Congratulations to our 2014 Award Winners! Most Valuable Player #82 – Brad Quartel Greg Tyszka, Ryan Branting, and John Wojcicki accepting the award on Brad’s behalf Rookie of the Year #1 – Tristan Schultenkamper Lineman of the Year #45 – Brett Morrow Jay Meraw Wildcat Attitude #42 – Keaton Hoddinott Awarded to the player who demonstrates true commitment to the Wildcats Peter Smith Memorial Award #55 – Luke Roberts Awarded to the player who contributes the most with the least recognition Special Teams Player of the Year #2 – Jahlani Gilbert-Knorren Back of the Year #27 – Luc Catellier
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We will be hosting an Open House on Tuesday, December 9 at 7pm. This is an opportunity for prospective players and parents to come and meet the coaches and get information about becoming a Wildcat!
Jeff Hecht and Neil King are each preparing for a chance to put their names in the history books in the most Canadian of Canadian events. On Sunday when Calgary and Hamilton play for the 102nd Grey Cup they will put aside friendship in hopes of being the first Wildcat since Taylor Inglis and his 2005 Edmonton Eskimos to win. Both men have been in this situation before, Jeff as a member of the Calgary Stampeders in 2012, and Neil with the Tiger Cats in 2013. On Sunday one of these former teammates will finally get to hoist this Countries …Full Story
Huge congratulations to Receiver Brad Quartel who was named a CJFL All-Canadian and signed onto the Saskatchewan Roughriders practice roster this week! Brad joined the Wildcats in 2012 after spending a season with the University of Alberta Golden Bears. He was the 2013 PFC Receiver of the Year and an active member of the Wildcats Leadership Committee. We wish Brad all the best on his new endeavour!
Congratulations to Keaton Hoddinott who has been named the 2014 Past Commissioners Award winner for his outstanding service in the community. In the off-season, Keaton shows his leadership by attending every work out and team event. In 2013 the Wildcats launched the “In The Community” initiative, which aimed to get the players involved with some of the local charities in the Edmonton area. Keaton immediately took ownership of the program and took on a role as the player coordinator. He not only attended all of the events, but was instrumental in reaching out to his teammates and encouraging them to …Full Story
The Prairie Football Conference announced their All-Stars this morning and the Edmonton Wildcats are proud to have three PFC All-Stars from the 2014 season! For the second year in a row, #82 Brad Quartel is a PFC Offensive All-Star – Receiver. Brad had 45 catches for 819 yards and 3 touchdowns. #27 Luc Catellier is a PFC Defensive All-Star – Defensive Back. Luc had 27 tackles, 1 assisted tackle, 4 interceptions, 1 interception touchdown, 1 knockdown touchdown, and a total of 79 defensive points. #29 David Adebayo is a PFC Rookie All-Star – Offensive Running Back. David had 55 carries …Full Story