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Mates pull closer to Brewers while Vkings just pull away

The Castlegar Vikings have run over the competition to the top of the WKMFFL standings.

By The Nelson Daily Sports

The West Kootenay Men’s Flag Football League just got a whole lot tighter after Dam Inn Mates shocked the Hume Brewers 31-24 in action Sunday at the Mount Sentinel Field.

The Brewers, which had dominated the Mates during week one of the season 23-1, were a different team without starting quarterback Steven Doyle.

The Mates have won two straight after beginning the season on a downers, losing twice and combining to score seven points in those two games.

Defending champion Castlegar Vikings continued to occupy top spot after thumping Nelson Impact 46-13,

Steve Mota caught a pair of touchdown passes from Dave Kravski, and tossed a completed score to Kravski to lead the Vikes.

Kravski also connected with Bryan Lauzon and Kevin Wilson.
Mota also was a force on the defensive side of the ball, intercepting a pair of passes.

Lauzon and Jaime Simpson also picked off Impact pass attempts. Ryan Dekker had one of the Impact touchdowns.

The Vikings, winners of four straight after starting the season with a loss, lead the league with a 4-1 record. Hume is second at 3-2 followed by Dam Inn and Nelson Impact at 2-2. Hour Glass sits in the basement, winless in four games.

The league resumes play Sunday with the Impact hosting Our Glass at 11 a.m. and Dam Inn Mates facing the Castlegar Vikings at 1 p.m.

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