Saturday, 20 January 17:00-18:00 Turf Training Center Saturday, 27 January 17:00-18:00 Turf Training Center Saturday, 3 February 19:00-21:00 Foote Field Bubble Saturday, 17 February 17:00-18:00 Turf Training Center Sunday, 18 February 17:00-19:00 Foote Field Bubble Saturday, 10 March 17:00-18:00 Turf Training Center Saturday, 17 March 17:00-18:00 Turf Training Center Sunday, 18 March 17:00-19:00 Foote Field Bubble Addresses: Turf Training Center 5820 59 Avenue NW Edmonton, AB T6B 3G9 Foote Field Bubble 11601 68 Avenue Edmonton, AB T6G 2E1 ** You must sign a waiver before you can participate in team workouts. Waivers will be available there. If you are under …Full Story
The Latest from the Edmonton Wildcats
January 6 Volunteer at the Edmonton Food Bank 10:30am-1:00pm Contact Meghann to sign up January 20 Turf Training @ Turf Training Center 5820 59 Ave NW, Edmonton 5:00-6:00pm January 27 Turf Training @ Turf Training Center 5820 59 Ave NW, Edmonton 5:00-6:00pm
The 2017 Gary Lefebvre Community Service Award recipient is Bray Josue. This memorial award is awarded to the Wildcat who demonstrates the strongest commitment to giving back to the community. The recipient is also nominated for the PFC Al Park Community Service Award. Bray joined the Wildcats in 2013 from Holy Rosary High School in Lloydminster. Bray’s high energy and positive attitude made him a favourite on the team almost instantly. Although he has been a running back for his entire Wildcat career, Bray has been looked up to by all units, and players both older and younger than him. …Full Story
At the end of each season our athletes are given the opportunity to vote for each other for the team awards. The 2017 award winners are: Special Teams Player of the Year – Isaiah Brown Lineman of the Year Award – Evin Kochisarli Back of the Year Award – Jayden Dalke Rookie of the Year Award – Riley Thompson Jay Meraw Award – Bray Josue * Awarded to the player with the best Wildcat attitude Peter Smith Memorial Award – Kieran Bell/Garret Hauck * Awarded to the player who contributes the most with the least recognition Most Valuable Player – …Full Story
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!
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.