Abbotsford Falcons complete perfect regular season

Local Atom football teams kick off playoffs at Mouat on Sunday

The Abbotsford Atom Falcons (black) celebrate after competing an undefeated season.

The Abbotsford Atom Falcons (black) finished off a perfect season in style on Saturday.

The Falcons defeated Meadow Ridge 32-6 in Maple Ridge to conclude the Valley Community Football League regular season with a record of eight wins and zero losses.

The win caps off a regular season that saw the team outscore its opposition 304-28 and never allow more than eight points in a single game.

The Falcons finished first in the league, with the Abbotsford Falcons (white) finishing with a record of four wins, three losses and one tie.

The VCFL Atom playoffs kick off on Sunday at Mouat fields. The Falcons (black) take on Chilliwack at 10:30 a.m. at the East field, with the Falcons (white) battling Maple Ridge at the West field also at 10:30 a.m.

Games run until late on Sunday afternoon, with the eventual winner of the VCFL playoffs representing the league at the provincial championships in Kamloops on Nov. 19.

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