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Bears edge Knights

Adrian Clements made plays on both side of the ball which proved to be huge for the North Langley Bears bantam football team.

Clements caught a two-point conversion attempt from quarterback Braeden Pritchard.

The Bears led 17-14 late in their game on Saturday against the Meadow Ridge Knights, but the Knights were driving for the go-ahed score until Clements picked off a pass to preserve the victory.

North Langley’s points came from touchdown catches from both Michael Chan and Damon Vassos, a a safety from the defence and a convert from Cameron Sparkes.

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