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Hawks' RB Maleek Irons out-maneuvers a defender in exhibition play last season.

Howard Tsunamura, The Province September 1, 2012
W.J. MOUAT 42 at ELIMRA (ORE.) 18 ELMIRA (ORE.) — Maleek Irons was flat-out impossible to stop on Friday night. The star tailback with the No. 2-ranked W.J. Mouat Hawks of Abbotsford rushed for three touchdowns as part of a decisive win over the host 4A Falcons. “We got a great defensive effort,” admitted Hawks’ head coach Denis Kelly, whose Subway Bowl finalist Hawks were pitching a first-half shutout with a 20-0 lead. And behind a veteran offensive line, the Hawks cleared a path for Irons to score majors on scampers of six, four and 35 yards. Irons finished the night with 20 points, adding a two-point rushing convert. Running back Clovis Lumeka, quarterback Mario Norte and running back Crysthian Rivas scored on respective runs of eight, six and five yards for Mouat, while kicker Matt Riley added four extra points. Elmira opened its scoring by returning the second-half kickoff 80 yards for a touchdown. Sheriden Lawley up front and Taylor Hinton from his spot at middle linebacker, led the Mouat defence.

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