The Fort Saskatchewan Peewee Falcons dominated their competition.
It was a perfect ending to the season as the Fort defeated the Camrose Buffaloes 36-6 in the league finals on Sunday (Nov.4).

"This week all we said was 'do what you do, because you guys know what works for you' and they went out there and just got it done," said coach John Lochtie. "It was fun to watch them change and get better every week."
The Falcons dominated all season, including a commanding 62-13 win over the Sherwood Park Wolverines in the league semifinals.
"I am so proud of them. I never got to be a champion when I was a kid and it's not very often you can call yourself a champion and that's what I hope they relish and enjoy it," added Lochtie.
Finishing the season with an undefeated 11-0 record, the peewees will be graduating more than 10 players onto a bantam Falcons squad, who are rebuilding after their 2017 championship.


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