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Langley scores early, often, routs Justice in football action

Quarterback leads a balanced offense attack
Langley quarterback Cole Samburg led the offense in the team's victory over Justice.

Behind an offense that amassed 296 total yards and a defense that allowed just 85, the Langley Saxons (3-1) cruised to a 42-7 road win over the winless Justice Wolves (0-3) in non-district high-school football action Sept. 14.

Langley led 38-0 at halftime.

Saxons’ quarterback Cole Samburg led the offense with 77 yards rushing, including a 70-yard run, and 61 passing.

Cannon Clarke had scoring runs of two and seven yards, Jackson Popovich had a 44-yard TD run, Mateo Arboleda booted a 27-yard field goal and four extra points, and Robert Roncskevitz returned a fumble 15 yards for a touchdown. Thomas Gill caught a two-point conversion pass from Samburg.

Mark Muehlheuser and Clarke each completed four passes for Langley. Clarke and Beckett Brown had three catches each and Chris Bergloff two.

There were 12 different Langley players who had rushing attempts in the game and eight different players caught passes.

On defense for Langley, Max Kelly had a sack and two tackles for losses and Owen Slamowitz also had two tackles for losses.