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Mustangs find their stride

The Langley Mustangs defeated the Meadow Ridge Knights 54-19 last Saturday in VMFL Bantam action.  Led by Quarterback Stephen Legare and a dominating offensive line with Dalton Dietrich, Scott Tolnay, Nic Kravitz, Jacob Wall, Jacob Cook, Connor Griffiths and Nathon Lonn the Mustangs have been averaging over 30 pts a game this season.   They will be put to the test this weekend as the face the undefeated Cowichan Bulldogs in a 10 am start this Sunday at Mcleod Athletic Park in Langley. - Ed Anderson
The Langley Mustangs defeated the Meadow Ridge Knights 54-19 last Saturday in VMFL Bantam action. Led by Quarterback Stephen Legare and a dominating offensive line with Dalton Dietrich, Scott Tolnay, Nic Kravitz, Jacob Wall, Jacob Cook, Connor Griffiths and Nathon Lonn the Mustangs have been averaging over 30 pts a game this season. They will be put to the test this weekend as the face the undefeated Cowichan Bulldogs in a 10 am start this Sunday at Mcleod Athletic Park in Langley.
— image credit: Ed Anderson

The Langley Mustangs hammered the Meadow Ridge Knights 54-19 in bantam football on Sunday at McLeod Park.

The offensive line of Dalton Dietrich, Scott Tolnay, Nic Kravitz, Jacob Wall, Jacob Cook, Connor Griffiths and Nathan Lonn, gave quarterback Stephen Legare plenty of time to run the offence as the Mustangs nearly doubled their 30-points per game average.

The win improved Langley to 5-4 heading into the regular season finale this weekend.

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