Ravens bookend busy CWFL week with a pair of victories

A busy week of games in the Cowichan Women’s Football League began with a 19-12 win by the Ravens over the Blue Steel Brew last Wednesday.

Dana Thorne and Veronica Smith each had a touchdown and two interceptions as the Ravens came back from a 12-0 deficit. Kelsey Scholz had one TD, Lauren James had five sacks, Kendal Andjelkovic had one sack, and Rikki Wylie had a convert.

On Friday, the Crew downed the Wild 45-0, led by two touchdowns apiece from Willy Toews, Marilou Sullivan and Jess Lines-Wikkerink, and one by Janelle Mould. Toews, Sullivan, Mould, Alita Mattin and Jade Scott all had interceptions, and Sullivan and Mattin added converts. Nicole Pugh came up with three sacks. For the Wild, Dieneke Pedersen and Kerri McKelvie had interceptions.

Also on Friday, Moo’s Law beat the Sirens 26-7. Leanne Closson led the Law offence with a touchdown and two converts, while Jaimie Olson, Rachel Hastings and Crystal Gotto also had majors. Hastings added an interception and Gotto had three sacks. Deanne Mearns scored the Sirens’ lone touchdown. Mearns and Jessica Kato-Koch had interceptions and Shelly McKay added a convert. On Sunday morning, the Blue Steel defeated the Storm 50-0. The Storm got a lone sack from Rachel Pugh.

Also Sunday morning, the Law beat the Wild 19-12. Pedersen and Marika Richard scored for the Wild. Pedersen also led the defence with two picks, while Becky Van Huizen, Kendall Chambers and Rhiannon Kemmler had one each, and Ginette Bilina had two sacks.

The Ravens closed out the week with a 33-7 win over the Sirens on Sunday afternoon. McKay had the Sirens’ lone TD and converted it, while Sabrina DesRochers had two sacks and Kaelyn Corbin added one.