Voodoos, Bears home Friday; Owls play on Halloween

Two B.C. high school football games Friday at Apple Bowl, another on Saturday at CNC turf

  • Oct. 28, 2015 11:00 a.m.

The lights will be on Friday night at the Apple Bowl as week 5 of the B.C. high school football season kicks off.

At 4 p.m., the Rutland Voodoos (2-1) will play host to Seaquam Secondary (2-1). The Voodoos and Seaquam are currently in a four-way tie for top spot in the Pacific Division.

Then at 6:30 p.m., it’s the Mt. Boucherie Bears (1-2-1) taking on the unbeaten East Division-leading Terry Fox Ravens (4-0).

On Saturday, the Kelowna Owls (3-1) will battle the Centennial Centaurs (0-4) in a noon kick off on the CNC turf.

In action last weekend, Rutland dropped a 49-20 contest to the Handsworth Royals.

The Bears were 56-20 losers to the W.J. Mouat Hawks on Saturday in Abbotsford.

Valley field hockey…

An Okanagan Valley AAA girls field hockey champion will be crowned this weekend in Kelowna.

In Saturday’s semifinal on the CNC turf, the Mt. Boucherie Bears will take on the Pen Hi Lakers.

The winner will take on the KSS Owls at 3:30 p.m. for the valley title.

The Okanagan champs will earn a berth into the B.C. School Sports tournament Nov. 12 to 14.

 

 

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