BRETON AWARDED BRONZE

On January 6, 2014 the Alberta Schools Athletic Association (ASAA) formally presented the Breton Cougars Football team with Bronze Medals for their third place finish in 6-Man Football. In football the teams losing the semifinals are awarded bronze medals, but due to logistics the awards are presented later in the school year.

    Meanwhile several individuals from the squad have been identified as possible candidates for the Alberta Summer Games. Joe Thebeau, Logan Fenton, and Noah Gooderham are working hard during the off season and hope to make the Zone 4 team that will compete in the Alberta Summer games to be held in Airdrie in late July. Tryouts for the team are scheduled for May in Lacombe.

    At the same time four of the team’s senior players have been invited by the Edmonton Junior Huskies to work out at one of their identifying camps.

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