The chase for a perfect season continues at Rutland Senior after the Voodoos beat the Mount Boucherie Bears 47-0 on Friday night at the Apple Bowl in B.C. high school football play.
RSS finished the regular season 6-0 atop the Pacific South Division and will now travel to the Coast to face Vancouver College on Saturday to open the playoffs.
The Fighting Irish were 6-1 and second place in the Western Conference.
On Friday, the Voodoos jumped to a quick lead thanks to a pair of rushing touchdowns from Jhavoun Blake. Quarterback Liam Attwood sneaked one in himself before Blake added another as RSS led 26-0 at halftime.
Blake's fourth and final touchdown of the afternoon came in the third quarter when he converted from 60 yards.
Ryan Dovedoff caught two more TDs to end the scoring.
Attwood ended the day 12 for 16 passing for 165 yards and two majors; he also converted five point-after attempts.
Blake had 222 yards on 18 carries, or 12.3 yards per rush.
Kyron Konkin had 56 yards receiving while Dovedoff had 43, Coltin Peterson had 36 and Brad Koebel 31.
Kai Brydon had 11 tackles, a fumble recovery and a sack. Peterson also had an interception on defence while Ryan Jackson had one sack.
Kelowna 50, Seaquam 27
The Owls finished the regular season 5-2 after a 50-27 win over the Seaquam Seahawks on Saturday at the Coast.
“Very proud of how our players played today," KSS coach Chris Cartwright said.
“We feel really good with how things have come together at the final weeks of the season. Huge win for our program.”
Running back Noah Gross had a great game, running the ball 10 times for 206 yards and four touchdowns, his longest being 70 yards.
Quarterback Nate Beauchemin was 6 for 9 with 108 passing yards. He also threw a 38-yard TD to Nolan Ulm, who caught 76 yards in total.
The Owls defence was lead by safety Isaac Athans and LB Nathan Gilbert with 6 1/2 tackles each.
“Our coaches have done an amazing job helping helping our players prepare each week and learn from each of the games," Cartwright said. "It’s really awesome to see how our players have grown through this season. We’ve had lots of success and lots of learning each game. Very excited for our players going into the playoffs.”
The Owls will now host the Carson Graham Eagles (2-5) on Saturday at the CNC turf beginning at 1:30 p.m.
VSS 14, Fulton 0
Receiver Caden Danbrook caught a TD pass from Zack Smith and the VSS Panthers beat the Fulton Maroons 14-0 in double-A play Friday in Vernon.
The Panthers advance to the provincial quarter finals in two weeks. The Panthers scored a second touchdown, but the game was called early in the second half when the lights at the field turned off.
When Fulton, the home team, was unable to have the lights turned back on, the officials called the game.