Wildcat player Teron Garbutt runs one of his touchdown drives in their game against Camrose Trojans on Friday

Wildcat player Teron Garbutt runs one of his touchdown drives in their game against Camrose Trojans on Friday

Teron Garbutt dazzles again, Wildcats win 42-9

Wildcat player Teron Garbutt visited the end zone three times in Camrose, ensuring that Wildcats came home triumphant.

Wildcat player Teron Garbutt visited the end zone three times in Camrose, ensuring that Wildcats came home triumphant once again on Friday, Sept. 30. The team remains undefeated.

Scoring the first three touchdowns of the game, Garbutt gave his team a great lead from which to spearhead the Trojan defence.

The other three were scored by Noah McKay, Jordan Lane and Carson Neitz, with the golden toe of Steele Nichols scoring the convert safely each time.

“Our game went well for us this week and we ended up winning,” said Head Coach Norbert Baharally. “This was our toughest game thus far and our guys did phenomenally well.”

According to Baharally, the Wildcat defence was very strong and determined to hold Camrose to limited yards running and passing the ball.

“We were missing about four starters from defence and our other guys stepped up and filled in really nicely,” added Baharally. “Our defence had a great second half with very few opportunities for Camrose to get any significant drives going, which put our offence on the field more often.”

Offensively, explained Baharally, the Wildcats had a very balanced attack with running the ball and passing the ball.

“Our offensive line did a good job by creating holes for our running backs to get through and that allowed our quarterback enough time to throw the ball when necessary,” stated Baharally. “Our next game on Thursday will be a big test for us against Sylvan Lake as they are also undefeated this year. We need to play a solid game on offence, defence and special teams if we want to come out on top.”

Wildcats face Sylvan Lake on Thursday, Oct. 6 in an away game at 4 p.m.