Mission Roadrunners' quarterback Kevin Wiens lived up to his team's moniker, rushing for four touchdowns as No. 2-ranked Mission Secondary rolled to a 420 win over the host Abbotsford Panthers Friday at Rotary Stadium in Abbotsford.
Evan Horton opened the scoring with a 13-yard run and Eric Heckhaussen closed the game with a 15-yard strike. The in-between was all Wiens, who rushed for 150 yards and completed six of nine passes.
Horton rushed 10 times for 94 yards as Mission remained unbeaten at 2-0 in Double-A league play.
"From start to finish today, we played a consistent game," said Mission head coach Kevin Watrin. "It was a good second conference win for our squad."
Standouts on defence were Nathan Sterne, Heckhaussen, Horton, Wayde Carpenter and Tyler McStravick.
Mission plays Langley at home Saturday (1: 30 p.m. start) and will face Rick Hansen on Oct. 27.
Hansen stops Langley
The Rick Hansen Hurricanes beat the Langley Saints 24-7 in Double-A football at McLeod Athletic Park on Friday.
The 'Canes (2-0) were picked off on their first two drives but in the second half, quarterback Alex Ho and brother Brandon Ho scored decisive majors.
"We started the game flat today," said Rick Hansen head coach Paul Gill. "But full marks to Langley. They played us tough today."
Alex Ho hit brother Brandon with a 25-yard scoring pass. Alex then rushed nine yards for a score before Jasnoor Dhaliwal ran for a 20-yard major.
With star tailback Reagan Doucette out with an injury, Dhaliwal, filled in and carried 12 times for 172 yards and the major.
"I was pleased with the play of the O-line," said Gill. "They gave Alex time to throw the ball, and I was pleased with the play of Jasnoor Dhaliwal today. His role with the Hurricanes running game was a major factor. He stepped up his play knowing we were counting on him to have a great performance."
Zach Toews led the defence with 11 tackles while Shaiheem Charles-Brown added eight, including a sack, from his spot at defensive end. Brandon Ho has seven tackles and forced a fumble.