BCFC Week 4: Rams still perfect, Sun & Raiders win

In Week 4 of the BCFC season the Rams, Raiders and Sun would all record victories.

The Langley Rams would remain perfect on the season with a physical win over the Westshore Rebels 58-20.

Just two weeks after their 59 point win over the Rebels at McLeod Park Stadium the Rams would tally 410 yards of total offense.   Quarterback Jahlani Gibert-Knorren continued his hot play completing nine of 19 for 129 yards and threw four more touchdown passes.  He would also rush for 65 yards on seven carries and scored a major.

Malcolm Williams would lead the receiving corp. with two of his four catches resulting in touchdowns.  Dan English caught three passes for 53 yards and a touchdown, while both balls caught by Jordan Traversy were for majors.

Kyle Albertini would lead the ground attack with 129 yards on six carries.  Nathan Lund rushed seven times for 70 yards.

The Rams Special Teams would also play well as Ryan MacDonald would return a kick-off 98 yards to the house for the first time this season.  Kicker Steven Thomas was successful on two of three field goal attempts.

Defensively the Rams would force four turnovers as Ben Sharpe and Treymont Levy each had interceptions while Sergio Cabrera and Evan Foster each picked up fumbles.  The “D” would also compile six sacks; Foster would record two, while Brandon Klein, Joe Patko and Nathan Sheppard each had one.  Joe Lester and Alex Agnoletto shared a sack.

The Rams (4-0) will stay on the road and travel to the Okanagan to face the Sun (3-1) in their only meeting of the season.

The Westshore Rebels would fall for the fourth straight time to kick-off of the season and second consecutive to the Rams.

The Rebels “O” would actually outgain the Rams with 418 total offensive yards.  Quarterback Hunter Lake was solid completing 20 of 34 for 330 yards and threw one touchdown.

He would spread the ball around throwing to six different receivers.  Sean Shepherd would tally a game high five catches for 50 yards.  Eric Eggleston caught four passes for 101 yards, while Jordan Rodinsky caught the only touchdown pass.

Niles Goguen would lead the Rebels on the ground with six carries for 83 yards and scored two touchdowns.

The Rebels “D” were led by the McKinnon Career Coaching Player of the Game Jake Junker.  He would make four tackles; a special teams tackle and knock down two passes.  Jake Morris would compile five tackles while Tanner Rodinsky jumped on the lone fumble.

The Rebels (0-4) will have the weekend off and will be action during the Labour Day long weekend.

The Okanagan Sun recorded a 23-8 victory over the Kamloops Broncos on Saturday night to keep pace with the first place Rams.

The Sun would use a two quarterback system as Theo Deezar would have another big game completing 12 of 24 for 216 yards and three touchdowns.  Cam Bedore was seven of 13 for 61 yards.

The receiving corp. was led by the McKinnon Career Coaching Player of the Game Tommy Howes.  The veteran would make a BCFC high nine catches for 123 yards and scored a 43 yard touchdown.  Deion Bain and Thomas Huber also hauled in touchdown passes.

Dillon Fortune would carry the load on the ground for the Sun for the third consecutive week.  He would rush 15 times for 61 yards.  JT Fernandez would rumble four times for 36 yards.

The Sun defense would force six turnovers including interceptions for Jack Rush, Brandon Donkers and Robbie Yochim.    Terrence Mendes, Jonas Gering and Brennan Van Nistlerooy would all jump on fumbles.  Fernandez would play both sides of the ball and record seven tackles to lead the way while Zac Ironstand tallied the lone Sun sack.

The Sun (3-1) will host the undefeated Langley Rams (4-0) at the Apple Bowl on Saturday night.

The Kamloops Broncos would actually hold an 8-2 lead at halftime, but didn’t score a point in the second half.

Quarterback Connor Whitelaw finished 14 of 33 for 154 yards but threw three interceptions.  His favourite receiver was Derek Yachison who caught six passes for 48 yards.  Jesse Neufeld made five difficult catches for a team high 60 yards.

The Broncos would score their lone major on the ground as Jacob Palmarin rushed 11 times for 26 yards and the touchdown.

The defensive side the Broncos did force three fumbles.  Braden McCarthy, Ben Hoffman and Grady Chalmers each jumped on a fumble, while McCarthy would lead the way with eight tackles.  He along with Chalmers recorded a sack and Paytin Chang sacked the QB for a safety.

The Broncos (0-4) will host the VI Raiders (2-2) on Saturday night at 7:00pm at Hillside Stadium.

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In Nanaimo on Saturday the Raiders would easily play their best game of the young season, crushing the Valley Huskers 56-3 compiling 596 yards of total offense.

The Raiders were led by the McKinnon Career Coaching Player of the Game, quarterback Jamie Ybarra.  The rookie would complete eight passes for 218 yards.  Five of the completions were for touchdowns.

Six different receivers caught passes including Dylan Schrot and Marshall Cook who scored two touchdowns each.  Dustin Rodriguez would catch one pass, for 66 yards and a major, while Whitman Tomusiak also hauled in a TD.

10 different Raiders would carry the rock on the ground led by Michael Ritchott who rushed seven times for a game high 130 yards.  Andrew Deleon carried four times for 49 yards.

The Raiders defense would force four turnovers including two picks by Andrew Rowe, who rumbled 28 yards for a touchdown.  Elliot Jones and Dylan Chapdelaine each picked up fumbles, while Chapdelaine and Arthur Fabbro each had five tackles.

The Raiders (2-2) will travel to Kamloops on Saturday night for a date with the Broncos (0-4).

The Valley Huskers were frustrated on the Island compiling just 208 yards of total offense.  Quarterback Cody Parray completed just five pass for 59 yards, but threw two interceptions.  Blake Draper made two of the five catches for 31 yards.

On the ground the Huskers’ Ty Derayos carried a game high 16 times for 88 yards.

The lone Huskers’ score was courtesy of a 27 yard field goal off the foot of kicker Dan Erickson.

The Huskers “D” played the majority of the game as seven players had a multi-tackle game.  Jerry Sidhu recorded a block.

The Huskers (2-1-1) will now have the week off to prepare for the Westshore Rebels during the Labour Day long weekend.


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