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Summerside football teams advance to title games


SUMMERSIDE – Summerside will be going for a football sweep on Saturday, Nov. 7.

The Summerside Waterwise Spartans of the Papa John’s P.E.I. Bantam Tackle Football League and the Summerside Clippers of the Papa John’s P.E.I. Varsity Tackle Football League have advanced to their respective championship games.

The Spartans punched their ticket with a 50-0 semifinal win over the Cumberland County Wolfpack of Amherst, N.S., at Eric Johnston Field on Friday night.

Not to be outdone, the Clippers defeated the Souris Wildcats by an identical score in their semifinal game. This contest was also played at Eric Johnston Field immediately following the Spartans’ game.

The Spartans will meet the winner of the Kings County-Cornwall semifinal game in the Hilton Bowl. The Clippers will take on the semifinal winner between Charlottetown and Cornwall in the Potato Bowl.

The start times for the two championship games have yet to be announced.

For more on the two Summerside teams, be sure to check out Monday’s Journal Pioneer.

The Summerside Waterwise Spartans of the Papa John’s P.E.I. Bantam Tackle Football League and the Summerside Clippers of the Papa John’s P.E.I. Varsity Tackle Football League have advanced to their respective championship games.

The Spartans punched their ticket with a 50-0 semifinal win over the Cumberland County Wolfpack of Amherst, N.S., at Eric Johnston Field on Friday night.

Not to be outdone, the Clippers defeated the Souris Wildcats by an identical score in their semifinal game. This contest was also played at Eric Johnston Field immediately following the Spartans’ game.

The Spartans will meet the winner of the Kings County-Cornwall semifinal game in the Hilton Bowl. The Clippers will take on the semifinal winner between Charlottetown and Cornwall in the Potato Bowl.

The start times for the two championship games have yet to be announced.

For more on the two Summerside teams, be sure to check out Monday’s Journal Pioneer.

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