Jiovanni St. Germain brings down a Mission Niner during a peewee game last weekend in Mission. In week two of the minor football season, St. Germain’s Chilliwack White Giants crushed the Niners 27-6. (Submitted photo)

Atom Chilliwack Giants stomp Mission Niners in minor football opener

Week two action also saw Chilliwack’s junior bantam Giants record another one-sided win.

Chilliwack’s atom Red Giants started their season in style, bombing Mission 34-7 last weekend.

Kingston Moran opened the scoring with a long touchdown run. Parker Grant found the endzone three times and Peter Froese had a major.

Offensive linemen Dawson Holdridge, Owen Franklin, Wyatt Knoke and Carson Andres paved the way for the Chilliwack ground game.

Ryland Carey, Myles Baker and Carson Breland were defensive standouts.


Yapo Conteh’s four touchdown day led the junior bantam Giants to another one-sided win as they whomped the Meadow Ridge Knights 35-14.

Carter Dallas caught a touchdown toss from quarterback Aidan Hewitt and Charlie Larson added a pair of two point converts as the Giants rolled up 435 yards of total offence.

Dallas was a force on the defensive side as well with eight tackles and an interception.

Talon Fischer had five solo tackles in the first half alone before an injury forced him out of the game.

Christian Beck had five tackles on defence and a fumble recovery on special teams. Kaein Jenner provided great kicking.

Noah Sandau was Chilliwack’s blocker of the game.


Chilliwack’s peewee teams had mixed results in week two.

The White Giants hit the road, earning a 27-6 win over the Mission Niners.

The locals got off to a huge start on the first play of the game. Judah Lueck, Rylan Janke and Pierce Newbery threw key blocks, springing Isaiah Tolmie for a 77 yard TD run.

Rookie receiver Austin Bennett added a major on a 62 yard rush and Ridley Mastin rambled in from 57 yards out. Mastin scored his second TD of the day in the fourth quarter.

Corbin Holdridge found the endzone on a convert run.

Mission didn’t score until the last play of the game, chased all over the field by a fierce Chilliwack D. Ben Mckay produced two quarterback sacks and the Giants got great play from Brandon Davies, James Elliott, Drake Rae and Liam Sterling.


The peewee Blue Giants opened their season at home, hosting the Abbotsford Black Falcons.

In a game that saw several lead changes, Chilliwack fell 44-20.

Caleb Friesen took the opening kickoff back 75 yards for a TD, and he ran another back later in the game. Friesen added a rushing touchdown as well.

Offensive linemen Jake Pronick, Austin MacDonald and Lincoln Slykhuis gave QB Rylan Parks time to complete passes to Ben Graff, Evan Fawcett and Dustin Weisbrod.

Linebacker Denver Adam was a standout on defence with eight tackles.

Defensive ends Analia Alton and Andre Barbon were quick off the ball, finding their way into the Abbotsford backfield on nearly every play.

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