Titans undefeated at tournament | DrumhellerMail
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Titans undefeated at tournament


    The Titans will be carrying their head high to San Diego and then the fall season, after a strong showing at a spring tournament.
    The senior Titans were in Okotoks to play at the tournament on Saturday, June 5. It was a training format where each team was given 10 possessions each to make their charge. This gave each team the same amount of offensive and defensive possessions.
    Teams in attendance included Whitecourt, Pincher Creek, Catholic Central High School out of Lethbridge and Wetaskiwin.
    In the end, the Titans posted ties versus Pincher Creek and Catholic Central and won versus Whitecourt and Wetaskiwin.
    Coach Jason Rasmussen told The Mail the win versus Wetaskiwin was the sweetest.
    He said the play was back and fourth, but as the end closed in, the Titans came together and “stream rolled” Wetaskiwin, scoring three touchdowns towards the end of the game.
    Rasmussen explains when many of his players were in Grade 9 they were beaten out by Wetaskiwin. Many of the same players were back on the field, and this time Drumheller had the moral victory.
    That is it for the Senior Titans until fall begins to roll around. Registration day is On Sunday, August 15, and then from August 23-29 the senior travel team will be in San Diego to play in a tournament in preparation for the regular season.

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