Last-second TD completes Rams’ comeback

Gideone Kremler scores four touchdowns as Mount Douglas outlasts Vancouver College 33-28

A 40-yard strike on the game’s final play gave the Mount Douglas Rams a 33-28 win Friday against Vancouver College Fighting Irish.

Rams quarterback Gideone Kremler connected with Josh Lucas to complete the Varsity Rams comeback. Kremler finished with 259 yards passing and a pair of touchdowns as well as another 79 yards and two majors on the ground.

Ben Pierik led the Mount Douglas rushing attack with 85 yards and a touchdown, along with three receptions for 52 yards. Lucas hauled in 11 receptions for 173 yards and a pair of touchdowns.

The Junior Rams stuffed a last-second Vancouver College convert attempt to earn a 25-25 tie.

The Varsity Rams have a bye this week and are next in action Oct. 7 when they host Belmont. The Junior Rams are in the Okanagan to tackle Mount Bourcherie.

The Spectrum Thunder beat Timberline Wolf Pack Friday 22-0 at Timberline.

Oliver Adam, Riley Wilson and Bryden Holt all scored majors and the defence added a safety to round out the scoring. JV QB Chris Starck continued his promising start to the season playing up at Varsity as he completed eight of 12 passes for 210 yards.



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