Raiders youth football teams busy

Three squads on the road this weekend for Week 5 action

 

 

 

Bill Moore Memorial Park was the place to be for football fans on Sunday, Sept. 22 as all four Comox Valley Raiders Youth Football teams were in Week 4 action.

The PeeWee Raiders were defeated by one point in a evenly contested game with Parksville. The Raider Junior Bantams were able to stay close in a back-and-forth game with Oceanside, with the final score 42-32 for Parksville.

The Bantam Raiders couldn’t match the intensity and teamwork of the South Delta Rams, losing 29-6. The Raiders Midgets were crushed 61-0 by the Langley Stampeders.

Week 5 action has three Raiders teams on the road. On Sept. 28 the PeeWees are off to Nanaimo where they play Harewood at John Barsby School in an 11 a.m. start.

The Raiders Bantams travel to the Lower Mainland for a 2 p.m. tilt with the North Delta Longhorn Bantams at John Oliver Park followed by the Midget Raiders taking on North Delta Longhorns with a 4 p.m. kickoff at John Oliver Park.

The Junior Bantams have a bye.

 

– Comox Valley Raiders Youth Football

 

 

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