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Houston Ramage (5) of the Bombers tries to avoid the tackle from Tyvan Branton and Kaitlin Feeley (1) of the Rockets during Moose Jaw Kinsmen Minor Football Pee Wee league action on Wednesday evening at Elks Field. Times-Herald photo by Katie Brickman
The Moose Jaw Kinsmen Minor Football season is in full swing as both divisions played Wednesday evening.
The Assiniboia Rockets opened their season against the Bombers in Pee Wee action with a 30-12 loss and the Raiders continue to be undefeated with a 26-6 win over the Colts in Bantam action.
Rockets 12 Bombers 30
The Bombers and the Rockets exchanged touchdowns in the first quarter, but the Bombers surged in the final quarter to cruise to the victory.
Hunter Ramage led the Bombers with a 18-yard touchdown run in the opening quarter to tie the game after Carter Johnson of the Rockets scored on a 45-yard run.
Tyler Lorenz scored a 42-yard touchdown on a fumble recovery for the Bombers in the second quarter.
The Rockets were held off the score sheet in the second and third quarters.
Ramage would score another touchdown at 7:28 of the third quarter. In the final quarter, the Rockets attempted the comeback when Jett Zahariuk scored on a two-yard touchdown.
However, the Bombers continued to roll the offence with Ramage scoring another five-yard touchdown.
With just over a minute left in the game, Barritt Sitavanc scored a 16-yard touchdown reception to seal the win for the Bombers.
The MVP honours went to Emily Cronan for the Rockets and Sitavanc for the Bombers.
Raiders 26 Colts 6
The Raiders poured on the offence from the beginning of the game and their defence allowed just six points from the Colts in the second quarter.
Parker Bourdages and Burke Macdonald led the way and scored all of the Raiders points.
Bourdages started the game off with a 67-yard touchdown and Macdonald added the two-point convert in the first quarter.
Zack Hagerman got the Colts on the board with a four-yard touchdown in the second quarter.
Bourdages and Macdonald would again combine for a touchdown and convert to take a 16-6 lead at the half.
Macdonald scored a 27-yard field goal and later would score on a 51-yard punt return to extend the lead.
Neither team scored in the final quarter.
Macdonald was the MVP for the Raiders and Bryton Slater took the honour for the Colts.