The Edmonton Wildcats are hosting the Calgary Colts Saturday night at Clarke Stadium. Both teams are 1-1 this season, tied for third and fourth in the Prairie Football Conference standings. The Wildcats are coming off a tough loss in Regina, where the Thunder claimed a 63-14 victory. The Colts were in Edmonton last weekend playing the Huskies, where they walked away with a 59-10 win. Kick-off is at 7pm. The score is live-tweeted on the Edmonton Wildcats twitter account @ewcats. The game will also be live-streamed here.
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Congratulations to #28 Jayden Dalke who was the August 23 On The Rocks Player of the Game! Jayden had 6 tackles, 6 assisted tackles, 1 special teams tackle, 1 sack, 1 pass knock down and 1 forced fumble, giving him a total of 20 defensive points for the game. He received a $50 gift certificate to OTR to recognize his contribution to the game.
The Wildcats at Regina game will be live-streamed at On The Rocks (11740 Jasper Ave NW). The game will be live-streamed on the big screens, and all food and drinks will be 15% off. Reservations are not required, but will help us make sure there is enough seating for everyone. If you’re planning to come, just let us know either by responding to this e-mail or call/text 780-919-8624 If you’re not able to make it to On The Rocks, the game will be live-streamed at http://www.playfullscreen.com We hope to see you there!
Congratulations to #3 Bray Josue who was the August 15 On The Rocks Player of the Game! Bray led the rushing game with 12 carries for 165 yards and 2 Touchdowns! He received a $50 gift certificate to OTR to recognize his contribution to the game.
EDMONTON — It was the love of the game that originally brought them together nearly 40 years ago, but this weekend it was the love and respect of one of their own. In 1977, head coach Jim Lazaruk, ‘Coach Laz’ as everyone on his team called him, led the Edmonton Wildcats to a Canadian Junior Football championship. Now, 38 years later Coach Laz was the inspiration behind a team reunion. “It’s great to have them all here,” Lazaruk said Saturday. Thirty-eight members of the 1977 championship team came together at Lazaruk’s home in Sherwood Park Saturday morning. Coach Laz was …Full Story
The Edmonton Wildcats celebrated a 35-33 victory over the Edmonton Huskies tonight at Clarke Stadium. The Huskies took the lead in the first quarter with a touchdown with only 1:38 left, bringing the score to 7-0. The Wildcats made a comeback in the second quarter with an Olson to Olson pass, tying the game with 5:09 left. The Huskies reciprocated with a touchdown, followed by a field goal with only 0:10 left in the first half, bringing the Huskies to a lead of 17-7. Wildcat Armand Katamba ran one in with 9:45 left in the 3rd, narrowing the Husky lead …Full Story