Cruz Parsons, Hudson Jones and Ethan Hooper scored touchdowns for the South Kamloops Titans in a 21-0 victory over College Heights of Prince George in a B.C. High School Football exhibition game on Friday, Sept. 15, at South Kamloops secondary.
“College Heights were as advertised and brought it in all three phases of the game," South Kam head coach JP Lancaster said. "I was really pleased with the resiliency of our team to go in at halftime, regroup and put together a much improved second half of football.”
The Titans opened the scoring in the second half, when quarterback Cole Rigler connected with Parsons for a short touchdown pass.
Rigler completed 11 of 18 passes for 201 yards and two touchdowns, the second major a long catch-and-run effort by Jones, who racked up 93 yards receiving.
Hooper plunged in for a rushing touchdown to round out the scoring.
Grade 10 Titans’ linebacker Derian Dyck led the way on defence with four solo tackles, one interception and one fumble recovery. Senior Alex Crawford chipped in with four solo tackles and one sack.
“We're a young squad and got some really exceptional play from our Grade 10s today who either stepped up into starting roles or spelled off players at key points in the ballgame,” Lancaster said.