North Langley Bears ball carrier Jordan Tomica wades through the Chilliwack defense during Saturday’s Valley Community Football League semifinal game at Mcleod. Dan Ferguson Langley Times

PHOTOS: Bears versus Giants

Football semi-finals

The Valley Community Football League semi-final saw the Langley Junior Bantam Bears defeat Chilliwack Blue Giants 40-20 in football action at McLeod Saturday.

Mathieu Gale scored three touchdowns, while Braedon VanMuyen and Grayson Gehrer scored the other TD’s.

Tyson Hoy converted all five touchdowns with the two point convert kick

It was a very good offensive game by both teams in cold conditions.

The Bears are still undefeated heading to the VCFL championships on Saturday Nov 11t at 6:30 against Meadow Ridge at McLeofd Athletic Park.



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Bears Mathieu Gale heads for a touchdown. Gale scored three times in a 40 - 20 win over Chilliwack Blue in the VCFL JB semi-final game. Dan Ferguson Langley Times

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