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Wildcats fall to Thunder at Clarke Stadium

The Edmonton Wildcats fell 35-14 against the Regina Thunder on Sunday afternoon at Clarke Stadium. Both teams were 2-1 coming into the game. The Thunder took an early lead in the game, with a Justin Banin touchdown at the 1:53 mark. The Thunder increased their lead 10:57 into the first with a William McGee field goal, ending the first quarter 10-0 for the Thunder. The second quarter started out with a Colton Klassen touchdown 1:36 into the quarter, increasing the Thunder lead to 17-0. David Adebayo ran one in for the Wildcats at 6:34 putting the Wildcats on the scoreboard. …Full Story

High School Jersey Night

Bye Week

We had a busy Bye week, launching our first Flag Football Camp in conjunction with the Boys and Girls Club of Edmonton, as well as hosting a joint practice with the Sherwood Park Wolverines. Thanks to everyone who came out to help!        


“On The Rocks” Player of the Game and CJFL Defensive Player of the Week

Congratulations to Brett Morrow who is both the “On The Rocks” Player of the Game and the CJFL Defensive Player of the Week. “The Edmonton Wildcats stayed undefeated on the weekend after a 19-14 in Regina on a cool, wet day. The Cats’ defense was tremendous holding the defending champs to just 156 yards on offense. One large reason was the PFC Defensive Player of the Week, linebacker Brett Morrow. He was a beast with a game high seven solo tackles, a sack and a forced fumble.” – CJFL Brett receives a $50 Gift Card to On The Rocks, donated …Full Story

Mosaic Stadium

Wildcats Go 2-0

The Edmonton Wildcats met with the Regina Thunder in Mosaic Stadium for a rainy Sunday afternoon game. Both teams came into the game 1-0, with Regina being the reigning Canadian Champions. The game started on a high for the Wildcats when Olson threw a 46-yard Touchdown catch to Receiver Brad Quartel, giving the Wildcats a 7-0 lead only 3:57 into the game. The next change on the scoreboard wasn’t seen until 9:32 into the second when the Thunder gave up a safety, increasing the Wildcat lead to 9-0. The Thunder saw the first points of the second half when Colton …Full Story


Live Streaming of Wildcats @ Thunder game

The Wildcats @ Thunder game will be broadcast live. It’s a raw broadcast, so there is no play by play, but you will be able to hear the announcer! Game time is 1pm on Sunday, August 24 and the live stream can be found at

Aug 16 POTG

August 16 Player of the Game

“The On The Rocks ‘Player of the Game’ for the August 16 game (against the Calgary Colts) is #2 Jahlani Knorren. Jahlani’s excellent play on Defense and Special Teams was punctuated with a very well-timed interception and game-changing 80 yard punt return for a Touchdown. Sponsored by Edmonton Hospitality Group, ‎ the Player of the Game receives a $50 gift certificate to On The Rocks Restaurant & Bar (located at 11740 Jasper Ave).” Photo Credit: Ken Hutchinson