Chilliwack Red Giant Zach Talvio is sandwiched between Abbotsford’s Elijah Hildebrandt and Cole Shanks during an atom division Valley Community Football League game. Quarterback Hadley Downey scored Chilliwack’s lone major in a loss

Minor football report: Atom smash sees white beat blue

Chilliwack's Blue Giants pitched a shutout against their White Giant counterparts, winning 14-0 at Townsend Park.

An all-local atom football fight saw Chilliwack’s White Giants top the Blue Giants 14-0 last Friday at Townsend Park.

Charlie Larson scored the first White Giants major, ripping off a long touchdown run.

Big blocks by Dominique Harrison and Judah Lueck created space for White Giants quarterback Alex Cayer to sneak into the endzone with the second score.

The suffocating White Giant defence was led by Lincoln Boyd and Isaiah Tolmie, with Camden Norman adding a TD-saving special teams tackle.

On the Blue Giants side, tailback Kaein Jenner and fullback Noah Johnson had strong games, with Jaxon Blakeborough and Rylan Parks splitting QB duties.

Defensively, Lawson Dades and Josie Hagel both had fumble recoveries.

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An all-local peewee clash saw Chilliwack’s Blue Giants blank the Red Giants 15-0 in minor football action last weekend.

Pierson Capstick led the victors with two rushing touchdowns.

He was a defensive force as well, adding two quarterback sacks and a fumble recovery.

Vincent Branauer and Adrian Gilbert were disruptive on D, recording several sacks each. Tyler Kelly, Talon Fischer and Wyatt Stobbs bottled up the Red Giant ground game

Kelly also had a long interception return.

Blue Giant QB Lucas Feaver completed more than 50 percent of his pass attempts, working behind offensive linemen Tyler Bergin, Jack Bowman and Evan Butler.

Feaver’s favorite target was slotback Braedon Macdonald.

The Blue Giants travel to Abbotsford next week to take on the Black Falcons.



Chilliwack’s peewee Red Giants faced an undefeated Abbotsford Falcons squad and suffered a 49-0 defeat.

Brayden Fraser was a two-way star.

Deaglan Perry was a tackling machine and Tyler McCartney was a force on the defensive line.

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