Stettler Wildcats maul visiting Camrose 42-7

Home game Oct. 6 boosts Wildcats to 4-1, sixth place in Tier IV

By Stu Salkeld The Stettler Independent

Do you want to know what Football Alberta Tier IV coaches and players around the province are thinking right now?

“Whatever they’re feeding those football players in Stettler, I want some!”

The Stettler Wildcats are 4-1 in Tier IV and are coming off a fresh 42-7 victory against the visiting Camrose squad Oct. 6.

After a scoreless first quarter under the hometown floodlights, Noah McKay opened the scoring with a touchdown, followed later in the first half by a TD from Steele Nichols and another early in the second half from Kelly Page.

A lone touchdown by Camrose followed at 10:07 of the third quarter, but it was all Wildcats from there. More TD’s were scored by Nick Landers, McKay, Page and one more for McKay.

A major road stint is looming for the Wildcats, as their next two games are on the road. Next up on Friday the 13th is undefeated Tier III Frank Maddock (4-0) in Drayton Valley, a major clash for these two teams playing excellent football. Following that, the Wildcats travel to Rocky to face the Rebels on Friday, Oct. 19.

editor@stettlerindependent.com

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