Central Alberta Football

An HJ Cody Lakers player runs the ball into the end zone during Thursday’s game against the Notre Dame Cougars. (Photo by Michaela Ludwig)

Sylvan Lake Minor Football celebrates 25 years

This year marks a quarter of a century that youth football has…

 

Bucs player Todd Lewis in the donation chair. (Submitted file photo)

Central Alberta Bucs vs. Red Deer Titans in ‘Winter Blood Fest’ challenge

Two teams face off to see which club can donate the most units of blood

 

John Flinn coaches members of the Sylvan Lake Peewee Bears at halftime. Photo Submitted.

Sylvan Lake Bears’ coach recipient of Football Alberta award

John Flinn, defensive coordinator, was honoured with the Atom/Peewee Coach of the Year Award

 

Photo Courtesy of the Central Alberta Buccaneers’ Facebook page.

Sylvan Laker named Central Alberta Buccaneers’ head coach

Geoff Rambaut has years of coaching experience under his belt and was once a Buccaneer himself

Photo Courtesy of the Central Alberta Buccaneers’ Facebook page.
Two Sylvan Lake football products in Top 140 players in the province

Two Sylvan Lake football products in Top 140 players in the province

Cody Peever and Rueben Braitenback are working for a spot with Team Alberta’s U18 team

Two Sylvan Lake football products in Top 140 players in the province
Lakers head coach reflects on 20 years of football in Sylvan Lake

Lakers head coach reflects on 20 years of football in Sylvan Lake

The H.J. Cody Lakers football team began in 1997 under the direction of Jeremy Braitenback

Lakers head coach reflects on 20 years of football in Sylvan Lake
STRONG D - The Central Alberta Buccaneers put on a strong defensive game playing the Fort McMurray Monarchs on June 24. Unfortunately, the team’s offense was unable to find their placing and lost 47-7. PHOTO SUBMITTED BY ALTHEA LEWIS/CENTRAL ALBERTA BUCCANEERS

Buccaneers kneel to Monarchs

The Bucs fell to the For McMurray Monarchs 47-7 on June 24

STRONG D - The Central Alberta Buccaneers put on a strong defensive game playing the Fort McMurray Monarchs on June 24. Unfortunately, the team’s offense was unable to find their placing and lost 47-7. PHOTO SUBMITTED BY ALTHEA LEWIS/CENTRAL ALBERTA BUCCANEERS
STRONG D - The Central Alberta Buccaneers put on a strong defensive game playing the Fort McMurray Monarchs on June 24. Unfortunately, the team’s offense was unable to find their placing and lost 47-7. PHOTO SUBMITTED BY ALTHEA LEWIS/CENTRAL ALBERTA BUCCANEERS

Buccaneers kneel to Monarchs

The Bucs fell to the For McMurray Monarchs 47-7 on June 24

STRONG D - The Central Alberta Buccaneers put on a strong defensive game playing the Fort McMurray Monarchs on June 24. Unfortunately, the team’s offense was unable to find their placing and lost 47-7. PHOTO SUBMITTED BY ALTHEA LEWIS/CENTRAL ALBERTA BUCCANEERS