Sparvier’s arm stops Seaquam’s Seahawks

Terrell Sparvier quarterbacked his GW Graham varsity Grizzlies to a home-field win over the Delta visitors last Friday night.

GW Graham’s varsity football squad improved to 2-1 with a resounding win over North Delta’s Seaquam Seahawks.

Playing Friday night under the lights at Exhibition Stadium, the Grizzlies beat the visitors 33-13.

Quarterback Terrell Sparvier led the way with a near-flawless game.

Sparvier completed 11 of 13 passes for 221 yards, including touchdown tosses to Treyvon Walsh and Ryan Connolly.

His numbers calculate to a 158.3 quarterback rating, the highest possible.

Walsh made the most of six catches, rolling up 135 yards.

Running back Brett Westad added to the attack with his third straight 100-yard game. Westad carried 19 times for 124 yards and two majors. Alex Bannerman added 50 yards on four carries.

Bannerman led the tenacious Grizzly defence as well, recording four and a half tackles.

Defensive end Jordan Lecher had three and a half tackles, two quarterback sacks and a knockdown.

Linebacker Cainen Bergh forced a fumble and had a 32 yard interception return.

His Grizzlies are on the road this week, traveling to Pitt Meadows for a Friday night matchup.

GWG comes into that game ranked fifth in the province. The Marauders are right behind in sixth.

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