Week Three

Sept. 13th Heritage Park

8:30- Flag Bears @ Mission 9′ers

Sept. 13th Townsend Park

11:45- Atom Bears @ Chilliwack Red Giants

Sept. 13th Samuel Robertson School

1:15- Peewee Bears @ Meadow Ridge Gold

Sept.12th Townsend Park

Friday Night 7:00pm- JB Bears @ Chilliwack Giants

Sept.14th Cloverdale Athletic Park

4:00- Bantam Bears @ Cloverdale

 

Games at Townsend Park are streamed online @ www.chilliwackgiants.com

 

GO BEARS GO!


Week Two Results

Atom Bears

The North Langley Bears Atom team suffered a heartbreaking loss in week two of the season to the Meadow Ridge Gold Knights. The Bears had a slow start to the game, suffering several minor injuries in the first half. Despite the loss, the Bears had some bright spots. Keaghan Hurley (#53) had a 35 yard run in the second quarter, and another 15 yards in the third, in addition to several shorter runs. Manny Fotiou (#97) added two sacks to his season tally. Ty Gallinger (#12) added a sack of his own. Annika Key (#51) made several key tackles in the game to keep the score close. Owen Sieben (#55) did double duty, recovering a fumble in the fourth quarter while on defence and pushing through several tackles to get the major score also in the fourth while acting as the team’s quarterback. The Bears are working hard to bounce back in Chilliwack in week three. (Report by Julie Fennell)

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Peewee Bears Win Big in Home Opener

McLeod Athletic Park, Langley; Sept. 6, 2014
The Meadow Ridge Gold Giants were shut down and shut out by the North Langley Bears Peewee team at McLeod Park on Saturday by a final score of 24-0.
On their first possession the Bears engineered an 8-play, 60-yard drive. Marcus Stang and Caleb Faust both rushed for first downs and Mathieu Gale took it in for six points from the six on 3rd and goal. In the 2nd quarter North Langley twice turned the ball over on downs after three plays, but in the 2nd half each of their three possessions ended in touchdowns. It started with the Bears’ longest drive of the day (70 yards), taking seven plays. Twice QB Jaxon Stebbings kept the ball and took off up the right sideline, for 32 and 35 yards, setting up a 1st and goal at the three. Two plays later Jordan Williams went in for the major score. On the Bears next possession, Marcus Stang ploughed up the middle for 11 yards and a 1st down. Then Stebbings again rolled right to pass and found space to run, going the distance from midfield for the TD. In the 4th quarter the Bears got the ball at the Maple Ridge 48 when the Knights turned the ball over on downs. On the first play from scrimmage, Mathieu Gale took the hand-off, sped around the right end of the line, and sprinted down the field for the Bears’ fourth and final touchdown of the game.
The Bears defense contained Meadow Ridge throughout the game with at least ten different North Langley players registering tackles. The best field position of the game for the Knights came in the waning moments of the first half. They took over at the North Langley 36 after a Bears 3rd down fumble and had moved the ball to the Bears 16 when the clock ran out. The longest Meadow Ridge drive in the game, of 40 yards, came late in the 4th quarter. Two key tackles by North Langley’s Brandon Folkerts prevented big gains, and Nicholas Reimer brought down the Knights QB at the Bears 24 yard line as time expired.
(Report by Andy Faust)

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JB Team Report for September 6th

JB Bears VS Maple Ridge Knights
Score: Bears lost 38 -0
The JB Bears this past weekend were faced with the Maple Ridge Knights who had a very strong defensive team. Unfortunately for the Bears they had to overcome a number unfortunate penalties, a few fumbles and the Bears ended up losing 38-0.
There were some highlights in the game all coming in the first half, which could have been turning points for the Bears. Cadeyryn Barthelson almost had an interception in the 2nd quarter however it just spilled out before he hit the ground. The other was when Brandon “the Bull” Brynjolfson ran the ball down to score a touchdown making it 8-6 however it was called back due to a penalty for holding by another Bears player. Then another came late in the 2nd quarter when quarterback; Michael Huggins threw the ball and 3 sets of hands touched it before Alex Ronald caught it in the Knights end zone creating a 1st and down. The Bears tried to mix it up a little and did a surprise punt by Kicker Evan Rees to gain a few yards. Trevor Paulenz had a nice run up the side as well as received a hand off to gain a few yards in the 1st quarter. Ethan Bernardin blocked the Knights kick in the 3rd quarter stopping the conversion. The defensive line continued to be a pack of hungry Bears with some big tackles by Cadeyryn Barthelson, Nick Triemstra, Brodie Tarling, Evan Rees, Jacob Ronald, Joey Yeomans, Ben Pascoe, Jude Wessel and Brandon “The Bull” Brynjolfson trying to keep the Knights back. In the end the Knights were a bit stronger than the Bears could handle.
The season is just beginning and the Bears are determined to turn it around for next week when they play Chilliwack Friday night September 12 PM in Chilliwack.

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Bantam Bears

The Bantam North North Langley Bears trounced the Westside Warriors 38-0 in a lopsided victory Saturday afternoon in Langley. Ryan Barthelson of the Bears raced downfield to steal the opening kickoff from the visiting Warriors and the home side never looked back. Zander Bailey ran for four touchdowns and Jacob Stebbings passed to Andy Hanlen for another to post an impressive 32-0 lead at the half. When Jake Evans pounded across the goal line in the third quarter leaving a trail of bruised Westside Warriors in his wake the visitors conceded victory having not enough healthy players on their bench to resume play. The Bears defense, led by Evans and Mason Block, played a punishing game that constantly stymied any attempts by the Warriors to move the ball downfield. Bears kicker Charlie May ensured the Warriors started every offensive series deep in their own end while also contributing a couple of converts to the score. The Bears play Cloverdale next Saturday in an attempt to improve upon their 2 and 0 record.

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Week Two

              Week Two @ Mcleod Athletic Park 8:30- Flag Bears vs. Meadow Ridge 10:00- Atom Bears vs. Meadow Ridge Gold 11:45- Peewee Bears vs. Meadow Ridge Gold 1:30- JB Bears vs. Meadow Ridge White 3:30- Bantam Bears vs. Westside   Go Bears Go!


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