Vernon Magnums ground Broncos

Vernon Magnums collect first Atom Division win of the season, corralling the host Kamloops Broncos 34-12.

The Vernon Magnums collected their first Atom Division win of the season, corralling the host Kamloops Broncos 34-12 in Southern Interior Football Conference play Sunday morning.

Brady Devries opened the scoring with a 70-yard touchdown run. The offensive line helped move the chains with excellent blocking all game long.

Carston Disher compiled 165 rushing yards and two scores, while Gunnar Nyberg rushed for 115 yards and one TD. Brayden (Balraj) Khun hauled in a pass from Devries and ran it in for a 50-yard strike. Jace Collard connected on two extra-point kicks.

The defence was also on fire, led by Hudson Kibblewhite’s 13 tackles. Nyberg chipped in with seven tackles and a pair of sacks, Dillan Rinkel supplied one tackle and three sacks, Morgan Hackman had three tackles and a sack, Dominic Kitzman recorded five tackles and Issiaha Grant and Aiden Lawrence both had four.

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