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After the league championship win against Lindsay Thurber earlier this month, Stettler Cougars had more reason to celebrate as four...
The road for the Stettler Cougars in the post-season was short as the Cougars were defeated on home turf 9-7 by challengers Lethbridge...
After a long and well-fought game, Stettler Cougars were crowned the 2016 league champions as they beat Lindsay Thurber 40-24 in a...
Stettler Cougars gave one of their season-best performances to win their home game against Olds 23-0 on Saturday, Oct. 29.
Stettler Panthers played the Red Deer Hornets on Saturday, Oct. 15 in a home game to fall 21-0.
Stettler Panthers were on a mission as they ran away with the game from Drumheller Titans 18-6 on Saturday, Oct. 8, giving them no...
Even though the Panthers looked good on the field on Saturday, Oct. 1 they were unable to maintain their momentum throughout the game.
Panthers scored their first season win last weekend as they beat Lacombe 6-0 in a “defensive battle” on Saturday, Sept. 24.
It was a great day of football as Stettler's teams won in away games in Red Deer this past Saturday, Sept. 17.
Stettler’s Bantam football team Cougars held their banquet and awards night on Thursday, Dec. 3 at the Wm. E. Hay Stettler Secondary Campus.
Even though the Stettler Cougars didn't bring home the title, coach Mark Neitz said he couldn't have been happier with the game.
The Stettler Bantam Cougars, are going on to play Lacombe under the lights in the league finals this Friday, Nov. 6.
Stettler Cougars and Panthers headed to Sylvan Lake on Saturday, Oct. 17, to face a solid team and the league champions respectively.
The Stettler Cougars lost 40-16 to Lindsay Thurber Raiders in their home game as several players remain off limits plagued by injuries.
It was another rough game for the Stettler Cougars, who this past Saturday travelled to Hunting Hills.
The Stettler Cougars faced a tough opponent when heading to Lacombe on Sept. 26, and though they did their best to harry the home team.
Ponoka Junior Broncs didn't have the warmest welcome at their match against Stettler, going down 64-0 to the Cougars.
The victory was resounding as Stettler Cougars claimed the first win of the season, defeating Red Deer Notre Dame 72-0.
While the Stettler Cougars Bantam coach Ernie Shirreff knew the first games of the season were going to be rough
The Stettler Cougars faced the Hunting Hills Lightning this past Saturday in a match-up that pitted a young team