Andrew Davis rushed for 160 yards and scored three touchdowns to lead the host Southwest Sabres to a 64-0 victory over the Virden Golden Bears in Rural Manitoba Football League action on Thursday in Souris.
Davis rushed six and 35 yards for TDs and scored on a 50-yard pass from Brett King, who completed nine of 15 passes for 83 yards and also hit Brandon Roberts for 23-yard scoring strike.
Nathan Greig scored on rushes of 40 and three yards, Scott McLaughlin ran seven yards for a TD and raced 80 yards on a kickoff for another score, while Aaron Turnbull returned a punt for a touchdown.
Michael Gohl led the Souris defence with 12 tackles and two interceptions, including one for a TD, while Sebastian Gohl had 10 tackles.
For Virden, Dustin Siemens ran nine times for 27 yards, Brandt Unger completed two of 11 passes for 68 yards, while Triston Turner led the defence with nine solo tackles.
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Republished from the Brandon Sun print edition September 20, 2013