Crew weather Storm to retain perfect record in CWFL

The Crew kept their perfect record in the Cowichan Women’s Football League alive with a 45-0 win over the Winter Trucking Storm last Sunday.

The Crew kept their perfect record in the Cowichan Women’s Football League alive with a 45-0 win over the Winter Trucking Storm last Sunday.

Marilou Sullivan scored three touchdowns, and Janelle Mould, Jess Lines-Wikkerink, Wilhelmina Toews and Jess Redlick had one apiece. Lines-Wikkerink also recorded a two-point convert, and rusher Lenneke Vinoly had three sacks.

Rookie Chelsea Morton recorded a sack in her debut as rusher for the Storm, while Tien Nguyen had one interception.

The Law shut down the Wild 34-0.

Bryn Piper had two touchdowns for the Law, while Wendy Charles, Jaimie Olson and Leanne Closson had one each. Closson added a convert and two interceptions. Kim Scafe had two converts, Toni Williams had one, and Jackie Poznecov had two picks.

The Wild moved the ball well but were unable to get into the end zone. On defence, Sue Glenn had two interceptions, including one on an intense diving catch, and Val Chambers recorded one.

The closest game of the week was a 26-20 win for the Hindsight Fishing Ravens over the Snap Fitness Sirens.

Chelsea Strandlund scored the bulk of the Ravens’ points on three touchdowns and a two-point convert, while Lauren James scored once.

For the Sirens, Tara McCaffery ran in one touchdown and kicked a rouge, Christine Switzer had a touchdown and a convert, Deanne Mearns scored once, Carmen Zimmer had two interceptions, Shelly Hodgins had one pick, and Kirbee Crisp had two sacks.

Friday games begin this week with the Law facing the Ravens and the Wild taking on the Storm, both games at 7 p.m.

On Sunday, the Wild will meet the Crew and Law will face the Ravens at 10 a.m., and the Storm will battle the Ravens at 12:15 p.m. All games are at McAdam Park.