By Howard Tsumura Sat, Sep 25 2010
W.J. Mouat 41 at Omak (Wash.) 28
OMAK, WASH. — B.C.’s No. 1-ranked triple A team used its week before the start of conference play to learn a little about its ability to rebound from adversity.
Host Omak, Wash., scored 15 straight points in the second half to draw even with Abbotsford’s W.J. Mouat Hawks, but it was Mouat’s ability to keep on attacking that helped it to a comfortable road win.
A two-yard touchdown off a keeper by Mouat quarterback Bedore had put the Hawks up 28-13 early in the third quarter, but the hosts roared back to tie the score 28-28 before Mouat added touchdowns on a five-yard Bedore keeper and a 21-yard pass to John Watson.
Bedore finished the day with four rushing touchdowns, all inside the 10-yard line, and also fired a 25-yard touchdown strike to Desmond Bassi.
Although Mouat missed three extra points, it got two of them back on a two-point convert from Bedore to tight end Luke Friesen.