Sting Football is on fire.
On May 27, the team, made up of Fort High and JPII students, tied their first game and won the next two in the Westlock Jamboree.
On Saturday, the momentum from Westlock continued as they won all three of their games in the M. E. Lazerte Jamboree on Saturday (June 3).
Their spring camp has wrapped up with 30 players taking part.
The Sting are looking to add to their team, welcoming students entering grades ten, 11 and 12, attending either Fort High or JPII.
The high school football's season kicks off on August 21.

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