Top Flight Passing Camp:
Take advantage of an excellent opportunity for your players to work with and be mentored by some of the best the game of football has to offer. This is a chance for position specific football players age 15-22 to rub shoulders with current and former professionals. Each athlete will be part of a small exclusive group that will work on skill specific drills, break down film and gain experience from some of the best in the game over a two day period. Competitive drills are filmed and sent through our school database.
· Matt Nichols (Edmonton Eskimo QB)
· Tad Kornegay (2 time Grey Cup Champ DB)
· Neil King (Hamilton Tiger-cats DB)
· Kamau Peterson (3 time CFL All-star REC)
Price: $250 (Sign up 6+ receive 10% off)
Position: QB, REC, DB, LB, RB
Field Location: Victoria Soccer Center (Karl Weidle Facility)
14025-142 Street Edmonton, AB T6V 1H8
Date: March 28-29th
Times: SATURDAY (5:30 pm - 9:30 pm)
SUNDAY (11:00 am - 3:00 pm)
Equipment required: Mouthpiece, Shoulder pads, leg pads, SNEAKERS, gloves (if needed), QB’s bring your own ball.
** Limited positions: QB - 10, REC - 20, DB - 20, LB - 10, RB - 8 **
· Positional Protocol testing
· Skill building drills
· 1on 1ʼs, 2 on 2’s
· Pass skeleton
· Competitive drills (positional)
· Coverage, reads, adjustments, recognition
· Film breakdown of previous days field work
· Film breakdown of pro route running and coverage
· Workout guidelines, tips, suggested emphasis
· Q&A with coaches
If you have any additional questions regarding this program please do not hesitate to contact me.
Playmaker U inc
Phone: (778) 788-7567
Border Bowl 2013 with Coach Hill in Kelowna
At this time I would like to introduce you and make you aware of the Alberta Rural & Urban Rising Stars Top 100 program for 2015. As well as the Alberta Future Stars. Rising Stars are grades 10 and 11. Future Stars are grades 8 and 9.
Alberta Rising Stars are now in their third year after playing in Kelowna the first year and Lacombe last year. This year the Bowl games will be in Kamloops Sat. May 23, the weekend after the long weekend, at Thompson Rivers University (Hillside Stadium). As well on the same day will be the ABC Future Star Bowl & for the first time this year the ABC Young Stars Bowl. Young Star (gr 6/7) tryouts are March 6,7 and 8th.)
We need your help and support in getting the word out to all grade 10 and 11 players. We also need to spread the word for potential Future Stars in grade 8/ 9.
This year the Rising / Future Stars will have two teams with each age grouping. Ideally we will have 40 to 42 players to make up a rural team and 40 to 42 players to make up a urban team. BC would be doing the same thing. Thus potentially we could have 2 Rising Star & two Future Star games in the ABC Border Bowl series.
We ask for players to bring helmet (preferably with name on front) & shoulder pads. If unavailable they can still participate in the tryout. Tryouts are set up like a teaching camp, agilities, individual period and 1 on 1’s.
Each tryouts is $50.00 at registration (helmet/shld pads if available). Stars 100 Camp is also $50.00 (Full equipment is mandatory for Stars 100)
After tryout weekend, players will be contacted by email for invite to the Stars 100 Future Camp and Stars 100 Rising Camp at Edmonton’s Commonwealth Fieldhouse on Sunday morning March 8. From there the Alberta teams will be selected.
Tryout Dates and locations for Future & Rising Stars: Only Calgary location has separate FS & RS start times.
Friday Feb 20th from 11:30am to 1:15pm at Edmonton Commonwealth Fieldhouse - Future Stars Tryout Rising Stars Tryout
Friday Feb 20th from 4:30pm to 6pm at Red Deer Collicut Fieldhouse - Future Stars Tryout Rising Stars Tryout
Saturday Feb 21st. at Calgary NE Ath. Facility. FS 2:30pm to 4pm RS 4pm to 5:30pm
Sunday Feb 22nd Lethbridge Soccer Ctr 10am to 12pm Future Stars Tryout Rising Stars Tryout
Sunday Feb 22nd Okotoks Legacy Fieldhouse , 5pm to 6:30pm Future Stars Tryout Rising Stars Tryout
Tryout Attendees Participate in Star 100 full equipment 12 on 12 Camp ( For final team selections)
Sunday March 8th. Edmonton Commonwealth Fieldhouse 7am to 9am Future Stars 100 Rising Stars 100
Thank you and looking forward to seeing you at an upcoming tryout. For your viewing I have provided a link of the Virtual Broadcast Networks Dec 13 Current Star(gr. 12’s) ABC Bowl game played in Chilliwack, BC. http://portal.stretchinternet.com/vbn/ Click On Demand & enjoy.
Bulldogs Football would like to welcome Nicole Olesen-Moreau as our new Treasurer. Nicole's ability and insight into computer accounting practices will bring a wealth of much needed information and experience to Bulldogs Football's move towards an integrated accounting program within the organization.
We would also like to thank Cheryl Dryer for her numerous years in her position of team Treasurer and our sincere gratitude for an excellent job for many years in helping Bulldogs Football grow into the Premier High School Football Program in St. Albert.
In addition, Bulldogs Football would like to announce that Rick Moreau will be moving up to be the Senior team manager and statistician. Rick took on both of these positions in 2014 for the Junior team and did an outstanding job.
Bulldogs Football currently has several staff positions available with the departure of several staff members for the 2015 season. We have had Shelley Cowan (Sr./Jr. Team Photographer), Greg Cowan (Registrar), Lisa and Jeff Waselenchuk (Volunteer coordinators) fulfill their obligations to Bulldogs Football and with the graduation of their sons Nick Cowan and Seth Waselenchuk we now have those positions available. In addition, with Gord Fletcher moving on from the Senior Team manager and Rick Moreau taking on that position, we will need a Junior Team manager for 2015.
Bulldogs Football values the effort and commitment put forward with their volunteer staff and we are now looking for a new staff members to take us into the 2015 season. Anyone who volunteers and for a Staff position and completes that obligation, does get their Dibs (Volunteer Deposit) waived.
Please go to the "Staff" page of the Bulldogs Football website to see what positions are available. If you are interested in any of these positions, please contact Darryl Moroz, General Manager; email: email@example.com / phone: 780.498.1837
Bulldogs Football is very excited to welcome Brayden Guy to our coaching staff for 2014. Brayden will be Head Coach of the Junior Team starting in 2014. For those of you who don't know Brayden, he graduated from Bellerose High School in 2008 and played on the very first Bulldogs junior team in 2005. He won a Miles Championship while playing for the Bulldogs in his grade 12 year and was awarded the Bulldogs Most Outstanding Defensive Player as well as the Lee Grant Memorial Award that season. Brayden came back to help coach the Bulldogs junior defense for a season before resuming his own playing career at Acadia University. Brayden recently finished his University playing career and graduated with a degree in education and is now teaching at E.S. Gish Elementary school in St.Albert.
We also are happy to welcome Clayton Wowk to the Bulldog Football Program. Clayton is an enthusiastic young teacher at Bellerose who has agreed to join the program as a staff liason and assistant "quality control" coach. Clayton's positive demeanor and gregarious nature will be a huge asset to our program.
Last, but certainly not least, recent Bulldog grad (2014), Cody Johnston will be joining our junior coaching staff to assist Brayden with the Linebackers. Cody was an extremely dedicated, hard working player who will no doubt, be an excellent role model for our young players.
Coach Hill and John Comeau