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NVSS football for September 15

Nechako Valley Secondary School football was on Saturday September 15 in Vanderhoof.

Atoms Div.

Coach: Mike Hurren.

Assistants: Bo Jacobsen, Kaelen Gulbranson

Score – Vikings 12 – PG Black Panthers 0

Offensive Player of the Game: #60 Kayden Young (2 Touchdowns)

Defensive Player of the Game: #50 Ethan Wheeler


Pee Wee Div.

Coach: Larry Bradley


Currently Open

Score – Vikings 37 – PG No Namer’s 0

Offensive Player of the Game: #88 Cohen Thiessen ( The Beast – 3 Touchdowns)

Defensive Player of the Game: #34 Dylan Boon


Junior Bantam Div.

Coach: Ed Rodriguez


Phil Turgeon

Score – Vikings 32 – PG Axmen 7

Offensive Player of the Game: #25 Hunter Brophy ( 2 Touchdowns & Safety )

Defensive Player of the Game: #12 Steven Williams ( 1 touchdown, multiple hits )


Jr. Varsity – High school  Thursday September 13th

Coach: Russ Jensen

Assistant: Phil Turgeon

Score – Vikings 0 – PGSS Polars 22

Offensive Player of the Game: Wyatt Giesbrecht

Defensive Player of the Game: Ethan Gulbranson


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