The Langley Outlaws grounded the North Surrey Falcons 43-20 in junior bantam action at McLeod Athletic Park on Sunday.
After an early defensive struggle as neither team allowed the opposing offence much success, the Outlaws broke through with quarterback Jacob Jelic finding the end zone for the game’s first touchdown.
Langley’s offensive line — Mateo Ciampellitti, Tyson Tombe, Joe Nickel, Devon Laboucan and Stryker Roloff — then found some success in opening up the running holes for the team’s running backs.
Adam Rodenstein added two rushing touchdowns, as well as a 40-yard punt return for a touchdown to finish the game with three scores.
Jelic also found the end zone with his second rushing touchdown.
The team’s other touchdown came on a 20-yard run from Conner Desnoyers.
The defence also had a big game for the Outlaws as Brendan Anderlini, Nickel, Tombe, Desnoyers all had tackles for losses.
Nick McCrory, Kody Brooks, Laboucan, Tombe and Nickel delivered solid performances along the defensive line.
Nickel and Roloff also came up with blocks on two Falcons convert attempts.