Sardis Falcons football is excited to welcome TELUS to our family. They have generously agreed to team up with us and come aboard as our major corporate sponsor.
Sardis Falcons battled tough all night led by their D who mad every yard tough for NDSS. Raman Khosa led the way with 8 tackles and 2 sacks. Mathis Loewen added 8 tackles as well. Aidan Saunders had another solid game adding 7 tackles to his team lead after 2 games. On O The Falcons racked up over 400 yards with 352 of those in the air. "If we can cut back on some of our mental errors which kept this game close, we will continue to improve" Said Head Coach Adam Smith.
Down 12-8 at the half the Falcons fought back to down the West Vancouver Highlanders 24-12. Myles Joinson lead the way on O with 237 yards rushing and added 2 TDs. Noah Saunders had the other TD for the Falcons. On D Aidan Saunders lead the way with 8 tackles and a pass deflection. DJ Stephens and Noah Saunders both chipped in with an interception each.
With the victory on November 3rd the Falcons season came to a conclusion. That victory over Eric Hambe was a big one as it brought the Falcons record back to .500 at 4-4. This is a major accomplishment for a first year program in any tier. Even all the more sweeter as it was in AAA.
Rick Klassen's #31 will proudly hang in Sardis Secondary as our first and only Falcon to have his number retired.
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Falcon Tough/Core Values
What it means to be Falcon Tough. Have the strength, or ability, to withstand adverse conditions both mentally and physically. Physical toughness means showing up ready to practice training or play every day despite being sore and banged up. Also means we will punch first and continue to keep punching. Mental toughness is how fast you can respond to bad things. (FT) or Falcon tough will be the backbone of our program.
Energy- needs to be brought in every practice drill training session and game. Your energy needs to be positive and contagious so it brings everyone to the same level.
Competition- Challenge yourself and others to be better every day every drill every rep.
Accountability/Discipline- Doing what you should be doing when you should be doing it how you should be doing it all the time.
Family- I got your 6. No matter what the situation Falcons are family and good or bad on or off the field, we will have each other’s back. Falcons for Life.