A late touchdown and a twopoint convert by Leanne Closson gave Moo’s Law a narrow 28-27 victory over the Ravens in the Cowichan Women’s Football League last Sunday.
Kim Scafe had a pair of touchdowns for the victorious Law, while Closson and Rachel Hastings had one each. Closson also recorded a single-point convert and an interception, while Jackie Poznecov had a convert, and Crystal Gotto had two picks.
For the Ravens, Rikki Wylie scored three touchdowns, including one on a 45-yard run that came off one of her two interceptions. Dana Thorne had a touchdown and a convert, and Lauren James had two converts.
The other Sunday morning contest wasn’t as close, as the Crew defeated the Roofco Sirens 40-7. Alita Mattin and Jessica Lines-Wikkerink each had two touchdowns for the Crew, while Janelle Mould and Jade Scott had one each. Mattin, Mould, Scott and
Willy Toews had one interception each, and Mould, Toews, Jennie Hittinger and Marilou Sullivan each registered a convert.
Christine Switzer had the only touchdown for the Sirens, with a convert from Tara Brooks. Tara McCaffery had an interception, and Sabby DesRochers recorded two sacks.
The afternoon game was also a blowout, as the Blue Steel Brew downed the Wild 19-1. The Wild dominated the first half of the game, racking up a ton or yardage, and Sue Glenn’s rouge gave them a 1-0 lead at halftime. BSB switched up their offence and defence in the second half and took over. Quarterback Holly Graham connected with Heidi Padjen for two touchdowns, and Padjen’s twin sister Mila Main collected a tipped ball for the team’s other major. Kara Espeseth recorded a convert, and Main, Padjen and Sam Miiller had interceptions.
The Wild got four sacks from Ginette Bilina and picks from Rhiannon Kemmler and Keri McKelvie.