Seawolves attempt to tackle Red Bombers: UNBSJ takes on sister school UNBF

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On Saturday Oct. 6, the UNBSJ football team played UNBF at the Canada Games stadium on campus.

The Red Bombers took the lead early with a touchdown in the first quarter of the game. Shortly after, their quarterback scored another touchdown, bringing the score to 16 to zero for UNBF.

Before the second quarter UNBF was in the lead 18 to zero. The game was at a standstill before halftime with no touchdowns or points for either team.

The second half of the game continued much like the first. The Seawolves were dominated by the Red Bombers and only managed a score of 25 to eight at the end of the game for UNBF.

Saturday’s game left UNBF still undefeated and UNBSJ without a win this season.

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