Huge congratulations goes out to Wildcats Defensive Coordinator Donny Obenauer, who was recently named to the Football Canada U-18 International Bowl Coaching Staff as the Receivers Coach. The International Bowl will take place in Arlington, Texas from January 11-18, 2018. Read more from Football Canada here: http://footballcanada.com/football-canada-unveils-u18-coaching-staff-in-preparation-for-2016-international-bowl/
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Yesterday, Mayor Don Iveson proclaimed October 10, 2017 as Darrin Park’s Day. Darrin, brother to Head Coach Darcy Park has been bravely living with brain cancer while still living his best life possible and fulfilling the Edmonton spirit. A huge thank you to Mayor Iveson and the City of Edmonton for recognizing one of our CREW members.
The 2017 Banquet will be held Friday, November 17 at St. John’s Cultural Center (10611-110 Ave) Tickets are $20 for current players, and $40 for guests. Purchase dates for tickets will be announced to the players. Cocktails at 6pm, Dinner at 6:30pm. For more information, please contact Meghann.
This year we have five graduating players. Earlier this season, Head Coach Darcy Park took some time to write about each graduating player for our seasonal Game Day programs. Colton Hippe Graduating from Holy Rosary High School in Lloydminster, Colton has been a valuable member of the organization. Colton has been a great teammate and leader who has sat on the leadership committee for the past two seasons. Colton was usually the first to arrive every day and the last to leave. His passion for the game was evident and he always had a smile on his face at practice and …Full Story
The final regular season Edmonton Wildcats game of the year is this coming Sunday, October 8 at 1pm at Clarke Stadium. Come out and enjoy the beautiful Thanksgiving weekend weather. We will have Wildcats hats available for purchase, as well as other swag items like water bottles, blankets, CREW shirts and jerseys. Can’t make the game?! The live stream will be here for you: Live Stream
October 4 2017 Written by : Allie Stanton Yesterday, the Wildcats players and coaches participated in a different kind of practice. It was the practice of sweat. The team visited the Edmonton Police Services training facility in Griesbach for a team building evening. The evening started with a quick warm up, followed by a casual beep test, nothing too crazy…in the beginning. Round after round, athleticism was tested. And after 11 rounds, Jayden Dalke and Isaiah Brown were the last two standing. From there it was all about the body weight in a tabata style workout. Pushups, lunges, plank up-downs, …Full Story