By Maple Ridge News
The Pitt Meadows Marauders won their first-ever football championship on Saturday at BC Place, as they downed the Eric Hamber Griffins 33-14 to cap an undefeated season.
Coach Matt Todd said his players were “laser focused” as they arrived at the locker room in Pitt Meadows at 6:40 a.m., and then drove to The Dome.
“It did not take much to get them all ready for the game because they were all so jacked to play in BC Place for a chance to win Pitt Meadows first championship,” he said.
There was no score in the first quarter. Hamber tried to establish their ground game, but Todd said outstanding play by the entire defence, led by Brandon Hunt, Haydn Barton, and Tayden Mountford stopped the run.