Injuries are taking their toll on the Sea to Sky Pee Wee Titans and the absence of several key players led to the teamís second straight loss, a 26-0 setback at the hands of the North Vancouver Colts, on Sunday (Oct. 28).
The loss marked the first time the Titans had been shut out all year long and the teamís record fell to four wins, three losses and one tie. The Titans continue to occupy fourth place in the Pee Wee division.
The Titans will next take on the Warriors in Vancouver on Sunday (Nov. 4) afternoon.
Meanwhile, it was too little too late for the Minor Titans, who lost 33-20 to the North Vancouver Seahawks on Sunday (Oct. 28).
Titans quarterback Jack Forsyth scored a pair of touchdowns, with Hunter Verner also reaching the end zone. Defensively, the team was led by Nolan Robinson-Nault, who picked up the teamís lone interception on the game.
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