Battle River Shock in action against Edmonton Seahawks.

Battle River Shock suffers third loss of the season

The team lost 51-14 to the Edmonton Seahawks on Saturday, April 8.

As the football season gets into gear, many Stettler and area players have been playing the sport as part of the Battle River Shock football team.

Despite a 51-14 loss against the Edmonton Seahawks on Saturday, April 8 at Clareview Turf Field in Edmonton, there were signs of overall improvement throughout the team.

Stettler’s Brett Mercier had two kickoff returns, one punt return and received three passes with a 19-yard gain overall, while Stettler’s Steele Nichols had a strong showing with three kickoffs for a total of 147 yards, as well as five tackles and five assists on the defensive side.

Their next game will be played at the ME Global field in Lacombe on Friday, April 14, at 1 p.m.

 

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