Stettler Wildcats win first playoff game

Beats Wetaskiwin Sabres 32-19

Stettler Wildcats win first playoff game beating Wetaskiwin Sabres 32-19.

The Wildcats have gone the entire season with no losses.

The Wildcats next game will be on Saturday, Nov. 3 at home starting at 1 p.m. against the Sylvan Lake Lakers.

“This is going to be for our league championship,” said Head Coach Norbert Baharally.

After that, the Wildcats be the quarterfinals of the Tier 4 Provincial Championships. This game would be Saturday, Nov. 10 in Edmonton, and possibly against the Ardrossan Bisons.

If the Wildcats win they advance to the Tier 4 Provincial Championships semi-finals on Saturday, Nov. 17.

“If we happen to still be in, the Tier 4 Provincial Final would be played in Fort McMurray on Friday, Nov. 23 at 7:00 p.m., said Head Coach Baharally.

Wildcats players are: Kody Dennis, Justin Matchett, Cole Nichols, Liam Fitzgerald, Noah McKay, Steele Nichols, Carson Neitz, Brett Mercier, Kelly Page, Liam McQuay, Gavin McQuay, Mason McLaughlin, Greyson Loshny, Dan Lesage, J.D. Lovell, Blake O’Connor, Reece Kranzler, Curtis Myshaniuk, Ty Zitaruk, Bryce George, Myles Ecklund, Dexter Connell, Jacob Buchwitz, Luke Martin, Ty Dowling, Declan McCord, Eric Coleman, Lincoln Carey, Myles Niehaus, Tanner Mimnagh and Carson Mottus.

The coaches are: Head coach – Norbert Baharally; Guy Neitz: Offensive Coordinator & QB’s; Brian Matchett: Defensive Coordinator & LB’s; Bob Sanders: Running Backs; Dwight; Myshaniuk: Running Backs; Sean Zitaruk: Receivers; Shaun Page: Defensive Backs; Thomas Schmidt: Offensive Line; Bradin LaPointe: Offensive Line; Grant Mailer: Defensive Line; Curtis McCord: LB’s; Nick Baharally: LB’s; Trainers: Bev Stewart & Kally Stewart; General Manager: Amy Gilbert; Equipment Manager: Tim Loshny; Video and Game Day Manager: Colby Niehaus

 

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