- BC Games
Horan plays hero as atom Broncos beat Colts 22-16
With the outcome of the game on the line, Langley Broncos’ Kaycen Horan came up with a game-saving quarterback sack, forcing a fumble and recovering the ball in the final minute to secure a 22-16 victory over the Cloverdale Lions.
The atom football teams were playing at Cloverdale Athletic Park on Sunday.
The offence came from Joran Tomica, Quinton Steinmann and Vaughn Pinchin, who all rushed for touchdowns.
The offensive line — Noah Look, Ethan Sledding, Aidan Foster, Ashton Seibel and Horan — were solid in opening up blocks for the running game. Cody Oliver also had a solid game.
The Langley Outlaws fell 31-16 to the Westside Warriors in junior bantam football at Vancouver’s Carnarvon Park.
Jacob Gelic threw a touchdown pass to Connor Desnoyers — with Stryker Roloff adding a conversion — to give Langley a brief 8-6 lead. But the Warriors responded with two touchdowns to lead 20-8 at the half.
The second half started off with some promise for the Outlaws as Gelic took the kick-off 60 yards for the touchdown. Another convert from Roloff made the score 20-16 but that was it for the Outlaws offence.
The defence was led by Adam Rodenstein, who had an interception, while Tyson Tombe had a quarterback sack. Tyson Bright also had a tackle for a loss.
Brendan Anderlini, Devon Laboucan, Joe Nickel and Thomas Maki also had strong games on the defensive side of the ball.