Wildcats romp

The Stettler Wildcats ran their record to 4-0 with a 64-0 rout of the expansion Ponoka Broncs

Wildcats' rout

The Stettler Wildcats ran their record to 4-0 with a 64-0 rout of the expansion Ponoka Broncs in Central Alberta High School Football League action last Thursday at Ponoka.

Tyler Stewart and Justin Fleischhacker each scored two touchdowns, and singles went to Austin Cherewko, Clayton Steen, Thomas Cassidy, Parker Cassidy and Samuel Thurston. Frank van Ommeren kicked seven converts and a field goal, while Stephen Zuk capably handled the quarterback duties.

The Wildcats face a tougher test this Friday at Sylvan Lake.

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