The Langley Mustangs moved the ball up and down the field, rolling to a convincing 34-14 win over the North Delta Longhorns in bantam football at McLeod Athletic Park on Sunday.
The offensive line of Zach Rohan, Evan Love, Erin McBride and Nathan and Tyson Bright helped give the running game plenty of holes to move the ball.
Quarterback Stuart Phillips threw for more than 100 yards and a score as well as rushing for a touchdown himself.
Kai Thomas had 157 combined yards and two scores while Strkyer Roloff (50 yards) and Nick Murray (41 yards) each found the end zone once. Brodie Thomas and Josh Baba each had 58 yards rushing.
The Mustangs defence swarmed the Rams all game with textbook tackling and aggressive play.
Roloff led the way with 11 tackles, three quarterback sacks and an interception while Nic Klotz had six tackles and a fumble recovery.
Thomas (seven tackles), Love (six tackles, two sacks), Tyson Bright (five tackles, one sack), Matt Lew (four tackles), Baba (four tackles), McBride (three tackles), Hayden Horan (one tackle) and Quinton Van Muen (one tackle) also had solid games.
The rain held off on Sunday, but that didn’t stop the Langley Stampeders from pouring it on against the Victoria Spartans.
The midget football team dominated the Spartans in all facets of the game, rolling to a convincing 49-21 victory on Sunday at McLeod Athletic Park. They finished the regular season a perfect 10-0.
Seven different players scored touchdowns for the Stampeders as quarterback Devante Wilson threw three TD passes (Victor Belanger, Connor Johnston and Justin Swartz) while Owen Jenkins, Sheldon Gangloff and Azuka Okoli scored along the ground. Nathan Murray also returned a Victoria punt for a major.
Nick Thomas, Owen Jenkins and Kai Sommerville led the Langley defence.
The Stamps offensive line also had a strong game.
Langley, the top seed, will host No. 4 Victoria in the league semifinals on Nov. 20 at McLeod Athletic Park.