Central Albertans invited to Team Alberta Camp

Fifteen players from the Central Alberta High School Football League have been invited to the Team Alberta selection camp, May 11-13 at Edmonton’s Foote Field. Both Notre Dame and Hunting Hills have four players each with three from Stettler.

Fifteen players from the Central Alberta High School Football League have been invited to the Team Alberta selection camp, May 11-13 at Edmonton’s Foote Field.

Both Notre Dame and Hunting Hills have four players each with three from Stettler.

Quarterback Scott Pearson, receiver Ashton Hall, defensive lineman Bryce Johnson and defensive back Logan Sinclair represent Hunting Hills with receiver Brady Podloski, offensive lineman Joe McQuay, linebacker Luc Laplante and defensive back Kaelan MacDonald from Notre Dame.

Defensive lineman Bryce Fisher and linebackers Nicholas Baharally and Ty Page are from Stettler with receiver Tyler Ledwos and offensive lineman Tyler Sloboda from Sylvan Lake.

Defensive linemen Samuel Pharand of Lindsay Thurber and Dilshant Garcha of Camrose round out the Central Alberta crew with Gino Castellan of Notre Dame the team’s general manager.

Defensive back Quade Smith is from Olds.

Forty of the 118 players invited will compete for Team Alberta at the Football Canada Cup, July 14-21 in London, Ont.

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