Rams host gridiron homecoming game

Mount Douglas Rams senior football team hosts West Vancouver 2:30 p.m. at Mount Doug on Friday (Oct. 17)

The Mount Douglas Rams senior boys football team squares off against West Vancouver in the  Rams’ Homecoming Game, 2:30 p.m. at Mount Douglas today (Oct. 17).

Homecoming caps off Spirit Week at Mount Doug.

This week’s and next week’s game, versus South Delta, will likely determine the Western Conference AAA champion.  Next week’s game is Friday, Oct. 24, with a 2:30 p.m. kickoff at Goudy Field.

The senior Rams last played on Oct. 3, when they mounted a 21-point run to end the game up 35 to 23 over the New Westminster Hyacks in New West.

The Rams are tied for the Western Conference standings lead with South Delta at 4-0.

 

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