Running back Jordan Voll scored four touchdowns on runs of 66, 36, 29 and 27 yards. Brock Larson hauled in TD passes of 35 and 19 yards. Nixen Voll accounted for the other major score for the blue and white. Nixen Voll and Jordan Voll collected two point conversions while Mac Oberle split the uprights with two converts. The other Shadow points were the result of a safety touch.
On the defensive side, Kyle Dordu registered two interceptions, fumble recovery and nine tackles. Josh Peterson made a late game interception and returned it 29 yards. Jared Stevenson and Peter Shields pounced on fumbled balls. Cole Cadieux had six tackles from his corner position while Carter Greenslade and Landon Kronberg chipped in several tackles apiece.
Shadows head coach Garret Glasrud said, “It was good to get more game experience for the playoffs”. Glasrud added, “We were able to get our game plan for Kindersley ironed out”. He stated, “I’m really proud of our team’s play this season”.
The final league standings were Lumsden Devils (5-1), Shaunavon Shadows (5-1), Indian Head Broncs (3-3), Maple Creek Redmen (2-4) and Fort Qu’Appelle Marauders (0-6). The Devils were awarded first place on the basis of points for and against in head-to-head play with the Shadows.
The Shadows will travel to face the Kindersley Kobras on Saturday, November 1 in provincial quarter-final action. The local squad would face either the Humboldt Mohawks or Foam Lake Panthers on November 8 provided they win their quarter-final contest against the Kobras. The provincial nine-man football final is scheduled for Saturday, November 15.