Quesnel player rushing down the field with the visiting team following close behind.

Time for a touchdown

Quesnel minor football was kept busy preparing for the start of what promises to be a successful and fun filled season.

Quesnel minor football was kept busy, encouraging players to join and practicing every Tuesday and Thursday to prepare for the start of what promises to be a successful and fun filled season.

Though the atoms left their first game with a close loss of 18-15 in favour of Prince George, their second game of the season proved more promising.

Taking on Williams Lake on there home field last weekend, Sept. 13, the atoms were meet with success.

The game ended with a final score of 24-19 in favour of Quesnel.

The junior bantam rang in their first game of the season last weekend as well, travelling to Vanderhoof to compete against the local team.

Though they played hard it was a tough loss, with a score of 40-6 in favour of Vanderhoof.

The next games for the junior bantam and atoms will be held in Quesnel this weekend, Sept. 20.

The junior bantam’s take on Vanderhoof again this time on the Cariboo field with the game starting at 11:15 a.m.

The atoms face off against Prince George for the second time of the season at the Cariboo field in Quesnel, 10 a.m.

Come and cheer on Quesnel minor football this weekend.


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