Shock lose


CDMFA Midget Football Action from Clarke Park: In Tier I, the Parkland Predators beat the Battle River Shock 33-2. The Shock gave up 315 yards on the ground, and took 100 yards in penalties in the loss. Two Grade 10 players from Stettler played well, Morgan Loshny at QB hitting 50 per cent of his passes for 84 yards, and Ty Page on Defence, in on several tackles and picking up one fumble recovery. Travis Loov (Sherwood Park) played well on both the offensive and defensive line in the loss. The Shock’s next opponent is the Edmonton Chargers, next Saturday 11am at Clarke.

Tier II play saw the Battle River Shock and the Sherwood Park Wolverines battle to a 0-0 tie. In a game dominated by both defenses, the Shock had several standouts, Anthony Rodgers (Stettler), Nolan Meagher (Lacombe), and Dusty Fowler (Red Deer) all had fumble recoveries. Trenton L’Ecluse (Lacombe) provided outstanding coverage, made multiple tackles and had a 14 yard QB sack. Ian Krause (Wetaskiwin) preserved the win with several outstanding punts with the game on the line. Unbeaten in two, the Shock’s next action is this Wednesday against the Edmonton Seahawks, location and time TBA.

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