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The Wildcats suffered a defeat at the hands of Hunting Hills, losing the semi-final playoff, 35-19.
After Rocky Mountain House failed to play Stettler on Monday, May 15, the Wildcats moved up to the top spot in Pool B.
The Wildcats walked away with a decisive 52-0 victory after a great season opener.
The teams both played to their full potential, despite less-than-appropriate conditions.
The team is looking forward to repeating last year’s successful run, which was cut short at the decisive final in Calgary.
Stettler Wildcats girls’ rugby team has started training and preparing for the season as they look forward to playing some big games.
Wm. E. Hay Stettler Secondary Campus had their senior girls' basketball team head to Cuba to participate in a skills workshop...
It was a great finale for the high school team Stettler Wildcats as nine of the players, the maximum a team can have, were recognized...
It was a fight to the finish as Stettler Wildcats faced off against Bow Valley Bobcats in the tier IV league championship final at...
Despite a great fight, Stettler Wildcats fell to Bow Valley in the provincial championship game in Calgary on Saturday, Nov. 26.
Stettler Wildcats played a consistent game as they defeated Sexsmith Sabres in Grand Prairie, 27-14 this past Saturday, Nov. 19.
The Wildcats defeated Ardrossan Bisons 36-19 on Saturday, Nov. 12 in Edmonton and will be heading to the provincial semi-finals in....
Stettler Wildcats lost to Sylvan Lake in the league final 33-14 on Saturday afternoon, Nov. 5.
Wildcats displayed great prowess as they defeated Wetaskiwin Sabres 42-20, scoring six touchdowns with subsequent converts in their...
Another great performance by Wildcats with six touchdowns had the Rebels packing early on with the final score being 48-0 on Oct. 17.