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Peewee Lions win seventh

Peewee football? Supporters of Oceanside Youth Football are already looking ahead to next year and want get the word out that the game is a great fit for kids big or small. - James Clarke photo
Peewee football? Supporters of Oceanside Youth Football are already looking ahead to next year and want get the word out that the game is a great fit for kids big or small.
— image credit: James Clarke photo

From the gridiron comes word those hungry Peewee Lions just won their seventh game.

In action in Campbell River on Sunday against the Eagles, the Oceanside Lions rolled to a 26-0 final.

“It was an awesome team work with defensive and offensive line — parents and coaches are so proud of these little Lions,” football dad and longtime booster Tom Le said.

The Lions take to Springwood Field for their final game Nov. 13 at 11 a.m. against the Barsby Dawgs, when they’ll be looking to run the table on their regular season.

Le says he’s hoping people will come out to the game “to support these little guys and hopefully bring more youngsters wanting to sign up for the next football season.”

 

— James Clarke

 

 

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