Ravens add two to win total

The Ravens earned two more victories in the Cowichan Women’s Football League last week, beating the Storm 54-6 on Friday and Moo’s Law 34-20 on Sunday.

Kelsey Scholz led the way on offence with three touchdowns on Friday, while Veronica Smith had two touchdowns, two converts and an interception, and Jenna Carver had two majors, including a 100-yard pick six. Rikki Wylie also had a touchdown and a convert, Dana Thorne had two converts and a rouge, Morgan Rogers had a convert, Nikita Kitagawa had an interception, and Lauren James recorded a sack. Replying for the Storm was Carly Boyd with a touchdown.

On Sunday, the Ravens got pick sixes from Wylie and Smith to take away the Law’s fourth-quarter lead. Wylie finished the game with two touchdowns, while Smith totalled two interceptions as well as a convert. Sarah Russ also scored twice and added a convert, Thorne had a two-point convert, and James added a sack. The Law got their touchdowns from Crystal Gotto, Rachel Hastings and Kim Scafe, who also had a convert, while Kelly Hall had a sack and Jackie Poznecov added a convert.

The Roofco Sirens were consistent with 26 points in each of their games, but the results were different as they won 26-20 over the Blue Steel Brew on Friday and lost 33-26 to the Crew on Sunday.

On Friday, the Sirens two got touchdowns, including a pick six, from Carmen Brown, and one each from Tara McCaffrey and Deanne Mearns. Shelly McKay had an interception and a convert, Kaelyn Corbin had an interception, Christine Switzer had a convert, and Sabrina DesRochers had a sack. BSB responded with two touchdowns and a two-point convert by Heidi Padjen, a touchdown by Mila Main, four sacks by Kirbee Crisp, and an interception by Sam Miiller.

In their loss on Sunday, the Sirens got two touchdowns from Mearns, and one each from McKay and Jessica Kato-Koch. McKay and Brown also had converts, and DesRochers added a sack.

Alita Mattin had two touchdowns and a pick for the Crew, Nicole Pugh had a touchdown and two sacks, and Darbi Aitchison and Jessica Lines-Wikkerink also scored. Marilou Sullivan added two converts and Jade Scott had one.

Rounding out the week, BSB beat the Wild 27-6. Main had a touchdown and a convert, and Padjen, Brittany Stinson and Courtenay Wilcox also scored, while Kara Espeseth had a convert, Kirbee Crisp had a sack and Michelle Nederlof kicked in the last point. Dieneke Pedersen had the Wild’s touchdown, while Keri McKelvie had a pick and Ginger Bilina had five sacks.

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