaimo, with an opening kickoff of 1 p.m. on Oct. 17.

Seeing stars

The Rams’ roster includes some all-star talent.

Last week, the league announced its offensive and defensive all-stars for the 2015 regular season, presented by C & D Logistics, and Rams were on the list.

Langley’s all-stars include:

Defensive Line:

Brock Gowanlock – 17 tackles, five assists, a conference-best 14.5 sacks, one knockdown, one fumble recovery for a touchdown, and two forced fumbles.

Alex Agnoletto – Langley Rams (second consecutive year) – 30 tackles, 11 assists, four sacks, and one interception.


Brendan Desjardine – 23 tackles, 11 assists, one sack, one blocked kick, and five knockdowns

Defensive Backs:

John Beckerleg (second consecutive year) – 16 tackles, four assists, one knockdown, one forced fumble, two fumble recoveries, and one interception

Offensive line Anthony Daley

Running backs:


Nathan Lund – 74 carries, 621 yards, five majors, averaging 8.4 yards per carry.



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