North Langley Bears topple Giants 38-21

Pablo Wigwigan rushes for three touchdowns as junior bantam Bears beat Chilliwack

North Langley Bears' Caleb Nielsen breaks a Chilliwack tackle during junior bantam football at McLeod Park on Saturday.

The junior bantam North Langley Bears topped the Chilliwack Giants 38-21 in a highly entertaining game Saturday afternoon at McLeod Athletic Park in Langley.

Both offenses were able to move the ball but the North Langley running attack proved nearly unstoppable due to a dominant performance by the Bears offensive line.  Pablo Wigwigan was the Bears main offensive weapon running for 225 yards and three touchdowns.

Connor Hurley also scored twice on the ground with Caleb Nielson running for the fifth Bears touchdown.

An opportunistic Bears defense forced five Chilliwack turnovers making it difficult for the Giants to sustain much momentum on offense.

Hurley led the way picking off two Giants passes and recovering a fumble, while Damon Limoges and Ryan Taylor also recovered fumbles for the Bears.


The atom North Langley Bears played their best game of the season in defeating the Chilliwack Giants 46-22 on Saturday.

The game was played at McLeod Athletic Park.

Both teams offences started strong  resulting in a score of 16-8 for the Bears before the end of the first quarter.

Matthew Gale and Koan Zeiger each rushed for three touchdowns for the Bears while Owen Sieben contributed some impressive gains on the ground.

On defence there were some big tackles by Semir Hasic, Juan Desjarlais and Jacob Deibert.

The victory over the Giants put the Atom Bears 3-0 on the season.

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