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Langley Broncos, Cowboys fall

Langley Outlaws’ Jacob Jelic hauls in a pass against the Vancouver Trojans during junior bantam football at McLeod Athletic Park on Sunday. The Outlaws won 34-0 and head into the playoffs this weekend. - Miranda Gathercole/Langley Times
Langley Outlaws’ Jacob Jelic hauls in a pass against the Vancouver Trojans during junior bantam football at McLeod Athletic Park on Sunday. The Outlaws won 34-0 and head into the playoffs this weekend.
— image credit: Miranda Gathercole/Langley Times

The Langley Broncos could not build on an early lead, surrendering a pair of second-half touchdowns in a 20-14 loss the Westside Warriors in atom football action.

AJ Steinmann scored on a pair of long touchdown runs, finding the end zone from 48 and 55 yards, respectively. Brandon Folkerts played a key role in both runs with some great blocking.

Kaycen Horan and Taeo Reeves had strong games for the defence with some timely tackles.

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The Langley Cowboys fell 22-0 to the White Rock South Surrey Titans in peewee football.

The score was just 8-0 at the half, but the Titans kept the Cowboys offence on the sidelines for much of the second half and added a pair of touchdowns.

Stryker Roloff led the defence with a dozen tackles while Liam Jeffries delivered 10 tackles.

Tyson Bright and Tyson Tombe had six tackles apiece while Wesley Begg brought down four Titans ball carriers.

Langley’s ground game — led by the trio of Nico Gerussi, Thomas-Jay Fujimura and Anthony Gent —  had its moments, but could not sustain any drives which resulted in points.

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