The Fort High Sting were heavily outmatched at home by the Ardrossan Bisons.
Snow wasn't slowing down the Bisons on the road as they jumped out to a 21-0 lead after the first quarter on Friday night (Oct.12).
"We're still super young. It's just a matter of kids who want to make plays and kids who don't want to make plays," said Sting head coach Tyler Hussey.
Things got well out of hand in the second half. Injuries started to pile up for Fort High and the game was called in the third quarter. Ardrossan won 38-0.
"They're up by 38 and if they're not putting in their backups, there's no reason in having all our guys get hurt," added Hussey.
Fort Saskatchewan moves to 2-3 on the year while Ardrossan remains undefeated (5-0).
Its been a tough go or the Sting as of recent. Last week they lost to Sturgeon 40-6.
Playoffs get underway Thursday for the Sting, as they look to defend their Gilfillan Championship. The game will be played at 5 p.m., but whether it will be at Riel Park or Emerald Hills Regional Park is still to be determined.



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