The struggle continues for the Kamloops Broncos as the B.C. Football Conference squad fell to 0-4 on the season with a 49-25 loss on Saturday to the visiting Valley Huskers of Chilliwack.
The win left Valley tied with Nanaimo’s Vancouver Island Raiders atop the standings in the six-team league with a 4-1 record.
Kamloops remains mired in the basement.
The Okanagan Sun (2-2-1), Langley Rams (2-3) and Westshore Rebels (1-2-1) are sandwiched in the middle.
Kamloops returns to action on Saturday, Sept. 15, with a four-point game on Vancouver Island against Westshore.
Since the Aug. 18 game in Kamloops between the two clubs was postponed due to wildfire-related poor air quality, the league decided to make the return match a four-point game.
Kamloops’ next home game will be on Saturday, Sept. 22, when the Raiders visit Hillside Stadium for a 6 p.m. kickoff.