Congratulations to David Adebayo who is the Week 6 PFC Offensive Player of the Week! In the battle for the city of Edmonton and bragging rights the Wildcats crushed the Huskies 51-18. The Cats’ run game was simply dominating as the Offensive Player of the Week, running back David Adebayo scampered for 155 yards on 23 carries and scored three touchdowns. The Wildcats (3-2) face the Huskies (1-4) again this week Saturday night at 7:00pm. Source: CJFL.net
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Congratulations to #11 Jordan Olson who is the September 20 “On The Rocks” Player of the Game! 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).
The Edmonton Wildcats celebrated a 51-18 victory over the Edmonton Huskies tonight at Clarke Stadium. The Wildcats took an early lead in the game with a 1 yard touchdown by David Adebyo 3:17 after the whistle, making it 7-0 for the Wildcats. Shortly after the Huskies conceded a safety, increasing the Wildcat lead to 9-0. David Adebayo pushed another 1 yard touchdown through at 10:29, followed by an Ideen Samadi field goal at 11:52, ending the first quarter with a score of 19-0 Wildcats. The second quarter was a battle for points, started with a Yannick L’Abbe touchdown for the …Full Story
Congratulations to Jahlani Knorren who is the Week 5 PFC Defensive Player of the Week! Despite the Edmonton Wildcats falling for the second straight game at home, defensive back Jalahni Knorren was awesome. The Defensive Player of the Week compiled a Conference high 11 solo tackles for 22 defensive points. It’s Knorren’s first PFC defensive honour, after winning the Offensive honour last season with the Langley Rams as their quarterback. Source: CJFL.net
Congratulations to #21 Luc Catellier on being the “On The Rocks” Player of the Game! 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).
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