Kodiaks quarterback Nicolas Nica.

North Langley Football squads in action

Bantam, Nov. 20

The Bantam Langley Bears suffered their first loss of the season, 33-10, in the final regular season game against the Surrey Tigers on a wet day in Surrey. The Bears ended the regular season with a 9-1 record.

David WEGERT kicked a 30-yard field goal early in the game and Michael HUGGAN caught a long pass from Isaiah KEY to score the lone Bears touchdown early in the second half to bring the Bears within four points of the Tigers.

The defense had a good game but some untimely penalties, turnovers and big passing plays from the Tigers cost the Bears the win.

The Bears will regroup this week in preparation for the first round of the playoffs against the Maple Ridge Knights at MacLeod stadium in Langley.





PHOTO Drey Blair worked hard on the field despite the weather. (North Langley Football photo)


North Langley Midget Kodiaks defeated the North Surrey Bears 17-7 clinching their spot in the Provincial Championships on Dec 4.

In the first quarter, Isaiah Okoli made a 40-plus yard return on a pass. Charlie May kicked a field goal from the Bears 30 yard line. The quarter finished 3-0 for the Kodiaks.

On third down, Ryan Barthelson caught a pass for a first down. The second quarter also featured Daniel Evanow tackling the QB leaving the Bears with 2nd and 5.

Nicholas Nica passed to # 1 Drey Blair at the Kodiaks 35 yard line and he ran it to the Bears end zone for a touch down in the third quarter. May kicked the convert and the Kodiaks were up 10 to 7.

But the Bears QB tackled by Drey Blair.

A 25-yard punt was returned by Barthelson.

Nica passed to Blair at the Kodiak 45 and he ran it to the Bears end zone for the second Kodiak touch down (about a 65-yard run).  With the convert good, the Kodiaks score was 17 against the Bears 7.

Daniel Evanow tackled the bear player for a loss of 8 yards by the Bears.

Curtis Federau sacked the QB on Bears 2nd down resulting in 3rd down.

PHOTO: Support: North Langley Football showed support for the fight against cancer and sported pink socks as a breast cancer fundraiser. Recently the group made a donation to the Canadian Breast Cancer Foundation.

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