Bantam Bears bounce Redmen, earn playoff date

The North Langley Bears are bound for the post-season.

The bantam football team pounded the Nanaimo Redmen 37-0 to improve their record to 5-5 and qualify for the Valley Community Football League.

The game was on Saturday in Nanaimo.

Cameron Sparkes got the Bears on the board when he tackled a Nanaimo ball carrier in the end zone for a safety.

From there, the offence took over.

Brandon Sang rushed for a pair of touchdowns while David Nathan added another along the ground.

Nathan’s score came from short yardage after Michael Chan ran back an interception the one-yard line.

The Bears also scored two touchdowns through the air.

On the first, quarterback Braeden Pritchard connected with Adrian Clements on a 30-yard pass, with Clements then running another 40 to the end zone.

The second came on a trick play with David Fredo taking the hand-off and then connecting with Pritchard for the score.

Sparkes also got some action at quarterback, setting up a touchdown after a nice completion to Kenzie Oram.

The defence made sure the Bears got the shutout with Eric Boomars, Damon Vassos and Jason Sharp all dropping the Nanaimo quarterback.


The North Langley atom squad lost their playoff game 38-6 to Meadow Ridge Gold.

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