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Bulldogs tackle high hopes

08/23/2014, 3:00pm MDT
By Jeff Hansen - St. Albert Gazette

Bellerose senior team expects to challenge for playoff honours in high school football

Expectations are enormous for the Bellerose Bulldogs in high school football after a four-win season as semifinalists in the first year of the metro and public league merger.

“We’re very excited this year. We’re definitely hoping to crack the playoffs again and the goal is the Carr conference championship,” said John Comeau, a two-way Grade 12 Bulldog. “Last year we took the league by surprise actually. We were supposed to be one of the bottom feeder teams and we actually ended up making the second round of the playoffs.”

The only division one team in St. Albert proved it can compete with the Tier I (1,250-plus students) provincial contenders in the revamped metro Edmonton circuit and in the process silenced its critics.

“With the success of last season, what it did is basically instil confidence in these players that they belong in the Carr conference,” said Chad Hill, head coach of the No. 7-ranked Tier I team in Alberta in 2013. “Last year the turning point in our season was after a tight loss to Harry Ainlay (22-12). We hadn’t won yet (at 0-2) and we told the boys we were so close but that’s not good enough. You’ve got to believe that you can compete and win in this league because we can. It was a couple of plays here and there in the first two weeks of the season that went against us and we lost but I don’t think the players at that point believed that they could win at that level against those teams.”

The Bulldogs will huddle up with a roster loaded with talent from the 2012 and 2013 undefeated Bellerose junior championship teams when league play kicks off in two weeks.

“There are a lot of players on the senior roster that have won a junior championship and some of the players haven’t had a loss in high school football so I hope they have the right attitude and the whole culture of preparing to be successful and to win and I sense that,” Hill said. “There has been some success these kids have experienced at the high school level and I think they believe in themselves, which is very, very important. It’s one thing to have a talented team but if they don’t believe in themselves you can’t get the results. I feel these players right now are playing with the right level of confidence but by no means do I sense that they’re cocky.”

The heavy hitters in the Carr include the Salisbury Sabres (defending champions and Tier I north finalists), Harry Ainlay Titans (Tier I south finalists), Spruce Grove Panthers (Carr finalists), Austin O’Brien Crusaders (three-time reigning Tier II Alberta Bowl champions), Bev Facey Falcons, Jasper Place Rebels and Ross Sheppard Thunderbirds.

“We’re in a fantastic league and no game is an easy game. If you look at last year everybody but one team in our league had a provincial top 10 ranking. Our boys are aware of that but I think that motivates them and I’m hoping throughout the year they’re going to rise to the occasion because they know you can’t take a day off because every game is a big game here,” said Hill.

The field general of the senior team since 2008 and the junior team since 2005 is confident the Bulldogs will exceeded last year’s 4-5 record.

“I believe we can be a better overall team than we were last year,” Hill said. “We’re a very different looking team this year. Last year we had a lot of size and a lot of power. This year we’re going to have to rely a lot more on our quickness and our speed.”

On both sides of the ball the Bulldogs are athletic and skilled.

“On defence we have a lot of team speed and we have a lot of guys that are very, very comfortable and familiar with the defensive system that we play,” Hill said. “On offence I feel that we can probably spread the ball around a little bit better and utilize the facets of the offensive game that we weren’t able to incorporate so much last year so we’ll probably be a more diverse offence this year and that’s out of necessity. I’m not going to lie; we lost some very strong, big players and they could do some things that we’re not going to ask these players to do but at the same time these players are very dynamic and they can open up an offence in ways that last year’s power guys didn’t.”

Offensive gems

At quarterback the Bulldogs are in great shape with Grade 11 transfer student Morgan Sherban, the division three MVP with the Gilfillan champion Fort Saskatchewan Sting, and Trace Stuht, last year’s junior MVP in pool B as a Grade 11 Dawg, at the controls.

Both players also shared reps on the St. Albert Storm midget spring league team this year.

“We have two players who haven’t yet been proven in the Carr conference in the senior level but both come with tremendous success in the leagues that they’re coming from. Trace was a phenomenal leader for our junior team and he made plays for us to be a championship team and Morgan exhibited those same attributes with his Fort Saskatchewan team and they went undefeated in division three,” Hill said. “We’re very, very happy to have both those players and they’re both football players. They both repped at quarterback and defensive back and Trace has run some reps at receiver too. Both those guys are going to see lots and lots of field time.”

Comeau, 17, sees potential throughout the Bellerose lineup.

“We had a championship win in junior last year so we have a lot of feeder guys coming up and we have a whole bunch of starters returning. All the tools are in place,” said the six-foot-three, 230-pound Bulldog, a linebacker last year who will line up this season at defensive end while splitting time at slotback and fullback.

Fall camp opened with 85 players from Bellerose and Sturgeon Composite registered to play senior or junior this year. The seniors make their debut Sept. 5 against Jasper Place at 2:30 p.m. at Johnny Bright Park and the juniors have a Sept. 9 exhibition date against Bev Facey at 7:30 p.m. in Sherwood Park.

Last year the Bulldogs knocked Jasper Place out of the Carr playoffs with a 23-21 win and beat the junior team 21-17 in the division one final to finish 7-0.

“It goes without saying after one year we’ve developed a rivalry with them so to open the season with them on a Friday afternoon and it’s their homecoming is exciting. We’re off early (at school) on Friday and we’re hoping we get the fan buses packed and it’s a fun day of football,” Hill said.

Next week the Bulldogs travel to California for an exhibition under American rules against the Arrowhead Christian Academy Eagles on Friday in Redlands.

“We’re super pumped. It’s going to be a great. It’s going to be a lot of work but there will be a lot of team bonding so there is a lot of upside to it,” said Comeau, who’s brother and Bulldogs’ alumnus, James, is an offensive lineman for St. Francis Xavier University.

 COMMUNITY BUILDER - Lorraine Gray accepts a Community Recognition award on behalf of her brother, Larry Olexiuk, on Thursday evening. CANDACE ELLIOT/St. Albert Gazette
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BULLDOGS NEWS

Bulldogs tackle high hopes

08/23/2014, 3:00pm MDT
By Jeff Hansen - St. Albert Gazette

Bellerose senior team expects to challenge for playoff honours in high school football

Expectations are enormous for the Bellerose Bulldogs in high school football after a four-win season as semifinalists in the first year of the metro and public league merger.

“We’re very excited this year. We’re definitely hoping to crack the playoffs again and the goal is the Carr conference championship,” said John Comeau, a two-way Grade 12 Bulldog. “Last year we took the league by surprise actually. We were supposed to be one of the bottom feeder teams and we actually ended up making the second round of the playoffs.”

The only division one team in St. Albert proved it can compete with the Tier I (1,250-plus students) provincial contenders in the revamped metro Edmonton circuit and in the process silenced its critics.

“With the success of last season, what it did is basically instil confidence in these players that they belong in the Carr conference,” said Chad Hill, head coach of the No. 7-ranked Tier I team in Alberta in 2013. “Last year the turning point in our season was after a tight loss to Harry Ainlay (22-12). We hadn’t won yet (at 0-2) and we told the boys we were so close but that’s not good enough. You’ve got to believe that you can compete and win in this league because we can. It was a couple of plays here and there in the first two weeks of the season that went against us and we lost but I don’t think the players at that point believed that they could win at that level against those teams.”

The Bulldogs will huddle up with a roster loaded with talent from the 2012 and 2013 undefeated Bellerose junior championship teams when league play kicks off in two weeks.

“There are a lot of players on the senior roster that have won a junior championship and some of the players haven’t had a loss in high school football so I hope they have the right attitude and the whole culture of preparing to be successful and to win and I sense that,” Hill said. “There has been some success these kids have experienced at the high school level and I think they believe in themselves, which is very, very important. It’s one thing to have a talented team but if they don’t believe in themselves you can’t get the results. I feel these players right now are playing with the right level of confidence but by no means do I sense that they’re cocky.”

The heavy hitters in the Carr include the Salisbury Sabres (defending champions and Tier I north finalists), Harry Ainlay Titans (Tier I south finalists), Spruce Grove Panthers (Carr finalists), Austin O’Brien Crusaders (three-time reigning Tier II Alberta Bowl champions), Bev Facey Falcons, Jasper Place Rebels and Ross Sheppard Thunderbirds.

“We’re in a fantastic league and no game is an easy game. If you look at last year everybody but one team in our league had a provincial top 10 ranking. Our boys are aware of that but I think that motivates them and I’m hoping throughout the year they’re going to rise to the occasion because they know you can’t take a day off because every game is a big game here,” said Hill.

The field general of the senior team since 2008 and the junior team since 2005 is confident the Bulldogs will exceeded last year’s 4-5 record.

“I believe we can be a better overall team than we were last year,” Hill said. “We’re a very different looking team this year. Last year we had a lot of size and a lot of power. This year we’re going to have to rely a lot more on our quickness and our speed.”

On both sides of the ball the Bulldogs are athletic and skilled.

“On defence we have a lot of team speed and we have a lot of guys that are very, very comfortable and familiar with the defensive system that we play,” Hill said. “On offence I feel that we can probably spread the ball around a little bit better and utilize the facets of the offensive game that we weren’t able to incorporate so much last year so we’ll probably be a more diverse offence this year and that’s out of necessity. I’m not going to lie; we lost some very strong, big players and they could do some things that we’re not going to ask these players to do but at the same time these players are very dynamic and they can open up an offence in ways that last year’s power guys didn’t.”

Offensive gems

At quarterback the Bulldogs are in great shape with Grade 11 transfer student Morgan Sherban, the division three MVP with the Gilfillan champion Fort Saskatchewan Sting, and Trace Stuht, last year’s junior MVP in pool B as a Grade 11 Dawg, at the controls.

Both players also shared reps on the St. Albert Storm midget spring league team this year.

“We have two players who haven’t yet been proven in the Carr conference in the senior level but both come with tremendous success in the leagues that they’re coming from. Trace was a phenomenal leader for our junior team and he made plays for us to be a championship team and Morgan exhibited those same attributes with his Fort Saskatchewan team and they went undefeated in division three,” Hill said. “We’re very, very happy to have both those players and they’re both football players. They both repped at quarterback and defensive back and Trace has run some reps at receiver too. Both those guys are going to see lots and lots of field time.”

Comeau, 17, sees potential throughout the Bellerose lineup.

“We had a championship win in junior last year so we have a lot of feeder guys coming up and we have a whole bunch of starters returning. All the tools are in place,” said the six-foot-three, 230-pound Bulldog, a linebacker last year who will line up this season at defensive end while splitting time at slotback and fullback.

Fall camp opened with 85 players from Bellerose and Sturgeon Composite registered to play senior or junior this year. The seniors make their debut Sept. 5 against Jasper Place at 2:30 p.m. at Johnny Bright Park and the juniors have a Sept. 9 exhibition date against Bev Facey at 7:30 p.m. in Sherwood Park.

Last year the Bulldogs knocked Jasper Place out of the Carr playoffs with a 23-21 win and beat the junior team 21-17 in the division one final to finish 7-0.

“It goes without saying after one year we’ve developed a rivalry with them so to open the season with them on a Friday afternoon and it’s their homecoming is exciting. We’re off early (at school) on Friday and we’re hoping we get the fan buses packed and it’s a fun day of football,” Hill said.

Next week the Bulldogs travel to California for an exhibition under American rules against the Arrowhead Christian Academy Eagles on Friday in Redlands.

“We’re super pumped. It’s going to be a great. It’s going to be a lot of work but there will be a lot of team bonding so there is a lot of upside to it,” said Comeau, who’s brother and Bulldogs’ alumnus, James, is an offensive lineman for St. Francis Xavier University.

 COMMUNITY BUILDER - Lorraine Gray accepts a Community Recognition award on behalf of her brother, Larry Olexiuk, on Thursday evening. CANDACE ELLIOT/St. Albert Gazette
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  • 05/18/2013, 6:00am MDT, By Jeff Hansen - St. Albert Gazette
  • Metro and Edmonton public league alliance creates ultra competitive football conferences
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BULLDOGS NEWS

Bulldogs tackle high hopes

08/23/2014, 3:00pm MDT
By Jeff Hansen - St. Albert Gazette

Bellerose senior team expects to challenge for playoff honours in high school football

Expectations are enormous for the Bellerose Bulldogs in high school football after a four-win season as semifinalists in the first year of the metro and public league merger.

“We’re very excited this year. We’re definitely hoping to crack the playoffs again and the goal is the Carr conference championship,” said John Comeau, a two-way Grade 12 Bulldog. “Last year we took the league by surprise actually. We were supposed to be one of the bottom feeder teams and we actually ended up making the second round of the playoffs.”

The only division one team in St. Albert proved it can compete with the Tier I (1,250-plus students) provincial contenders in the revamped metro Edmonton circuit and in the process silenced its critics.

“With the success of last season, what it did is basically instil confidence in these players that they belong in the Carr conference,” said Chad Hill, head coach of the No. 7-ranked Tier I team in Alberta in 2013. “Last year the turning point in our season was after a tight loss to Harry Ainlay (22-12). We hadn’t won yet (at 0-2) and we told the boys we were so close but that’s not good enough. You’ve got to believe that you can compete and win in this league because we can. It was a couple of plays here and there in the first two weeks of the season that went against us and we lost but I don’t think the players at that point believed that they could win at that level against those teams.”

The Bulldogs will huddle up with a roster loaded with talent from the 2012 and 2013 undefeated Bellerose junior championship teams when league play kicks off in two weeks.

“There are a lot of players on the senior roster that have won a junior championship and some of the players haven’t had a loss in high school football so I hope they have the right attitude and the whole culture of preparing to be successful and to win and I sense that,” Hill said. “There has been some success these kids have experienced at the high school level and I think they believe in themselves, which is very, very important. It’s one thing to have a talented team but if they don’t believe in themselves you can’t get the results. I feel these players right now are playing with the right level of confidence but by no means do I sense that they’re cocky.”

The heavy hitters in the Carr include the Salisbury Sabres (defending champions and Tier I north finalists), Harry Ainlay Titans (Tier I south finalists), Spruce Grove Panthers (Carr finalists), Austin O’Brien Crusaders (three-time reigning Tier II Alberta Bowl champions), Bev Facey Falcons, Jasper Place Rebels and Ross Sheppard Thunderbirds.

“We’re in a fantastic league and no game is an easy game. If you look at last year everybody but one team in our league had a provincial top 10 ranking. Our boys are aware of that but I think that motivates them and I’m hoping throughout the year they’re going to rise to the occasion because they know you can’t take a day off because every game is a big game here,” said Hill.

The field general of the senior team since 2008 and the junior team since 2005 is confident the Bulldogs will exceeded last year’s 4-5 record.

“I believe we can be a better overall team than we were last year,” Hill said. “We’re a very different looking team this year. Last year we had a lot of size and a lot of power. This year we’re going to have to rely a lot more on our quickness and our speed.”

On both sides of the ball the Bulldogs are athletic and skilled.

“On defence we have a lot of team speed and we have a lot of guys that are very, very comfortable and familiar with the defensive system that we play,” Hill said. “On offence I feel that we can probably spread the ball around a little bit better and utilize the facets of the offensive game that we weren’t able to incorporate so much last year so we’ll probably be a more diverse offence this year and that’s out of necessity. I’m not going to lie; we lost some very strong, big players and they could do some things that we’re not going to ask these players to do but at the same time these players are very dynamic and they can open up an offence in ways that last year’s power guys didn’t.”

Offensive gems

At quarterback the Bulldogs are in great shape with Grade 11 transfer student Morgan Sherban, the division three MVP with the Gilfillan champion Fort Saskatchewan Sting, and Trace Stuht, last year’s junior MVP in pool B as a Grade 11 Dawg, at the controls.

Both players also shared reps on the St. Albert Storm midget spring league team this year.

“We have two players who haven’t yet been proven in the Carr conference in the senior level but both come with tremendous success in the leagues that they’re coming from. Trace was a phenomenal leader for our junior team and he made plays for us to be a championship team and Morgan exhibited those same attributes with his Fort Saskatchewan team and they went undefeated in division three,” Hill said. “We’re very, very happy to have both those players and they’re both football players. They both repped at quarterback and defensive back and Trace has run some reps at receiver too. Both those guys are going to see lots and lots of field time.”

Comeau, 17, sees potential throughout the Bellerose lineup.

“We had a championship win in junior last year so we have a lot of feeder guys coming up and we have a whole bunch of starters returning. All the tools are in place,” said the six-foot-three, 230-pound Bulldog, a linebacker last year who will line up this season at defensive end while splitting time at slotback and fullback.

Fall camp opened with 85 players from Bellerose and Sturgeon Composite registered to play senior or junior this year. The seniors make their debut Sept. 5 against Jasper Place at 2:30 p.m. at Johnny Bright Park and the juniors have a Sept. 9 exhibition date against Bev Facey at 7:30 p.m. in Sherwood Park.

Last year the Bulldogs knocked Jasper Place out of the Carr playoffs with a 23-21 win and beat the junior team 21-17 in the division one final to finish 7-0.

“It goes without saying after one year we’ve developed a rivalry with them so to open the season with them on a Friday afternoon and it’s their homecoming is exciting. We’re off early (at school) on Friday and we’re hoping we get the fan buses packed and it’s a fun day of football,” Hill said.

Next week the Bulldogs travel to California for an exhibition under American rules against the Arrowhead Christian Academy Eagles on Friday in Redlands.

“We’re super pumped. It’s going to be a great. It’s going to be a lot of work but there will be a lot of team bonding so there is a lot of upside to it,” said Comeau, who’s brother and Bulldogs’ alumnus, James, is an offensive lineman for St. Francis Xavier University.

 COMMUNITY BUILDER - Lorraine Gray accepts a Community Recognition award on behalf of her brother, Larry Olexiuk, on Thursday evening. CANDACE ELLIOT/St. Albert Gazette
  • Teams tackle football format

  • 05/18/2013, 6:00am MDT, By Jeff Hansen - St. Albert Gazette
  • Metro and Edmonton public league alliance creates ultra competitive football conferences
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BULLDOGS NEWS

Bulldogs tackle high hopes

08/23/2014, 3:00pm MDT
By Jeff Hansen - St. Albert Gazette

Bellerose senior team expects to challenge for playoff honours in high school football

Expectations are enormous for the Bellerose Bulldogs in high school football after a four-win season as semifinalists in the first year of the metro and public league merger.

“We’re very excited this year. We’re definitely hoping to crack the playoffs again and the goal is the Carr conference championship,” said John Comeau, a two-way Grade 12 Bulldog. “Last year we took the league by surprise actually. We were supposed to be one of the bottom feeder teams and we actually ended up making the second round of the playoffs.”

The only division one team in St. Albert proved it can compete with the Tier I (1,250-plus students) provincial contenders in the revamped metro Edmonton circuit and in the process silenced its critics.

“With the success of last season, what it did is basically instil confidence in these players that they belong in the Carr conference,” said Chad Hill, head coach of the No. 7-ranked Tier I team in Alberta in 2013. “Last year the turning point in our season was after a tight loss to Harry Ainlay (22-12). We hadn’t won yet (at 0-2) and we told the boys we were so close but that’s not good enough. You’ve got to believe that you can compete and win in this league because we can. It was a couple of plays here and there in the first two weeks of the season that went against us and we lost but I don’t think the players at that point believed that they could win at that level against those teams.”

The Bulldogs will huddle up with a roster loaded with talent from the 2012 and 2013 undefeated Bellerose junior championship teams when league play kicks off in two weeks.

“There are a lot of players on the senior roster that have won a junior championship and some of the players haven’t had a loss in high school football so I hope they have the right attitude and the whole culture of preparing to be successful and to win and I sense that,” Hill said. “There has been some success these kids have experienced at the high school level and I think they believe in themselves, which is very, very important. It’s one thing to have a talented team but if they don’t believe in themselves you can’t get the results. I feel these players right now are playing with the right level of confidence but by no means do I sense that they’re cocky.”

The heavy hitters in the Carr include the Salisbury Sabres (defending champions and Tier I north finalists), Harry Ainlay Titans (Tier I south finalists), Spruce Grove Panthers (Carr finalists), Austin O’Brien Crusaders (three-time reigning Tier II Alberta Bowl champions), Bev Facey Falcons, Jasper Place Rebels and Ross Sheppard Thunderbirds.

“We’re in a fantastic league and no game is an easy game. If you look at last year everybody but one team in our league had a provincial top 10 ranking. Our boys are aware of that but I think that motivates them and I’m hoping throughout the year they’re going to rise to the occasion because they know you can’t take a day off because every game is a big game here,” said Hill.

The field general of the senior team since 2008 and the junior team since 2005 is confident the Bulldogs will exceeded last year’s 4-5 record.

“I believe we can be a better overall team than we were last year,” Hill said. “We’re a very different looking team this year. Last year we had a lot of size and a lot of power. This year we’re going to have to rely a lot more on our quickness and our speed.”

On both sides of the ball the Bulldogs are athletic and skilled.

“On defence we have a lot of team speed and we have a lot of guys that are very, very comfortable and familiar with the defensive system that we play,” Hill said. “On offence I feel that we can probably spread the ball around a little bit better and utilize the facets of the offensive game that we weren’t able to incorporate so much last year so we’ll probably be a more diverse offence this year and that’s out of necessity. I’m not going to lie; we lost some very strong, big players and they could do some things that we’re not going to ask these players to do but at the same time these players are very dynamic and they can open up an offence in ways that last year’s power guys didn’t.”

Offensive gems

At quarterback the Bulldogs are in great shape with Grade 11 transfer student Morgan Sherban, the division three MVP with the Gilfillan champion Fort Saskatchewan Sting, and Trace Stuht, last year’s junior MVP in pool B as a Grade 11 Dawg, at the controls.

Both players also shared reps on the St. Albert Storm midget spring league team this year.

“We have two players who haven’t yet been proven in the Carr conference in the senior level but both come with tremendous success in the leagues that they’re coming from. Trace was a phenomenal leader for our junior team and he made plays for us to be a championship team and Morgan exhibited those same attributes with his Fort Saskatchewan team and they went undefeated in division three,” Hill said. “We’re very, very happy to have both those players and they’re both football players. They both repped at quarterback and defensive back and Trace has run some reps at receiver too. Both those guys are going to see lots and lots of field time.”

Comeau, 17, sees potential throughout the Bellerose lineup.

“We had a championship win in junior last year so we have a lot of feeder guys coming up and we have a whole bunch of starters returning. All the tools are in place,” said the six-foot-three, 230-pound Bulldog, a linebacker last year who will line up this season at defensive end while splitting time at slotback and fullback.

Fall camp opened with 85 players from Bellerose and Sturgeon Composite registered to play senior or junior this year. The seniors make their debut Sept. 5 against Jasper Place at 2:30 p.m. at Johnny Bright Park and the juniors have a Sept. 9 exhibition date against Bev Facey at 7:30 p.m. in Sherwood Park.

Last year the Bulldogs knocked Jasper Place out of the Carr playoffs with a 23-21 win and beat the junior team 21-17 in the division one final to finish 7-0.

“It goes without saying after one year we’ve developed a rivalry with them so to open the season with them on a Friday afternoon and it’s their homecoming is exciting. We’re off early (at school) on Friday and we’re hoping we get the fan buses packed and it’s a fun day of football,” Hill said.

Next week the Bulldogs travel to California for an exhibition under American rules against the Arrowhead Christian Academy Eagles on Friday in Redlands.

“We’re super pumped. It’s going to be a great. It’s going to be a lot of work but there will be a lot of team bonding so there is a lot of upside to it,” said Comeau, who’s brother and Bulldogs’ alumnus, James, is an offensive lineman for St. Francis Xavier University.

 COMMUNITY BUILDER - Lorraine Gray accepts a Community Recognition award on behalf of her brother, Larry Olexiuk, on Thursday evening. CANDACE ELLIOT/St. Albert Gazette
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  • 05/18/2013, 6:00am MDT, By Jeff Hansen - St. Albert Gazette
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2014 FALL PLAYER AND BOOSTER CLUB REGISTRATIONS ARE LIVE!

Registration for the 2014 Fall Season for players and 2014 Booster Club are now LIVE!.

If you are a member of Bulldogs Football, login and click on Registrations.  If you have not yet signed up to be a member of Bulldogs Football you must complete this before registering to play or joining the Booster Club.

If you have any questions, please contact myself.

Darryl Moroz - General Manager

Bulldogs Football - 780.498.1837


ex-Bulldogs Coach receives Head Coaching Position

Dean Guedo, defensive backs coach of our Senior team has been named the Head Coach of the W.P. Wagner Warriors.  WP Wagner is a High School that plays in Division II (Miles Conference) in Edmonton Metro Football.

Bulldogs Football would like to wish Dean good luck in his new position and congratulations..


Coach 'O' recognized by City of St. Albert


Coach O

Read the news article below to see how one of the true gentlemen of our community was recognized last week.

This community service award recognizing Larry Olexiuk ('Coach O' as he is fondly known as around football) is incredibly deserving. Larry is a man who personifies a selfless pursuit to better the sporting environment for our youth. To have had the opportunity to know him and work with him is truly a pleasure. He is relentless in helping not only sporting activities, but is involved with many community based ventures. I know we at Bulldogs Football are forever indebted to his dedication to these 1000's of kids he has helped along the way. Larry is a mountain of a man in every sense of the word, and a pillar of our community.

Thank you Coach O!


BULLDOGS TO HOST JUNIOR JAMBOREE

St. Francis Browns Player

On September 6th, at Riel Park from 2 pm to 6 pm, the Junior Bulldogs will host a Football Jamboree exhibition with 5 other teams.  The invited guests are;

PAUL KANE BLUES - ST. ALBERT

MCNALLY TIGERS - EDMONTON

HENRY WISEWOOD WARRIORS - CALGARY

ST. FRANCIS BROWNS - CALGARY

BEV FACEY FALCONS - SHERWOOD PARK



ABC RISING STARS BORDER BOWL

The second annual ABC Rising Stars Border Bowl is being played on Saturday, May 24 at 3:00 in Lacombe, AB.  This game pits top High School players from Grade 10 and 11 outside major centres against their counterparts in BC.  Last year at the very first ABC Border Bowl the BC All-Star team squeeked out a narrow victory over the Alberta team in Kelowna.  This years game is in Lacombe at the Lacombe Athletic Park 5644 - 56 Avenue.  Six Bulldogs are playing in the game:  Seth Waselenchuk, Tyler Feltis, Nick Cowan, Andrew Johnson, Brandon Trelor and Ben Bochar.

 


FOOTBALL ALBERTA - 25th SENIOR BOWL ALL-STAR GAME

St. Albert Senior Bowl All-Stars - Jack Hanna, Tyler Moroz, Jacob Neuls from Bellerose and Tyler Turner & Cory Knott from Paul Kane

St. Albert Senior Bowl Players, Hanna, Moroz, Turner, Neuls, Knott.

OUR THREE ALL-STAR PLAYERS FROM BELLEROSE BULLDOGS TOOK PART IN THE 25TH ANNUAL SENIOR BOWL GAME AT COMMONWEALTH STADIUM ON MONDAY, MAY 19TH.  2160 FANS, EASILY THE MOST TO EVER ATTEND A SENIOR BOWL WATCHED A VERY EXCITING AND ENTERTAINING GAME.  IN THE END, OUR NORTH TEAM DEFEATED THE SOUTH, 14-10.

OUR OWN BULLDOG PLAYERS HAD AN EFFECT ON THE GAME WITH JACK HANNA MAKING 4 TACKLES AND BEING NAMED "MOST VALUABLE LINEMAN" FOR THE NORTH TEAM.  TYLER MOROZ HAD 4 TACKLES PLUS AN INTERCEPTION THAT SNUFFED OUT A LONG DRIVE BY THE SOUTH TEAM IN THE THIRD QUARTER, AND JACOB NEULS HAD A HAND IN 3 TACKLES ON THE DEFENSIVE LINE.

ALL THREE PLAYERS WILL CONTINUE THEIR FOOTBALL CAREERS IN 2014 WITH JACOB NEULS JOINING THE UNIVERSITY OF ALBERTA GOLDEN BEARS, WHILE JACK HANNA AND TYLER MOROZ HAVE BEEN INVITED TO PLAY FOR THE EDMONTON HUSKIES IN THE PJFC.

CONGRATULATIONS TO THESE OUTSTANDING BULLDOGS PLAYERS.


FOOTBALL ALBERTA - 25th SENIOR BOWL ALL-STAR GAME

FOOTBALL ALBERTA 25TH SENIOR BOWL WILL TAKE PLACE ON MONDAY, MAY 19TH, NOON AT COMMONWEALTH STADIUM. TICKETS ARE $10.00 EA AT THE DOOR.  THIS YEAR BELLEROSE BULLDOGS HAS 3 PLAYERS PARTICIPATING IN THE GAME.

  • #22 Defensive Back - TYLER MOROZ
  • #42 Defensive Lineman - JACOB NEULS
  • #99 Defensive Lineman - JACK HANNA

FOR THE FIRST TIME EVER, THE GAME WILL BE BROADCAST ONLINE COMPLETE WITH AN ON-SCREEN SCOREBOARD AND INSTANT REPLAYS.  THERE WILL BE PLAY BY PLAY ANNOUNCER AND COMMENTARY.

TO WATCH THE GAME ON MONDAY, CLICK ON THE LINK.

http://www.ustream.tv/channel/icu-video-productions


BULLDOGS SPRING CAMP BEGINS TODAY


New Bulldogs Helmet Logo

BULLDOGS ROOKIES ON THE FIELD AT RIEL PARK 6:30 TO 8:30 TONIGHT.

BULLDOGS ROOKIES AND VETS COMBINE TOMORROW AT BELLEROSE

BULLDOGS ROOKIES WEDNESDAY 7:00 TO 8:30 PM AT RIEL PARK

BULLDOGS FULL TEAM FRIDAY 7:00 TO 8:30 PM AT RIEL PARK.

 

 


BULLOGS IN SENIOR BOWL

Congratulations to three of our graduating Senior Bulldogs for making the North Senior Bowl all - star team.

Tyler Moroz #9- Defensive Back.

Jack Hannah #66- Defensive Tackle.

Jacob Neuls #41- Defensive Tackle.

The 25th Anniversary North South Senior Bowl will be played on May 19 at Commonwealth Stadium in Edmonton.


BREAKING NEWS! BULLDOGS INK FUTURE STAR!


New Bulldogs recruit

CONGRATULATIONS TO JUNIOR BULLDOGS COACH CRAIG DRYER AND HIS WIFE KYLIE ON THEIR NEW BABY BOY (AND FUTURE BULLDOG) CONNOR KENNETH DRYER!!!!

BEAMING GRANDPARENTS ARE COACH BUCK DRYER AND TEAM TREASURER CHERYL DRYER ALONG WITH UNCLE/COACH BRADY DRYER!

BULLDOGS IN CALIFORNIA 2014

For more information on the Bulldogs California Trip August 27 - 31, 2014 please make sure you login with your Bulldogs Member username and password and click on the special 'California' page.  All details and information will be posted there, as well as updates, itinerary etc.


Ciampanelli signs with Mount Allison University Mounties

Dean Ciampanelli signs to go to Mount Allison University in New Brunswick.


Jackson Ryan named to Football Canada National Junior Team

Jackson Ryan hurdles defender in 2013 Div I Playoffs

Press Release from Football Canada regarding the selection of Team Canada that will play in the 2014 International Bowl Series in Texas this February leading up to the IFAF World Championships this summer in Kuwait.  Here are the eleven Albertan’s (including both QB’s) that made the roster:

 

Name

Pos.

Current Team

Hometown

Dante Djan

QB

St. Francis Xavier U.

Calgary, AB

Troy Hanson

LB

Kent Prep. (CT)

Edmonton, AB

Brett Hunchak

QB

Calgary Colts

Calgary, AB

Ed Ilnicki

RB

U. Alberta

Spruce Grove, AB

Reyd Kessler

RB

Calgary Colts

Calgary, AB

Joe McQuay

OL

Notre Dame H.S.

Red Deer, AB

Garrett Meek

DL

U. Saskatchewan

St. Albert, AB

Shane Richards

OL

Calgary Colts

Calgary, AB

Jackson Ryan

RB

Bellerose H.S.

St. Albert, AB

Ryan Sceviour

OL

U. Calgary

Calgary, AB

Braden Twarynski

DL

U. Saskatchewan

Calgary, AB

 

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FOOTBALL CANADA

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

December 28, 2013

 

Football Canada announces JNT International Bowl roster

 

Football Canada is proud to announce its Junior National Team roster which will take on USA Football’s U19 National Team as part of the 2014 International Bowl series, to be played February 7-8 at Maverick Stadium at the University of Texas at Arlington.

The full roster can be found here in addition to being listed below.

The 60 player roster was selected from close to 500 players who took part in regional identification camps across Canada. These top prospects will take on USA Football’s U19 squad in Texas, competing for one of 45 spots to represent Canada at the 2014 U19 (19-and-under) World Championship in Kuwait. 

Canada’s 2014 Junior National Team is led by head coach and defensive coordinator Warren Craney. Craney is a veteran of international competition having served as defensive coordinator at the two previous World Championships under Noel Thorpe (2012) and Glen Constantin (2009) respectively in addition to four generations of the IFAF World Team.

Rivalry renewed

Canada and Team USA have met in the first two IFAF U19 (19-and-under) World Championship gold medal games with Canada avenging a 2009 loss in 2012 to capture gold. With the record split, the 2014 International Bowl series will re-ignite the Canada-USA rivalry as it builds towards the summer.

The International Bowl series features a number of Canada-USA rivalry games which in addition to a Junior National Team showdown includes the Football Canada Cup (U18) National Team against USA Football’s U18 National Team.
 

Canada’s Junior National Team alumni include Byron Archambault (U. Montreal), Linden Gaydosh (Carolina Panthers), Pierre Lavertu (U. Laval), Kirby Fabien (BC Lions), Will Finch (Western U.), Steven Lumbala (Montreal Alouettes), Jeremi Roch (U. Sherbrooke), Matt Sewell (McMaster U.), Mercer Timmis (U. Calgary) and Jake Thomas (Winnipeg Blue Bombers).

Junior National Team International Bowl series roster

Name / Nom

Pos.

Team / Équipe

Hometown / Ville natale

Jonathan Arseneault

DL/LD

CÉGEP St-Jean-Sur-Richelieu

St-Constan, QC

William Aziz

DL/LD

CÉGEP Vanier College

St. Thomas, ON

Lance Bashutsky

DB/DD

U. Saskatchewan

Wynyard, SK

Mathieu Betts

DL/LD

CÉGEP Vieux-Montréal

Montréal, QC

David Blain

REC

CÉGEP Montmorency

Montréal, QC

Christophe Bouchard

DB/DD

Académie St-Louis

Quebec, QC

Mathieu Boutin

DB/DD

CÉGEP Notre-Dame-de-Foy

QC

Quinton Bowles

DL/LD

VI Raiders (CJFL)

Winnipeg, MB

Chris Brown-Fillion

LB/SEC

Winnipeg Rifles (CJFL)

Steinbach, MB

Jozua Côté

RB/DO

Peru (NY)

Longueil, QC

Wade Leeroy Cyr

OL/LO

CÉGEP Vanier College

Montréal, QC

Josh Dahl

DB/DD

Saskatoon Hilltops (CJFL)

Saskatoon, SK

Vincent Desjardins

DL/LD

CÉGEP Notre-Dame-de-Foy

QC

Mason Dick

OL/LO

U. Saskatchewan

Winnipeg, MB

Dante Djan

QB/QA

St. Francis Xavier U.

Calgary, AB

Frédérik-Xavier Duhamel

OL/LO

CÉGEP Vieux-Montréal

Sainte-Barthélémy, QC

Trysten Dyce

REC

Regina Thunder (CJFL)

Winnipeg, MB

Gabriel Ferraro

K/B

Burlington Stampeders

Mississauga, ON

Logan Fisher

RB/DO

Saskatoon Hilltops

Saskatoon, SK

Troy Hanson

LB/SEC

Kent (CT)

Edmonton, AB

Mitch Hillis

REC

U. Saskatchewan

Saskatoon, SK

Brett Hunchak

QB/QA

Calgary Colts (CJFL)

Calgary, AB

Ed Ilnicki

RB/DO

U. Alberta

Spruce Grove, AB

Jadon Johnson

DB/DD

U. Guelph

Brampton, ON

Cédric Joseph

RB/DO

CÉGEP Champlain-Lennoxville

Montréal, QC

William Jouan-Ladouceur

DB/DD

CÉGEP St-Jean-Sur-Richelieu

Greenville Park, QC

Karym Kartsonis

REC

CÉGEP Notre-Dame-de-Foy

Saint-Augustin de Desmaures, QC

Reyd Kessler

RB/DO

Calgary Colts (CJFL)

Calgary, AB

Cole Klughart

OL/LO

St. Joseph

Saskatoon, SK

Tristian Koronkiewicz

DL/LD

VI Raiders (CJFL)

Regina, SK

Pierre-Karl Lanctôt

OL/LO

CÉGEP St-Jean-sur-Richelieu

Montréal, QC

Jesse Lawson

OL/LO

Langley Rams (CJFL)

Surrey, BC

Dominic Lévesque

K/B

CÉGEP Champlain-Lennoxville

QC

Cédric Lussier-Roy

LB/SEC

CÉGEP Champlain-Lennoxville

Sherbrooke, QC

Evan Machibroda

DL/LD

Holy Cross

Saskatoon, SK

Ethan Makonzo

LB/SEC

CÉGEP Vieux-Montréal

Montréal, QC

Hergy Mayala

REC

Trinity Pawling (NY)

Montréal, QC

Jayden McCoy

DB/DD

U. Manitoba

Winnipeg, MB

Joe McQuay

OL/LO

Notre Dame

Red Deer, AB

Garrett Meek

DL/LD

U. Saskatchewan

St. Albert, AB

Royce Metchie

DB/DD

 

Brampton, ON

Edouard Montemiglio

RB/DO

CÉGEP Vieux-Montréal

QC

Louis-Mathieu Normandin

REC

CÉGEP Vieux-Montréal

Montréal, QC

Nick Parisotto

DB/DD

Guelph Bears

Guelph, ON

Félix Pelletier

DL/LD

St. Leonard Cougars (CJFL)

QC

Trivel Pinto

REC

Metro Toronto Wildcats

Toronto, ON

Shane Richards

OL/LO

Calgary Colts (CJFL)

Calgary, AB

Nate Rostek

LB/SEC

Sir John A. MacDonald

Upper Tantallon, NS/N.-É.

Jackson Ryan

RB/DO

Bellerose

St. Albert, AB

Rossini Sandjong-Djabome

DL/LD

CÉGEP Édouard-Montpetit

Longueuil, QC

Ryan Sceviour

OL/LO

U. Calgary

Calgary, AB

Tom Schnitzler

LB/SEC

Saskatoon Hilltops (CJFL)

Saskatoon, SK

David Sévigny

OL/LO

CÉGEP Notre-Dame-de-Foy

QC

Louis-Philippe St-Amant

DB/DD

CÉGEP Notre-Dame-de-Foy

Saint-Augustin, QC

Logan Thacker

LB/SEC

Winnipeg Rifles (CJFL)

Ochre River, MB

Samuel Thomassin

OL/LO

CÉGEP de l’Outaouais

Gatineau, QC

Alex Thompson

REC

VI Raiders (CJFL)

Regina, SK

Brayden Twarynski

DL/LD

U. Saskatchewan

Calgary, AB

Kyle Van Wynsberghe

REC

Carleton U.

Delhi, ON

Eric Verity

DB/DD

U. Saskatchewan

Saskatoon, SK



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