Sunday was a great day for the last game of the season for the Salmon Arm Atom chargers. With a complete team on the field, Salmon Arm let the game slip with a loss against Kamloops Blue Broncos 28-18.
The Peewee Chargers football team won their final game 46-6 Sunday against the West Kelowna Ti-Cats. The win allowed the Chargers to gain a playoff spot.
The Chargers will face the Kamloops Blue Broncos Sunday, Nov. 6 at Hillside Stadium in Kamloops.
The Salmon Arm Junior Bantam Chargers finished up the regular season on a high note Sunday, shutting out the Kamloops Broncos 32-0.
Staying true to form, the Chargers continued to play suffocating defence, allowing only three first downs throughout the game.
Salmon Arm forced multiple turnovers and continuously forced the Kamloops offence to move backwards.
Offensively, the Chargers scored through the air and on the ground.
Braidy Parkes added to her team leading touchdown totals, scoring once on the ground and once through the air.
The Chargers first test in the Southern Interior Football Conference playoffs is against the Kelowna Riders Sunday.
The Chargers stingy defence will meet the Riders explosive offence. In their last match, the teams fought a hard battle, with the Riders winning 32-18.
A solid team effort in Richmond Sunday propelled the Chargers forward towards the playoffs.
The Chargers faced off against the Cowichan Bulldogs, winning 28-21.
Led by an outstanding effort by the offensive line, the Chargers dominated the line of scrimmage on the offensive side of the ball.
Trystan Kenoras led the way for the Chargers, opening the scoring with a rushing major and finishing the day with more than 150 yards on the day.
Chase Henning quarterbacked a solid game with several completions and a touchdown of his own.
The Chargers record improves to six and two on the season with their final regular season game taking place in Coquitlam this Sunday.
They currently remain second in the VFML football league standings behind the Richmond Raiders.