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Roadrunners no match for Stafford

H.D. Stafford’s Mack Berry stiff-arms a Mission Roadrunners opponent as he crosses the goal-line during the Skyhawks’ 32-0 victory on Monday. The win improved the Grade 8 football team to 3-2 heading into next week’s regular season finale. Stafford has already qualified for the post-season. - Gary Ahuja/Langley Times
H.D. Stafford’s Mack Berry stiff-arms a Mission Roadrunners opponent as he crosses the goal-line during the Skyhawks’ 32-0 victory on Monday. The win improved the Grade 8 football team to 3-2 heading into next week’s regular season finale. Stafford has already qualified for the post-season.
— image credit: Gary Ahuja/Langley Times

The H.D. Stafford Skyhaws improved to 3-1 with a 32-0 victory over the Mission Roadrunners on Oct. 29.

The victory, Stafford's second straight,  improved the Grade 8 football team to 3-1 heading into their regular season finale on Nov. 5 against another 3-1 team, Abbotsford's Eugene Reimer Ravens.

Both have qualified for the playoffs, but are battling for third spot in the AA Conference.

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