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2014 Eastman Raiders Registration

Join the Raiders for what is sure to be a fantastic 2014 season. Registration for the 2014 Eastman Raiders . Regular registration has been completed – May 3.

Late registrations please

email register.eastmanraiders@gmail.com

 

Avoid disappointment, register early!

 

DON’T FORGET YOUR POST DATED CHEQUES ….

$150 –  post dated for October 1 – Volunteer Cheque – if you volunteer minimum of 3 times – your cheque will not be cashed.

$150  – post dated for October 1  – Fundraising Cheque – if min fundraising is met this cheque will not be cashed.

Costs for the 2014 season – check under the registration tab – also if you are not sure which age group your child would be playing in.

Momentum Cookies package will be ready for pick up at Registration – orders due back at the end of May at Equipment Fitting . 20 Box minimum sales per family.

PRIZES FOR TOP SELLERS !!

For anyone needing assistance to have their children participate in sport please visit KidSport Online, or fill out the 2014 KidSport Application

Bring the Noise and Cheer on our Raiders!

This past weekend our own Eastman Raiders took to the field in week 2 of the 2013 Manitoba Minor Football playoffs. The Eastman Raiders Bantam and Atom Black were once again victorious and able to make their way into week 3 of playoffs in their respective divisions. We will continue to update the scores and schedule on our site as they become available, but please visit mbmfa.com for more information. Bring the noise to the field and support our Raiders this weekend:

Nomads Gold @ Raiders Bantam
11:00 AM
Saturday, October 19, 2013

Raiders Atom Black @ Comets White
12:30 PM
Sunday, October 20, 2013

Eastman Raiders 2013 Playoff Push

Congratulations to all of the Eastman Raiders teams on a great regular season! It is now time for the playoffs, and this past weekend, our own Raiders Pee Wee, Bantam, and Atom Black teams were able to fight their way into week 2 of playoffs in their respective divisions. We will continue to update the scores and schedule on our site as they become available, but please visit mbmfa.com for more information. Come out an support our Raiders this weekend:

Broncos @ Raiders Pee Wee
11:30 AM
Saturday, October 12, 2013

Patriots @ Raiders Bantam
9:00 AM
Saturday, October 12, 2013

Raiders Atom Black @ Eagles
12:30 PM
Sunday, October 13, 2013

Welcome to the 2013 Eastman Raiders Season!

This past weekend, the Eastman Raiders played in their first games of the 2013 season. You will be able to find game summaries posted on your team page. If there is no summary on your team’s page, we have not yet received any information and it is possible that your team is still looking for a very helpful volunteer to take notes during the game. Please check with your team to see if any assistance is required so every moment of this exciting season is captured on your team’s blog!

Letkeman named to Team Canada

The All-Star list from Football Canada’s Canada Cup National Championship tournament, which was held in Moncton, NB, was released Wednesday afternoon, selecting some of the top position players from all of the competing teams in the tournament.  Amongst the names was Eastman Raiders defensive back Brock Letkeman who was the lone representative on the list from Team Manitoba.  Letkeman had a solid performance during the tournament, regularly being asked to cover some of the best receiving threats in the country and holding his own.
Players being named to the Canada Cup All-Star list get an automatic invitation to be a part of the Canadian U18 National team that will travel down to Dallas, TX in February to play against Team USA.
When Team Manitoba announced it’s final roster, which included two other Raiders players, offensive linemen Nick Bezditny and Nikolai Lipkovsky, Letkeman was named as one of the team’s Captains.

 

 

 

 

Brock Letkeman named Team MB Captain for U18

Brock Letkeman, a 3rd year Midget player (Defensive Half Back) was named as one of Team Manitoba’s captains for their U18 team. Congratulations to Nick & Nikolai for making the team!
Brock Nikolai Nick

Midget Players named to Team Manitoba

Brock Letkeman (DB), Nick Bezditny (OL) and Nikolai Lipkovsky (OL) have all made the final Team Manitoba U18 roster this year.  This is Letkeman’s 2nd straight year making the team. This was Bezditny’s first year trying out for the team.  Nikolai Lipkovsky was named to the Team Winnipeg East team last year at the U16 Red River Cup, and has been named an Alternate for the U18 Team Manitoba team that will be competing at the Canada Cup National Championship tournament this year.

June 2013

Thanks to all for the successful completion of our first fundraiser this season !! Prizes will be awarded soon for the top team sellers !

Coaches will be in contact with teams over the next few weeks.

All teams will be starting to practice soon so keep an eye on your emails for your coaches emails.

The Winner of the Draw for the free Sports U Football Camp (Primetime) was Alex Kornelson . He will be attending this weekend’s camp representing the Eastman Raiders ! Congrats Alex !!

 

 

 

 

U-18 Provincial Team Program

Football Manitoba’s Provincial Team Program is pleased to invite all football players between the ages of 16 & 17 (born in 1996 & 1997). All players must be 16 years or older in the year of Competition to compete in the Canada Cup, from July 14th – 22nd, 2013.
The  Provincial Team Program is broken into four parts: Evaluation Camp,  Blue & Gold Classic, Final Selection Camp and Football Canada Cup.
The  Provincial Team Program is a self-funded entity. Football Manitoba  absorbs the basic costs associated with the program, but the users pay  the balance. Football Manitoba does not make a profit from this  endeavor. Fundraising opportunities will be offered in order to minimize  the cost to participants.
In order to remain eligible for selection to the Provincial Team, players must participate in all phases.
Registration
For the 2013 High Performance Program, Football Manitoba has implemented online registration. To register online for the EL1TE Football Manitoba Evaluation Camp, please follow the instructions located on FootballManitoba.com.
Click here to register and for online registration instructions.
You are still able to register with cash/cheque/money order by coming to the Football Manitoba office in person no later than February 22nd, 2013. Please make out cheques to Football Manitoba. If you are a late registrant/walk-up, it is important to note that
cash will ONLY be accepted in the Football Manitoba office.
Fees for Initial ID Camps EL1TE Football Manitoba Evaluation Camp and Position Specific Camps
$150.00  per player
All payment must be received on or before February 22nd, 2013, or be subject to a late fee of $35.00. Late registrations and walk-ups will be accepted on a case by case basis.
There is a non-refundable $25.00 administration fee, and a non-refundable $20.00 fee for an Evaluation Camp practice jersey (participants own their practice jersey regardless of participation in the U18 EL1TE Football Manitoba Evaluation Camp). Partial refunds of $105.00 are available up until Friday, March 22nd, 2013. No refunds, partial or otherwise, will be processed following this date. Be aware that NSF cheques are subject to a $35.00 fee.
A deposit cheque of $150.00 is due no later than April 23rd for Phase 2 (Blue & Gold Training Camp & Classic) of the Provincial Team Program Registration. Only the cheques of those selected to participate will be cashed, all others will be destroyed.
Please note that payments of cash, cheque or money order may ONLY be submitted to Matthew Hamilton, General Manager of the U18 Provincial Team or Henryka Ostrow, Finance Manager of Football Manitoba. Please call the office to arrange for payment drop off, (204)925-5769.
Jersey Pick Up
To save confusion at the Soccer Complex, Football Manitoba has designated two dates for U18 EL1TE Football Manitoba Evaluation Camp Registrants to complete registration (check in)
and pick up their practice jerseys. You may come to 145 Pacific Ave, in the Conference Centre, on one of the following dates to complete your registration with the Football Manitoba administration:
OFFENSE: Thursday, March 21st, 6:00 pm – 8:00pm DEFENSE: Friday, March 22nd, 6:00pm – 8:00pm

Merry Christmas and Happy Holidays !!

Looking forward to a great Season in 2013. Registration for the 2013 season will be in the spring – Keep Checking back for time and dates for registration.

EQUIPMENT RETURN – AD PENNER PARK NOVEMBER 1

ALL TERMINATOR TEAMS AND OTHER PLAYERS WHO HAVE NOT YET RETURNED YOUR EQUIPMENT PLEASE RETURN WASHED JERSEYS AND PANTS WITH   PADS TAKEN OUT TO THE CLUB HOUSE ON NOVEMBER 1 – 6-7:30 . GAME JERSEYS MUST BE RETURNED AND PRACTICE JERSEYS AND BLACK SOCKS ARE YOURS TO KEEP.

PLEASE CONTACT YOUR MANAGER IF YOU STILL HAVE EQUIPMENT TO RETURN.

THANKS TO ALL FOR A GREAT SEASON. KEEP AN EYE OUT FOR REGISTRATION INFO IN THE SPRING 2013 !

 

ATOM BLACK KNOCKED OUT BY EAGLES

THE LAST GAME FOR THE EASTMAN ATOM  RAIDERS BLACK ENDS IN A LOSS. FINAL SCORE 38 – 8

GREAT SEASON BOYS !!!!

EQUIPMENT RETURN FOR PEE WEE BLACK & BANTAM & ATOM BLACK TUESDAY OCTOBER 23 FROM 6-7:30 PM AT THE CLUBHOUSE.

PLEASE RETURN TEAL SOCKS – BLACK SOCKS AND PRACTICE JERSEYS ARE YOURS TO KEEP. PLEASE WASH AND TAKE PADS AND BELTS OUT PRIOR TO RETURNING.

 

 

OCTOBER 20 EASTMAN ATOM BLACK VS.EASTSIDE EAGLES

COME OUT AND SUPPORT THE ATOM TEAM IN THE SEMI  FINAL GAME @ 11:30

WEAR YOUR TEAL AND BRING SOME NOISE !!!

 

 

PREMIER FOOTBALL FACTORY WINTER SKILLS CAMP

 

Winter Skills & Development Camp
Ages 9-13: January 2, 3 & 4
, 2013 (9:00am-12:00noon) Ages 14-18: January 2, 3 & 4, 2013 (12:30pm-3:30pm)

 

QB, DB, LB, OLine, Dline, RB & Receivers Location: Winnipeg Soccer Federation 211 Chancellor Matheson Road Winnipeg, Manitoba

ANY QUESTIONS REGARDING PREMIER FOOTBALL FACTORY
PLEASE CONTACT DAVE DONALDSON AT 204-283-4736

EQUIPMENT RETURN FOR PEE WEE BLACK & BANTAM TEAM @ CLUBHOUSE 

 TUESDAY OCTOBER 23  6-7:30 pm

 

 

 

 

QUARTER FINAL RESULTS – OCTOBER 6 & 7 2012

Week 9  

Saturday, October 6th Quarterfinals

Bantam: Raiders 39 Transcona (Grey) 16

Atom: Raiders (Black) 42 Charleswoood 12

Atom: Transcona (Maroon) 37 Raiders (Teal) 7

Sunday, October 7th Quarterfinals

Pee Wee: Raiders (Black) 32 St. Vital (Black) 6

Monday, October 8th Midget: Raiders vs Greendell Falcons @ Winnipeg, 12:30 p.m

RAIDERS 39 – NATIONALS 16

A snow covered field and a game time temperature of minus three would not slow down a potent Eastman offence who would put up some quick scores and never look back. With 174 yards in the air and 128 yards on the ground, the Raiders threatened to put their first playoff game into runtime going up 22-0 in the opening quarter.
The Raiders shocked the Nationals with a short kick to start the game, recovering the ball and then handing the ball to Tyler Neufeld for a 40 yard touchdown run.  A 32 yard TD pass to Patrick Maendal  with 2 minutes left in the first quarter and a Riley Doerksen 50 yard interception run for a major put a daunting number up on the Transcona scoreboard. The Nationals wouldn’t give up easily, scored on a penalty aided drive to put the score at 22-8 with 3:43 left in the half.
While the Eastman offence had success scoring early, the Raiders defence would consistently shut down the Nationals forcing multiple turnovers on downs beginning with a goal line stand at the start of the third quarter.
A 60 yard pass to Maendal put the Teal and Black up 28-16 at 3:50 of third. Eastman would get the ball back with an interception by James Sonnichson setting up a 20 yard field goal to extend the Raiders lead to 31-16. A fourth quarter pass to Justin Kuharski set up a William Cruise three yard receiving touchdown.
Unlike the previous week, with the win secure, the Raiders would take a knee to move on to the next round of the playoffs.
GAME STATS • Eastman Raiders
Nationals – Pla 16
Bantam 39
6 October, 2012
OFFENSE
Passing
Comp Att Pct Int Yds Avg Long Rate TD XP 1/2
11 20 .550 0 174 8.7 60 177.6 3 0/0
Rushing
Att Yds Avg Long TD XP 1/2
26 128 4.9 40 1 0/0 0 0 0.0 0 0 0
Fumble Scoring
Fum Lost Pts TD XP 1 XP 2 FG Sfty
3 3 18 2 3 0 1 0
DEFENSE
Tackle Tackle For Loss Sack Misc. Defense
Solo Ast Solo Ast Yds Sfty Solo Ast Yds Sfty PBk QbH
18 10 3 1 11 0 2 0 2 0 0 5
Interception Fumble
Int Yds Long TD XP 1/2 Fcd Rec Yds Long TD XP 1/2
2 51 49 1 0/0 0 0 0 0 0 0/0
Blocked Kick
BlkPnt BlkFG BlkXP RcvPnt RcvFG RcvXP Yds Long TD XP 1/2
0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0/0
SPECIAL TEAMS
Punt Punt Return
Att Yds Avg Long In20 Blk Att Yds Avg Long TD FC
2 23 11.5 16 0 0 2 22 11.0 18 0 0
Kickoff Kickoff Return
Att Yds Avg Long TB OB OSK Att Yds Avg Long TD
7 181 25.9 47 0 0 1 3 9 3.0 7 0
Field Goal
FGM FGA Pct Long Blk 1-19 20-29 30-39 40-49 50+
1 1 1.000 20 0 0-0 1-1 0-0 0-0 0-0
Extra Point
XPM XPA Pct Blk
3 4 .750 0

ATOM BLACK VS VALOUR PATRIOTS SEPTEMBER 29 ,2012 Raiders 56-26

Saturday, September 29th

Could it have been nicer outside? No. Sunny. 27 degrees. And a win for the home team to boot – altogether that equals a pretty sweet Saturday! We’ve got some pretty sweet highlights to share with you too – so, here goes:

The game began with a superb offensive outing. After a successful butt crack run by Paxton, and a nice run by Nic, Mason finished off the drive with a touchdown. (6-0 Raiders) The kicked convert was good for 2. (8-0 Raiders) We were off to a great start. Carson had a perfect squib kick and Parker was all over it and the offense took over again. A 55 yard run by Mason got him into the end zone. (14-6 Raiders) Tyson K. had some fun blocking on the option to clear the way for Mason. (20-6 Raiders) There was a sweet completion Koop to Koop on the screen pass and with another block from Tyson K, Mason was off to another 6 points! (26-6 Raiders) Our passing game was working as a great completion from Tyson K to Mason ended in yet another touchdown, thanks to a timely block by Nic. (32-6 Raiders) Carson was called on for the convert kick and with great height, the ball made it’s way straight through the uprights! (34-6 Raiders) Their speedy #1 ran for a touchdown. (34-12) We got the ball back and Tyson K completed a pass to Paxton who kept right on running his route through the catch and on to positive yards. Mason got his hands on the ball again and it was a touchdown result. (40-12 Raiders) A speedy tackle by Tyson K and Mason stopped them in their tracks – deep in their zone. Defense took to the field and a few things happened: great low tackle by Parker, super contain by Matthew which allowed Carson to finish the runner off, Anthony powered through the line for a big tackle in the backfield to turn over the ball on downs. The very next play, “in our books”, was a power run, straight arm and tip toe down the sideline touchdown for Paxton – but an “inadvertent whistle” by the ref called it back. We’ll still count it over here. J But, as a reward, a great fake by Paxton resulted in a great run by Mason for a Raiders’ touchdown.  CTuff was on target again for the 2 point convert.  We had a little trouble with #1’s speed and they scored.  But a big block kept them right there at 18.

Our defense got the 2nd half off and running in style with a HUGE turn over on downs. Marianna turned on her jets and had a couple 1st down runs in a row, which led to a great fake by Marianna and Tyson K holding on to the ball himself  and finding the end zone.  CTuff could not be stopped and with a perfect snap from Anthony and a great hold by Tyson K , it was 2 more points for us.  We learned what “great angles” means as Daniel stopped them for a loss of yards and then, Parker ran right THROUGH their best running back to stop him right where he was!! An 80 yard run by Mason followed for our last touchdown of the game . #1 came up with a great catch and run for a touchdown.  Their kick was good but that was it. The final whistle blew.

Boys, what a solid game on both sides of the ball, a truly great team effort and with this being our final regular season game, we are officially in 1ST PLACE in the Saturday Atom League!!! Congratulations!!

NOW, having said that… we know that the playoffs begin next weekend and it’s a new season!! We will have to play as hard as we’ve ever played to continue to be successful. We will NOT rest on the wins of the past. It’s 0-0 from right now and we will work harder than ever and take one play at a time to ensure that we do our job. Be confident boys but always respect your opponents to come… expect that your toughest football is yet to come and be prepared to try harder than you even thought possible – THEN, we will be fine.

Atom Raiders Black Vs. St. Vital Mustangs 63-33 Raiders Win

September 22, 2012

To say this game didn’t quite turn out the way we expected would be accurate. Obviously, the players, coaching staff and parents were confident that we would play a great game, but beating the St. Vital Mustangs by such a huge margin was not in the game plan. We LOVED it but we did not expect it. Having said that, we’re certainly not complaining. In some conversations I’ve had since that game, we have wondered what happened to the Mustangs that day. Who was missing? Were they sick?? NOPE!! They just met up with the Eastman Raiders Atom Black team – that’s what happened and I think, if we meet them again, they just might approach the game a little differently (but we won’t). Well done boys – you played a solid game and we’re proud of you.

And now, the game highlights: The game started out with Logan getting a big tackle and then, Kade creating a fumble. The recovered and their found the end zone. (0-6 Mustangs) Great pressure by our defense on the convert and they missed their kick. After a great drive with many positive yards, Mason found the end zone and just hit the post on the convert kick. (6-6) Their got a touchdown on a tricky reverse play. (6-12 Mustangs) They ran in the extra point. (6-13 Mustangs) Our offence answered back with some big blocks by Paxton and a TD run by Mason. (12-13 Mustangs) Convert kick – GOOD! (14-13 Raiders) Our defense did a great job and Carson recovered a fumble to get us the ball back. A completed screen pass from Tyson to Paxton got us positive yards… but the ball went back to the Mustangs. Austin chipped in with a great tackle up the middle. But on the next play their broke a few tackles and ran 80 yards for a TD. (14-19 Mustangs) Superb pressure by Parker caused a missed convert kick. The short kicked and recovered but a great stand by our defense turned the ball back over to us!! Paxton had a huge block which opened up just enough of a lane for Mason to take off for 90 yards and a touchdown! Wow! (20-19 Raiders)

The second half started strong as we had multiple outstanding blocks to get Mason a path to another touchdown (26-19 Raiders and then 28-19) TB had some unbelievable tackles to get the offence back out there. Mason scored. (34-19 Raiders) The 2 point convert was good again (36-19 Raiders) and defense got us the ball back when Parker was all over another Mustangs fumble. A great cut back got Mason into the end zone for the 5th time. (42-19 Raiders/44-19 Raiders) It was at this point that TB turned on the jets and was like lightning through their offensive line – huge tackle. But on the next play, found an opening and they scored. (42-25 Raiders) Their convert was good. (42-27 Raiders) The boys never let up and Nic did some super blocking for some big yards as Mason scored again (50-27 Raiders) The Mustangs fumbled on the kick off and 10 Mason was in the right place at the right time and ran it in. (56-27 Raiders) Parker was like a rocket through the line next and with a huge defensive stand the offence was back on the field. The “Wildcat” was working like a dream and Mason got 6 more points for us with Tyson blocking for him all the way down the field. (62-27 Raiders) The Mustangs managed to get away from our defense one last time. (62-33 Raiders) but that was it. We weren’t quite done yet, as #10 Mason added one more 40 yard run for another big score.  A highlight to end the game — TB caused a fumble and #50 Daniel recovered to completely close the door on this one.

Boys… this was truly a team effort. Defense, your improvement from the 1st half to the 2nd half continues to be impressive. Coaches, your work and your teaching is paying off – they’re getting it and we are winning well. Let’s stay humble and let’s know that there are many games to come. One play at a time and we’ll be fine. Go Raiders Go!!

Highlight we MUST mention: Season high (I’m sure) Mason Kraus – 10 TOUCHDOWNS!! What?!? Way to go buddy!!

MINOR/BANTAM REGULAR SEASON 2012 STATS

SEASON STATS  •  Eastman Raiders
Bantam
29 September, 2012
Season Totals • 8 Games
OFFENSE
Passing
Comp Att Pct Int Yds Avg Long Rate TD XP 1/2
39 85 .459 7 632 7.4 65 126.8 9 0/0
Rushing
Att Yds Avg Long TD XP 1/2
254 1747 6.9 83 16 0/0
Fumble Scoring
Fum Lost Pts TD XP 1 XP 2 FG Sfty
22 13 131 19 7 0 2 2
DEFENSE
Tackle Tackle For Loss Sack Misc. Defense
Solo Ast Solo Ast Yds Sfty Solo Ast Yds Sfty PBk QbH
98 122 16 11 102 1 8 4 80 1 31 21
Interception Fumble
Int Yds Long TD XP 1/2 Fcd Rec Yds Long TD XP 1/2
7 104 30 0 0/0 5 14 62 22 0 0/0
Blocked Kick
BlkPnt BlkFG BlkXP RcvPnt RcvFG RcvXP Yds Long TD XP 1/2
1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0/0
SPECIAL TEAMS
Punt Punt Return
Att Yds Avg Long In20 Blk Att Yds Avg Long TD FC
31 680 21.9 58 2 3 17 206 12.1 35 0 0
Kickoff Kickoff Return
Att Yds Avg Long TB OB OSK Att Yds Avg Long TD
34 919 27.0 64 0 2 6 30 442 14.7 84 2
Field Goal
FGM FGA Pct Long Blk 1-19 20-29 30-39 40-49 50+
2 7 .286 26 2 1-3 1-2 0-2 0-0 0-0
Extra Point
XPM XPA Pct Blk
7 25 .280 0
SEASON STATS  •  Eastman Raiders
Bantam
29 September, 2012
Season Per Game Averages • 8 Games
OFFENSE
Passing
Comp Att Pct Int Yds Avg Long Rate TD XP 1/2
4.9 10.6 .459 0.9 79.0 7.4 65 126.8 1.1 0.0/0.0
Rushing
Att Yds Avg Long TD XP 1/2
31.8 218.4 6.9 83 2.0 0.0/0.0
Fumble Scoring
Fum Lost Pts TD XP 1 XP 2 FG Sfty
2.8 1.6 16.4 2.4 0.9 0.0 0.2 0.2
DEFENSE
Tackle Tackle For Loss Sack Misc. Defense
Solo Ast Solo Ast Yds Sfty Solo Ast Yds Sfty PBk QbH
12.2 15.2 2.0 1.4 12.8 0.1 1.0 0.5 10.0 0.1 3.9 2.6
Interception Fumble
Int Yds Long TD XP 1/2 Fcd Rec Yds Long TD XP 1/2
0.9 13.0 30 0.0 0.0/0.0 0.6 1.8 7.8 22 0.0 0.0/0.0
Blocked Kick
BlkPnt BlkFG BlkXP RcvPnt RcvFG RcvXP Yds Long TD XP 1/2
0.1 0.0 0.1 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0 0.0 0.0/0.0
SPECIAL TEAMS
Punt Punt Return
Att Yds Avg Long In20 Blk Att Yds Avg Long TD FC
3.9 85.0 21.9 58 0.2 0.4 2.1 25.8 12.1 35 0.0 0.0
Kickoff Kickoff Return
Att Yds Avg Long TB OB OSK Att Yds Avg Long TD
4.2 114.9 27.0 64 0.0 0.2 0.8 3.8 55.2 14.7 84 0.2
Field Goal
FGM FGA Pct Long Blk 1-19 20-29 30-39 40-49 50+
0.2 0.9 .286 26 0.2 0.1/0.4 0.1/0.2 0.0/0.2 0.0/0.0 0.0/0.0
Extra Point
XPM XPA Pct Blk
0.9 3.1 .280 0.0

Atom Raiders Teal VS. Charleswood Broncos

September 23rd Eastman Raiders Sunday Atom Game vs. Charleswood Broncos

Our game started off to quick start!  First touchdown of the game within the first few minutes by Avery Penner with big thanks to Jayden Martens and his amazing block to give Avery a clear path down the side of the field. The convert attempt ran in by Avery Penner.

Broncos’ first series of the game met our defence and were held up in the neutral zone.  Some good tackles in the first series by Corbin Azure, Isaac Dokken and Payton Esau for a three and out series for turnover on downs. Raiders get the ball back with Sawyer Thiessen grabbing the opportunity for another touchdown, again due to huge block by Jayden Martens, who then ran the ball in for the convert attempt.  Defence came back on the field with more fire than ever!  Anthony Flaming went in for the tackle, huge solid hit. The defence again held the Broncos and switched lines so Riley Karlenzig could show off his skills with a 50 yard touchdown! His biggest break away of the season.

The boys continued this momentum for the entire game which switched to running time before the end of the first quarter!  Numerous tackles throughout the game from Isaac Dokken, Nathan Edwards-Schure, Anthony Flaming,  Kelbyn Doerksen, with the help from entire defensive line. The offense showed their hunger as well with Wes Blask running the ball for good yardage complimented with more touchdowns from Avery Penner, Mason Esau, Sawyer Thiessen (x2), Jayden Martens (x2) and Payton Esau wrapping up for a 57 yard touchdown.  Special teams were also all over the opposing team. Issac Dokken recovered his own kick. Nathan Edwards-Schure delivered a nice bomb, sailing over all the players on the Bronco’s.  Now we cannot forget to mention those two fierce QB sacks we saw from Isaac Dokken!

A big applause to our Sunday Atom team!!!  Each and every single player did an amazing job, they moved flawlessly down the field, showing great team cohesion and spirit! Unofficial final score, 36-0, is securing the team one of the top positions for the Sunday division. Playoffs here we come! It is going to be a great end to this amazing year.