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NDSS scores blowout, Barsby gets big game

The Nanaimo District Islanders are rolling over all comers so far in B.C. High School Football’s Tier 2 varsity division.

NDSS (3-0) hammered Eric Hamber 48-0 on the road Friday. It was the third straight shutout for an Islanders team that has now outscored opponents 151-0.

The Islanders will get their toughest test so far in the regular season this Friday (Oct. 28) when they host Howe Sound (3-0) at 1:45 p.m. at NDSS field.

The Barsby Bulldogs, meanwhile are coming off a bye week, but they’ll have to get back into football mode in a hurry.

The storied Windsor Dukes (0-2) will be coming to the Island to take on the ’Dawgs (2-0) in AA varsity action on Friday (Oct. 28) at 1:45 p.m. at John Barsby Community Secondary School’s Canem Field.

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