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Avalanche trounce Wolverines at home


WINDSOR - The Avon View Avalanche dominated most of the game on Oct. 16, with a score of 36 – 0 against the West Kings Wolverines, bringing their record to four wins, two losses this season.

Gordon Chase, coach with the Avalanche said he was pleased with the outcome.

“We’ve got guys back on the team that were injured or had other commitments, things seem to be working,” Chase said following the game. “The game next week against (North East Kings Education Centre) is our focus now, we’re tied for second right now.”

Chase said Tyler Eddy, Spenser Bauchman and Jem Whidden stood out during Sunday's match, some getting big interceptions that changed the momentum of the game entirely.

The Avalanche will take on the Northeast Kings Education Centre Titans at their field on Oct. 22, 2016.

“We’ve just got to get our plays down, run them perfectly,” he said. “They’ve got very good coaching and practise their plays constantly. They don’t give up.”

The NKEC Titan’s are last year’s defending champions.

 

Standings as of Oct 16, 2016  NSSAF DIVISON 2

 

1st           Central Kings                  6-0

2nd          Avon View                       4-2

3rd           KNEC                              4-2         

4th           Millwood                          3-3         

5th           JH Gillis                           1-5

6th           West Kings                      0-6

Gordon Chase, coach with the Avalanche said he was pleased with the outcome.

“We’ve got guys back on the team that were injured or had other commitments, things seem to be working,” Chase said following the game. “The game next week against (North East Kings Education Centre) is our focus now, we’re tied for second right now.”

Chase said Tyler Eddy, Spenser Bauchman and Jem Whidden stood out during Sunday's match, some getting big interceptions that changed the momentum of the game entirely.

The Avalanche will take on the Northeast Kings Education Centre Titans at their field on Oct. 22, 2016.

“We’ve just got to get our plays down, run them perfectly,” he said. “They’ve got very good coaching and practise their plays constantly. They don’t give up.”

The NKEC Titan’s are last year’s defending champions.

 

Standings as of Oct 16, 2016  NSSAF DIVISON 2

 

1st           Central Kings                  6-0

2nd          Avon View                       4-2

3rd           KNEC                              4-2         

4th           Millwood                          3-3         

5th           JH Gillis                           1-5

6th           West Kings                      0-6

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