The Senior Titans are 5-0 and have moved up to the number 4 spot in the province after a big win in Pincher Creek.
The Titans travelled south on Saturday and pulled out a 43-20 win. While Coach Ken Fournier said there were a lot of areas where the team needs to improve, he was happy with the win.
‘Their defense came at us quickly. Offensively we had some issues with our snaps and the wind caused a lot of problems,” he said. “Most of our wounds in the game were self-inflicted.”
What was working is the Titans’ ability to make big plays.
“We had big-play capabilities and that is what carried us through the game,” he said. “We did flex our muscles a bit and that we do have offensive power and we can create turnovers ourselves.”
Some of the big plays came from Connor Enns who had two kick return touchdowns, one for 108 yards. Gavin Armstrong had an interception and Sam Jung was able to connect on all his conversions and even ran one in himself.
He says there are quite a few areas they need to clean up.
“ We had four fumbles for turnovers, three from the same player, so we are not too happy about that, they were trying to do too much,” said Fournier
This weekend the Titans are back on their home field and are facing Canmore. A win by the Titans would secure home field for the league final. The following Friday they are hosting Lindsay Thurber
‘We are 5-0 now and we are gaining steam, we are starting to put everything together. It has been a lot of homework for the guys,” he said.
He says in the south the picture is shaping up down the stretch.
“Tier four seems like a pretty good story,” said Fournier. “In the south right now, Claresholm is looking strong and Taber has some really good games behind them so it is going to come down to the final to see who is the best team.”