TERRY FOX 29 at CENTENNIAL 7
COQUITLAM — Ethan Elliott returned an interception 52 yards for a score, and teammate Zach Kristmanson did the same from 60 yards out, both in the fourth quarter, as Terry Fox (2-5) won the Coquitlam Cup with a rip-snortin’ defensive effort against its crosstown rivals, the Centennial Centaurs (0-7).
“We played a complete game tonight and it was really great for our seniors to win our crosstown rivalry game,” said Fox head coach Martin McDonnell. “This one always means a little more and our kids were ready to play tonight. We are excited to get another shot in the playoffs for sure, but we know it will be a great challenge for our team.”
The Ravens had six picks on the night, highlighted in a most uncommon way by the team’s field goal kicker.
Kyle Huish booted three through the uprights on special teams, then took his spot on defence and came away with two interceptions.
Alex Malcic had six tackles and an interception while Kristmanson also had three knockdowns.
Ravens’ quarterback Matt Lew Henrickson went 7-12 for 85 yards and Malcic also had 21-yard run for a major score.
Kayle Cowley scored the lone touchdown for the Centaurs on a 65-yard reception which eventually put them ahead 7-6 in the second quarter.
Brandon Wong with seven tackles and Zach Wawryk with six led the Centennial defence.
Cole Kashino carried 12 times for 43 yards, while also returning five kick-offs for 84 yards.
Courtesy of Howard Tsumura and www.VarstiyLetters.ca
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