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Juan Pena of the Crocus Plainsmen runs hard with the ball against the Elton Sabres Friday at John Reilly Field.
Dryden White-Eagle scored four tries for the Crocus Plainsmen as they wrapped up the Westman High School Rugby regular season with a 73-7 win over the Elton Sabres at John Reilly Field on Friday.
Liam Barron with the Crocus Plainsmen throws the ball during a line out in Westman High School Rugby action against the Elton Sabres at John Reilly Field on Friday. (TIM SMITH/BRANDON SUN)
Juan Pena added a pair of tries and eight converts, while George Rooke had a try and conversion for the Plainsmen (3-3), who also got tries from Liam Barron, Brennen Campbell, Silas Genaille and Reese Taylor.
Waylon Dahlke became the first Sabre to score a try in the program’s brief history. Shawn Hewins booted the convert as Elton finished its inaugural campaign with a 0-6 mark.
Meanwhile, in Dauphin, Justin McKinnon scored three tries and booted four conversions as the Minnedosa Chancellors (5-1) beat the host Clippers 53-7. Matt Hudlon, Brian Black, Logan Patterson, Tyler Shmon, Brent Cardy and Lane Mitchell also scored tries for Minnedosa. Dan Chartrand replied with the try and conversion for Dauphin (1-5).
In the girls’ game, Mallory Workman and Alyssa Arisais both scored a pair of tries as the Minnedosa Chancellors (5-1) won 39-0 over the Clippers (4-2). Sydney Ingenmey added a try and two conversions, while Abby Rowan and Kaitlyn Burgess also touched the ball down for Minnedosa.
Jamil Tahhan and Seth Friesen both scored three goals for the Vincent Massey Vikings on Friday as they closed out the Brandon High School Soccer League boys’ regular season with a 9-0 win over the host Virden Golden Bears.
Nelson Rodriguez, Alex Alvarado and Daniel Moss also scored for Massey, while Nicholas Meneses picked up the clean sheet.
Massey and Crocus Plains will now meet for the city title on Thursday at 6:15 p.m.
The winner will host Virden in an interzone game on Friday at 7 p.m.
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Republished from the Brandon Sun print edition May 17, 2014