Sardis clobbers Cougars in season finale

The Sardis Falcons bombed their overwhelmed Enver Creek opponents Wednesday afternoon to finish an unbeaten regular season.

The Sardis Falcons capped an unbeaten girls rugby season with a 60-0 win over the Enver Creek Cougars Wednesday afternoon. Karaline Heibner led the attack with a grand slam of tries, finding pay-dirt four times.

Jessica Fader and Danika Elias had two tries apiece with Julianna Tuioti and Romi Jager adding singles. Sierra Hunter booted five converts to round out the scoring.

Tianna Duval, Natalie Creyke, Tyra Phillips and Sam Gaulthier were strong at forward, with  Jacinta Hurley and Kennedy Hunter leading the backs.

The locals get a massive test Tuesday when an American squad invades the Yarrow Sportsfield.

Sardis will host the Fullerton Lady Lions, who are the defending U-S division two national champions.

Kick off is at 4 p.m.

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