The Latest from the Edmonton Wildcats

Wildcats acquire Wild Kittens.

And no, we did not adopt kittens…yet. Two of our Wildcats coaches have had a busy offseason with the births of their precious new babies. Coach Jordan Olson and girlfriend Dallas welcomed little Paisleigh at the end of October just in time for Halloween. And Coach Tanner Lestus and girlfriend Janine welcomed little Grayson recently as well. The Wildcats CREW is so excited for both coaches and to watch these little ones grow up!

Dalke recieves All Canadian Defensive Award

Damn, Jayden. This seems to be a common theme as we work our way through the CJFL offseason this year, and awards are released from the conference and the league. Jayden Dalke (21) was named as an All Canadian Defensive Back, finishing the season leading the league with 61 tackles, 4 assisted tackles, 1 sack and 1 interception. Again, the Wildcats organization is incredibly proud of Jayden and all of the hard work he continuously puts out each and every day, both on and off the field.

Prairie Football Conference Major Awards

The Praire Football Conference has released their Outstanding Player Award Winners for the 2017 Season. Out of the 13 recipients, Wildcats Defensive Back Jayden Dalke (21) was awarded the Outstanding Defensive Back Award! The Wildcats Organization is extremely proud of Jayden, and his impressive season that included 61 tackles and 4 assisted tackles! Read the entire release from the CJFL here.  

Obenauer selected for U-18 International Bowl Coaching Staff

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/

October 10, 2017 – Darrin Park’s Day

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.

2017 Banquet

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.