Huskies crush Hornets

Undefeated Abbotsford Middle Schools beats Frank Hurt

The Abbotsford Middle School Huskies keep rolling in Grade 8 football action.

The Huskies hosted the Frank Hurt Hornets on Tuesday at the team’s home opener and won 46-0.

Kevin Endozo led the way with two touchdowns and 150 yards rushing. Other Huskies who scored touchdowns included: Karl von Einsiedel (two), Ryan Street and William Taggert.

Endozo also made three two-point converts, with von Einsiedel and Robert Browining Jr. also connecting on two-point plays.

The win improves the Huskies to a record of two wins and zero losses in regular season league play. In week one the Huskies beat Hatzic Middle School. Abbotsford next travels to Langley to play the HD Stafford Skyhawks.

The next home game for the team is on Oct. 19 when they host Heritage Park.

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