CWFL begins Friday night schedule

The Cowichan Women’s Football League kicked the season into high gear last week with its first Friday night games of 2014.

The Ravens and Crew proved themselves ready for Friday night play as they defeated the Wild 46-6 and Storm 38-2, respectively.

Rikki Wylie and Sarah Russ each had pick six touchdowns for the Ravens. Wylie’s was part of a three-touchdown game, and both players also added converts. Nikita Kitagawa had a touchdown and convert, Jenna Carver had a touchdown, a convert and four interceptions, Barbara Smith had a touchdown, and Lauren James recorded two sacks.

The Crew got three touchdowns from Marilou Sullivan and one each from Darbi Aitchison, Morgan Kinahan and Nicole Pugh. Aitchison added two sacks, Kinahan had an interception, Willy Toews had a pick, and Jessica Lines-Wikkerink had two converts. For the Storm, Miranda Mann had an interception, and Katrina Waldron had three sacks, including one for two points.

On Sunday morning, Moo’s Law defeated the Storm 28-0. Kim Scafe led the Law with two touchdowns and a convert, Leanne Closson had one touchdown and a convert, and Crystal Gotto also recorded a major. Toni Williams had a two-point convert and Nicki Flynn had an interception. For the Storm, Elia Zanon recorded a sack.

Also Sunday morning, the Roofco Sirens beat the Wild 19-7. Deanne Mearns led the Sirens with three touchdowns and two interceptions, Carmen Brown had a convert, Shelly McKay had two interceptions, and Jessica Kato-Koch had one pick.

On Sunday afternoon, the Crew got by the Blue Steel Brew 27-20. Sullivan scored another three touchdowns, including one on a 60-yard pick six run. Lines-Wikkerink also scored and added a convert. Alita Mattin finished with a convert and two interceptions, including one in the end zone. Kinahan added a convert, Pugh and Janelle Mould had picks, and Darcie Zibin sacked the BSB QB once.

Mila Main led the BSB with two touchdowns and an interception, and twin Heidi Padjen had a touchdown, two picks and a sack. Kirbee Crisp added a sack, and Roby Clement had a two-point convert.

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