VIDEO: Langley beats Valley Huskers 42-9 in Chilliwack

The Rams doubled their 17-point first-half lead in an offensive third quarter

The Langley Rams widened their 17 point first-half lead to beat Chilliwack’s Valley Huskers football team 42-9 on Saturday night at Exhibition Stadium.

Despite that halftime margin in Langley’s favour the first two quarters had a few twists and turns that had Huskers fans holding their breath—like the successful onside punt return decision that was reversed by referees.

Another was the interception by Rams player Kyle Clarot in his own end zone to end a late-half drive by the Huskers who were riding some offensive momentum.

The 1-1 Valley Huskers host the Okanagan Sun (1-0-1) next Saturday, Aug. 18 at 7 p.m. while Langley will head to Caledonia Park to take on the V.I. Raiders at 2:30 p.m. on the same day.

 

Valley Huskers head coach Bob Reist shares his displeasure with a ref after the reversal of an onside punt decision at Saturday’s game.

Dawson Davis (14 total tackles and assists) takes down Jevon Cottoy in the first half of Saturday’s match up. Davis was a key defensive presence in the Huskers’ line up.

Keegan Vicklund takes a handoff from Valley Huskers quarterback Julian Wytinck. Vicklund had 10 carries for 36 yards on Saturday.

The Valley Huskers defence literally swarms Jevon Cottoy who caught seven balls for 113 yards and three touchdowns on Saturday night.

QB Julian Wytinck completed 15 of his 38 attempts for 275 yards on Saturday. His single touchdown throw was accompanied by two interceptions over the night.

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