Rebels miss the playoffs with a loss in Chilliwack

Junior football squad winds up season this weekend in Nanaimo

The Westshore Rebels’ hopes of qualifying for the B.C. Football Conference playoffs were shattered with a loss to the Valley Huskers and a win by the Vancouver Island Raiders.

The Rebels, 2-7 after losing 39-28 to the Huskers in Chilliwack on Saturday, head to Nanaimo this Saturday to take on the Raiders.

The Raiders, who beat the Kamloops Broncos 45-15 last weekend, sit 4-5 and locked up the fourth and final playoff berth.

Hunter Lake passed for 349 yards and two touchdowns in the loss, connecting for 138 yards to Jordan Rodinsky and 109 to Bryce Mosley. Lake also ran for 101 yards.

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