’Dawgs dominant against Wolves, Isles lose to Whalers

The Barsby Bulldogs beat the stuffing out of an opponent on Thanksgiving weekend.

The Barsby Bulldogs beat the stuffing out of an opponent on Thanksgiving weekend.

John Barsby Secondary School’s AA varsity football team defeated the Timberline Wolves 52-0 last Friday at Campbell River.

Matt Cooley had two touchdown runs and two touchdown catches and Justis MacKay-Topley had two TD runs. Colin Nutting also rushed for a major and Ethan Laing and Cam Wright had TD throws.

Defensively, Jaydon Easterbrook made four tackles and Zach Taylor and MacKay-Topley had interceptions.

On Saturday in Parksville, the Nanaimo District Islanders lost 27-13 to the Ballenas Whalers. For more on that game, please click here.

GAME ON … The Bulldogs visit the Seaquam Seahawks on Saturday (Oct. 15) and the Isles visit the Frank Hurt Hornets that day.

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