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Clippers Victorious in
The Clippers improved their record to 2-0. The Kelvin
Clippers welcomed the Vincent Massey (Brandon) Vikings to their Homecoming. The
Clippers were looking to avenge a 14-11 loss to the Vikings in Brandon in 2012.
The Clippers opened the scoring when quarterback Sebastian Bel threw a 49 yard
touchdown strike to Anthony Dyck for a 7-0 lead. The Clipper special teams
joined the scoring as well as defensive lineman David Couture blocked a Viking
punt and linebacker Carter Mitchell recovered the ball in the endzone for a 14-0
lead. Bel then hooked
up with receiver Griffin Shillingford on a 42 yard touchdown pass to put the
Clippers up 21-0. Kicker Patrick Dott kicked the kickoff through the
endzone for a single putting the Clippers up 22-0. Bel then called his own number on a 5 yard
touchdown run to put the Clippers up 29-0. The Vikings then conceeded a safety
to put the Clippers up 31-0 and that was the final. The Clipper offence was
led by quarterback Sebastian Bel who was 6-11 passing for 201 yards and two
touchdowns as well as scoring a touchdown on the ground. The defence was solid
and relentless all game, pressuring the Vikings quarterback and stopping the run
game. Linebacker Matt Simon led the way with 8 tackles including 3 in special
teams. Defensive backs Robbie Cruz had 5 tackles including 2 on special teams
and Brandon Gates added an interception.
The Clippers would like to thank Ida Albo and the staff
of the Hotel Fort Garry for catering the event, Mr Lloyd, Mr Lebar, and Mr.
DiCurzio for providing the play by play and colour commentary, Mr. Kun and Mr.
Hamlin for helping setup the equipment for the pep rally and game, Mr. Burdeniuk
and AJ Dickson for taking pictures, and the numerous parents and friends who
helped make Homecoming 2013 a huge success and the fans for wearing red and
white and supporting the Clippers!