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Coquitlam Falcons take provincial title

Miranda GATHERCOLE/BLACK PRESS The Coquitlam Falcons defeated the Langley Stampeders 21-6 during the Vancouver Mainland Football League midget provincial championships last weekend. The Stamps struck first with an opening drive that allowed them to take a 6-0 lead going into the second quarter. But Langley would not be able to stay ahead for long. Coquitlam answered with a touchdown to make it 7-6 at the half and racked up two more scores before the final clock ran out. In the end, Coquitlam took home the B.C. provincial title.  - MIRANDA GATHERCOLE/BLACK PRESS
Miranda GATHERCOLE/BLACK PRESS The Coquitlam Falcons defeated the Langley Stampeders 21-6 during the Vancouver Mainland Football League midget provincial championships last weekend. The Stamps struck first with an opening drive that allowed them to take a 6-0 lead going into the second quarter. But Langley would not be able to stay ahead for long. Coquitlam answered with a touchdown to make it 7-6 at the half and racked up two more scores before the final clock ran out. In the end, Coquitlam took home the B.C. provincial title.
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The Coquitlam Falcons defeated the Langley Stampeders 21-6 during the Vancouver Mainland Football League midget provincial championships last weekend.

The Stamps struck first with an opening drive that allowed them to take a 6-0 lead going into the second quarter.

But Langley would not be able to stay ahead for long.

Coquitlam answered with a touchdown to make it 7-6 at the half and racked up two more scores before the final clock ran out. In the end, Coquitlam took home the B.C. provincial title.

 

 

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