ALL FOUR COMOX Valley Raiders Youth Football teams are in action this weekend at Bill Moore Memorial Park.

Rough road trip for Raiders football teams

All four local squads looking to play well at home this weekend

Points were hard to come by for Comox Valley Raiders Youth Football teams as they were all on the road for  Week 8 (Oct. 19-20) action.

On Saturday the Midgets were defeated  35-0 by the host Meadow Ridge Knights. On Sunday the Bantams were trounced by the first-place Langley Mustangs 55-0 and the Junior Bantams fell 34-14 to Oceanside (Parksville).

The PeeWees came away with the only victory of the weekend, knocking off Oceanside in a hard-fought game.

For Week 9 (Oct. 25-27) all four Raiders teams are home at the friendly confines of Bill Moore Memorial Park.

Friday night under the lights the Junior Bantams host Cowichan Bulldogs with a 6:30 kick-off. Three games Sunday begin at 11 a.m. with the PeeWees taking on Ladysmith followed by the Chilliwack Giants in town to face the  Bantams at 1 p.m. and the Midgets hosting the Coquitlam Rams at 3 p.m.

 

– Comox Valley Raiders Youth Football

 

 

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