The peewee Colts did not disappoint in their start to the playoffs as they rolled over the Kelowna RedBlacks at Little Mountain.
During the second half, the Colts showed great sportsmanship by slowing down the play, running out of bounds and taking knees instead of running up the score.
Sam Hall wowed the crowd with five touchdowns including three interceptions, which he ran back for touchdowns.
The offensive player of the game was awarded to Braidy Parkes for scoring her first-ever touchdown.
Top defensive player was awarded to Caleb Seyl for some very strong play on the defensive line.
Next Sunday, the Colts will face the Vernon Magnums in semifinal action at Little Mountain at 11 a.m.
The junior bantam Broncos played their first-round playoff game against the Kelowna Lions last Sunday.
On the games opening kickoff, the Broncos Tristan Kenoras ran for a 75-yard touchdown.
The second place Kelowna Lions soon changed the momentum in the first half dominating the score.
In the second half, the Broncos were able to slow the Lions down, and score another touch down by Devan McFee.
The Salmon Arm bantam Chargers have finished the regular season in first place, tied in wins with the Kelowna Lions but ahead in points against.
The Chargers face the Vernon Magnums in the quarter finals this Sunday at Little Mountain at 2 p.m.