Giants earn revenge with shutout win over Mission

Two junior bantam games between Mission and Chilliwack have seen a combined 16 points scored.

Chilliwack’s junior bantam Giants exacted revenge on the Mission 9ers last weekend, winning 6-0.

The 9ers handed Chilliwack an 8-2 loss two weeks ago, and the stifling defence carried over to the rematch. Giants fullback Hudson Harvey scored the game’s only points midway through the third quarter, bulling over from the one yard line.

Chilliwack’s offensive line was good all game, led by guards Greg Roberts, Cody Goertzen and Ethan Paisley.

Jackson Kinneman and Nate McInnis were defensive leaders.


— The peewee Red Giants improved to 5-0 and swept the season series with the Abbotsford Falcons, winning 20-12.

Strong play by center Logan Head and bullish blocking by Josh Baird, Dayton Roger and Austin Wegener paved the way for touchdown runs by Travis Richley and Logan Buchwitz.

Paris and Raiden Mastin were defensive terrors, with Daniel King recording several quarterback sacks.

Baird produced on special teams, kicking his first covert.


— The Friday Night Football clash saw the atom White Giants topple the Blue Giants 20-12.

In a losing effort, Tyler Kelly had the play of the game, taking a kickoff to the house for one of the Blue Giant majors.

The other Blue TD came from running back Carter Dallas, who scored once and picked up big yards behind the blocking of Joseph Salas and Mitchell Price.

Wyatt Stobbs made some touchdown-saving tackles in the open field.

Aiden Parks and Lucas Pollard played great games at cornerback.


— The atom Red Giants played their hearts out, but fell 33-18 to Mission.

Deaglan Perry had two first half touchdowns for the locals, who got stellar defensive work from lineman Tijanni Saad-Deen and defensive back Caleb Moore.


— The bantam Giants started slow and never fully recovered, falling 35-7 to Langley.

Tynan Ackah-Sanzah was the offensive leader, but the only Giant touchdown came on special teams. Ryan Clayton blocked a Langley punt and Jeremiah Rapado ran it back for the major.

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