Havoc Move Into Second
The Havoc, who now sit at 3-1 this season after picking up a huge 51-3 win over Highland on Saturday.
Aiden Taylor, playing open side flanker, was named man of the match, while Jared Foster had a big game offensively.
Foster kicked off the scoring 14 minutes into the game, collecting a try and kicking the convert. Still in the first half, Foster kicked a penalty kick, and booted converts following tries by Craig Shreve and Blayne Bechard.
Opening up the second half with a big lead already, the Kent Havoc’s defense, paced by Chad Nolan, John Buis, and rookie scrum half, Kyle Yurkiw, kept the ball moving away from Havoc territory, and shut out Highland for the remainder of the game.
Dave Buis opened the second half scoring, with Foster again kicking a successful convert. Matt Waddick, Ryan Pietens, Patrick O’Donnell, and Blayne Bechard rounded out the Havoc’s second half scoring.
Kent will next host the Hamilton Hornets Saturday July 5.