It’s an MO Westshore Rebels head coach Charly Cardilicchia admits the team is becoming known for.
Losing in the first half of a football game, only to charge forward in the fourth quarter with a come-from behind, last-minute victory. It’s how the team played in the first game of the season with a slim 19-16 win over the Langley Rams, and Saturday’s 18-18 tie against the Okanagan Sun was no different.
“It really helps early in the season to have those types of gritty games. They really do help develop the camaraderie in the locker room and they give you that confidence,” Cardilicchia said.