Bantam Blue Giants ground Abbotsford Falcons

The Chilliwack Bantam Blue Giants traveled to Abbotsford this past weekend to take on their historic rivals, the Falcons.

The Chilliwack Bantam Blue Giants traveled to Abbotsford this past weekend to take on their historic rivals, the Falcons.  Unfortunately for the Falcons the Giants easily won 37-0, dominating all aspects of the game.

Scoring majors for the Giants were: Jake Creasy, Connor Herrmann, Josh Pretty and Filip Horak as the Giants ran over, ran through and ran around the Falcons.

Kirkland Kennedy also contributed as he threw a perfect strike to Creasy on a 40-yard touchdown completion.

Defensively the Giants allowed their opponents three first downs for the entire game.

Standouts on defense included: Tanner Scott, Colby Tinney, Matt Froese and Colton Derouin.  The Giants pressured the Falcons all day and had four defense take aways. Scott had an interception and fumble recovery and Darius Commodore intercepted a Falcon ball and raced 50 yards before finally being hauled down.

The Giants are preparing for this weekend’s opponent as the Meadow Ridge Knights invade Townsend Park.

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