Crew hands Wild a lopsided loss

Six different players had touchdowns as the Crew tamed the Wild 54-0 in a Cowichan Women’s Football League game on Sunday afternoon.

Six different players had touchdowns as the Crew tamed the Wild 54-0 in a Cowichan Women’s Football League game on Sunday afternoon.

Janelle Mould, Marilou Sullivan and Kirstin Bains each scored twice, and Alita Mattin, Jackie Harrison and Wilhelmina Toews had one touchdown apiece in the lopsided win. Bains added to the offence with three single-point converts and one two-point convert, while Sullivan and Jess Lines-Wikkerink each had one convert. On defence, Sullivan added two interceptions, while Mould, Lines-Wikkerink, Lenneka Vinoly and Roz Campbell each had a pick.

Teresa Melchior led the Wild defence with a sack.

In the morning games, the Sirens defeated the Law 18-7, while the Hindsight Fishing Ravens topped the Winter Trucking Storm 32-7.

The Sirens got a pick six from Carmen Zimmer, with their other touchdowns courtesy of Sabby Desrochers and Claudette Crisp. Kirbee Crisp added a sack and Shelly Hodgins had an interception.

Leanne Closson had a touchdown and an interception for the Law, Toni Williams had a convert and an interception, and Britnie Hearsey recorded a sack.

Scoring for the Ravens were Nikita Kitagawa, Emily Salmon, Autumn Cooper, Morgan Rogers and Rikki Wylie. Cooper, Salmon and Dana Thorne had converts, and Salmon also picked off a Storm pass. The Storm pass came from Tien Nguyen, who also recorded an interception, while Hien Tran-Primeau had a sack.