Varsity Vikes vs KRSS Roadrunners  The KRSS Roadrunners sustained numerous injuries; mostly in the second half;  and had to forfeit the game because they didn’t have enough players to continue.  The NVSS Senior Vikes were leading 13 to 12 at that time.   In the photo:  #77 Sterling Cardinal of KRSS has an ankle hold on Vikes #32 TJ who has the ball and is falling forward over the goal line; that can be seen at bottom center   of photo; for a TD.  #16 Ryan Weisgerber KRSS is trying to stop TJ; with Vikes #7 Kaston McKee watching.

NVSS football

Though they played a combined team of 20 players including four players that play varsity these young gentlemen still held their heads high

Atom Division

Score: PG-Green – 18, Vanderhoof – 12.

Defensive player of the game:

#22 – Bridger Jensen.

Offensive player of the game:

#55 – Taedyn Jacobsen.

 

 

Pee Wee Division

Score: Vikings 49 – Axemen 0

Defensive player of the game:

#80 – Booker Daniel.

Offensive player of the game:

#44 – Coleson Jensen.

MVP: #88 – Cohen Thiessen

 

 

Junior Bantam Division

Score PG 46 VHoof 20

Offensive player of the game:

#25 – Hunter Brophy 18 pts (3 Tds )

Defensive player of the game:

Dawson Currie 1 interception and 5 safety tackles ( awesome )

The game was played with 14 players due to two injuries and by the 4th quarter they were down to nine healthy players and one injured player just to give the nine on the field a rest.

Though they played a combined team of 20 players including four players that play varsity these young gentlemen still held their heads high and had a smile at the end of the game. They play this game for the love of the sport not just the win. The parents of these young men should be very proud of their boys.

Coach Mike Huren said “I am so proud of these young men, they have made me enjoy coaching again”.

“Every player on this team is the MVP the only hope is that the team is healthy enough for the next game so they can go have some more fun”.

 

 

Junior Varsity

Score was Condors 30 Vhf 0

They played better than the score says. The Condors  were up 58-0 against Kelly Road at half last weeks game. They are a good team.

Score was 30-0. Ouch. We played a real good second half with them they only got a field goal on the last play.

Offensive player of the game:

#42  Dakota Clapperton.

Defensive player of the game:

#18 Connor Arnason.

 

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