Blue Devils looking to be this year’s champions

Playing their only game at home, the McKinnon Park Blue Devils, who got a touchdown from veteran Payton Mumby, ended up dropping a 36-30 overtime decision against Westdale. (Photo By Neil Becker)

By Neil Becker Sports Writer CALEDONIA – McKinnon Park Blue Devils veteran Payton Mumby is hungry for a championship. Competing in his fourth and final year of high school football, Mumby is feeling optimistic despite his team, which recently dropped a hard fought 36-30 overtime decision against Westdale; starting the campaign with an 0-2 record. “It’s a fun group of players,” said Credit First Nation’s Mumby. Mumby who spent his early years living in Credit First Nation. “We’re still improving. Our ‘O’ line is really strong. We’re good at blocking and our offensive is really clicking.” Coming off a campaign which saw them lose the SOSSA championship by two points against Westmount, the Blue Devils had a chance to exact some payback in Week 1 action but ended up on…

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