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    UNITED AS ONE – The Bellerose Bulldogs go through their pre-game ritual in the metro Edmonton junior football league. The pool B Bulldogs are 2-1 against pool A teams and 3-1 overall when the juniors host the pool A Austin O'Brien Crusaders (1-2) Tuesday

    Junior Bulldogs

    10/12/2019, 1:00pm MDT
    By Jeff Hansen - St. Albert Gazette

    Tuesday marks the last game for the Bellerose Bulldogs before the playoffs in the metro Edmonton junior football league.

    Kickoff is 5 p.m. at Larry Olexiuk Field between the pool B Bulldogs (2-1) and pool A Austin O’Brien Crusaders (1-2).

    The top two teams in both pools go head-to-head in the Oct. 23 semifinals for berths in the division one final Oct. 29.

    The second shutout win in three games against pool B teams for Bellerose (3-1 overall) was 37-0 against the O’Leary Spartans (1-2) Tuesday at Clarke Stadium.

    KICKING IT – Noah Birdsell punts the ball for the junior Bellerose Bulldogs in Tuesday's 48-16 loss to the Salisbury Sabres (2-0) at Larry Olexiuk Field. The next metro Edmonton game for Bellerose (1-1) is Tuesday versus the O'Leary Spartans (1-1) at 7:30

    Bulldogs huddle up

    10/05/2019, 11:00am MDT
    By Jeff Hansen - St. Albert Gazette

    With two games remaining before the playoffs, the Bellerose Bulldogs are regrouping after back-to-back losses in the division one Carr conference.

    Bellerose (2-3) hosts the Jasper Place Rebels (0-5) Friday on Senior Night at 7:30 p.m. at Larry Olexiuk Field and the last game before the metro Edmonton league playoffs is Oct. 18 against the Spruce Grove Panthers (3-2) at 6 p.m. at Fuhr Sports Park.

    The Panthers are a potential playoff opponent for Bellerose as six teams qualify for the post-season starting Oct. 25 and the top two have first round byes.

    The second loss for Bellerose after winning two in a row was 49-15 against the Salisbury Sabres (5-0) Thursday in Sherwood Park. The halftime score was 21-7.

    In week five of the Football Alberta Tier I (1,250-plus students) rankings, Salisbury is No. 2, the defending Carr champion Harry Ainlay Titans (5-0) are No. 5 and the Panthers are No. 10.

    Bellerose entered the game following last week’s hard-fought 30-28 setback to the Austin O’Brien Crusaders (4-1) at Foote Field. AOB, ranked seventh in Tier II (750 to 1,249 students) scored the winning points with a 38-yard field goal in the fourth quarter.

    Bellerose football

    10/02/2019, 11:00am MDT
    By Jeff Hansen - St. Albert Gazette

    Thursday’s division one Carr conference match between the Bellerose Bulldogs and Salisbury Sabres in metro Edmonton football kicks off at 7:30 p.m. at Emerald Hills Turf Field.

    Salisbury and the Harry Ainlay Titans are tied for top spot at 4-0 and Bellerose is fourth at 2-2 after Friday’s 30-28 loss to the 3-1 Austin O’Brien Crusaders.

    In week five of the Football Alberta Tier I (1,250-plus students) rankings, Salisbury is No. 2, Ainlay is No. 5 and the 2-2 Spruce Grove Panthers replaced Bellerose at No. 10.

    Bellerose was the winner of two in a row before AOB kicked the game-winning 36-yard field goal to close out the scoring at Foote Field.

    AOB, the No. 7-ranked Tier II (750 to 1,249 students) team in the province, started off the contest with three touchdowns before Bellerose answered in the second quarter with Tristan Olenick’s TD passes of seven yards to Adam Rafat and five yards to Jordan Howe to tighten the deficit at 20-14.

    It was 27-14 in the third quarter when Olenick teamed up with Dorian Therqaj for a 10-yard TD and in the fourth quarter they hooked up for an 11-yard scoring play and Mohammad Zeidan’s fourth conversion gave Bellerose its first lead at 28-27.

    BALL EXCHANGE – Jordan Howe of the Bellerose Bulldogs takes a handoff at practice for the division one Carr conference team in the metro Edmonton league. Howe's 75-yard catch and run touchdown in the second quarter against the Bev Facey Falcons was the pl
    Taylor Schwam and Evan Moroz Team up to make a tackle on a Bev Facey Falcon player.
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    BULLDOGS NEWS

    UNITED AS ONE – The Bellerose Bulldogs go through their pre-game ritual in the metro Edmonton junior football league. The pool B Bulldogs are 2-1 against pool A teams and 3-1 overall when the juniors host the pool A Austin O'Brien Crusaders (1-2) Tuesday

    Junior Bulldogs

    10/12/2019, 1:00pm MDT
    By Jeff Hansen - St. Albert Gazette

    Tuesday marks the last game for the Bellerose Bulldogs before the playoffs in the metro Edmonton junior football league.

    Kickoff is 5 p.m. at Larry Olexiuk Field between the pool B Bulldogs (2-1) and pool A Austin O’Brien Crusaders (1-2).

    The top two teams in both pools go head-to-head in the Oct. 23 semifinals for berths in the division one final Oct. 29.

    The second shutout win in three games against pool B teams for Bellerose (3-1 overall) was 37-0 against the O’Leary Spartans (1-2) Tuesday at Clarke Stadium.

    KICKING IT – Noah Birdsell punts the ball for the junior Bellerose Bulldogs in Tuesday's 48-16 loss to the Salisbury Sabres (2-0) at Larry Olexiuk Field. The next metro Edmonton game for Bellerose (1-1) is Tuesday versus the O'Leary Spartans (1-1) at 7:30

    Bulldogs huddle up

    10/05/2019, 11:00am MDT
    By Jeff Hansen - St. Albert Gazette

    With two games remaining before the playoffs, the Bellerose Bulldogs are regrouping after back-to-back losses in the division one Carr conference.

    Bellerose (2-3) hosts the Jasper Place Rebels (0-5) Friday on Senior Night at 7:30 p.m. at Larry Olexiuk Field and the last game before the metro Edmonton league playoffs is Oct. 18 against the Spruce Grove Panthers (3-2) at 6 p.m. at Fuhr Sports Park.

    The Panthers are a potential playoff opponent for Bellerose as six teams qualify for the post-season starting Oct. 25 and the top two have first round byes.

    The second loss for Bellerose after winning two in a row was 49-15 against the Salisbury Sabres (5-0) Thursday in Sherwood Park. The halftime score was 21-7.

    In week five of the Football Alberta Tier I (1,250-plus students) rankings, Salisbury is No. 2, the defending Carr champion Harry Ainlay Titans (5-0) are No. 5 and the Panthers are No. 10.

    Bellerose entered the game following last week’s hard-fought 30-28 setback to the Austin O’Brien Crusaders (4-1) at Foote Field. AOB, ranked seventh in Tier II (750 to 1,249 students) scored the winning points with a 38-yard field goal in the fourth quarter.

    Bellerose football

    10/02/2019, 11:00am MDT
    By Jeff Hansen - St. Albert Gazette

    Thursday’s division one Carr conference match between the Bellerose Bulldogs and Salisbury Sabres in metro Edmonton football kicks off at 7:30 p.m. at Emerald Hills Turf Field.

    Salisbury and the Harry Ainlay Titans are tied for top spot at 4-0 and Bellerose is fourth at 2-2 after Friday’s 30-28 loss to the 3-1 Austin O’Brien Crusaders.

    In week five of the Football Alberta Tier I (1,250-plus students) rankings, Salisbury is No. 2, Ainlay is No. 5 and the 2-2 Spruce Grove Panthers replaced Bellerose at No. 10.

    Bellerose was the winner of two in a row before AOB kicked the game-winning 36-yard field goal to close out the scoring at Foote Field.

    AOB, the No. 7-ranked Tier II (750 to 1,249 students) team in the province, started off the contest with three touchdowns before Bellerose answered in the second quarter with Tristan Olenick’s TD passes of seven yards to Adam Rafat and five yards to Jordan Howe to tighten the deficit at 20-14.

    It was 27-14 in the third quarter when Olenick teamed up with Dorian Therqaj for a 10-yard TD and in the fourth quarter they hooked up for an 11-yard scoring play and Mohammad Zeidan’s fourth conversion gave Bellerose its first lead at 28-27.

    BALL EXCHANGE – Jordan Howe of the Bellerose Bulldogs takes a handoff at practice for the division one Carr conference team in the metro Edmonton league. Howe's 75-yard catch and run touchdown in the second quarter against the Bev Facey Falcons was the pl
    Taylor Schwam and Evan Moroz Team up to make a tackle on a Bev Facey Falcon player.
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    BULLDOGS MOVE ON

    Congratulations to these Bulldogs who move on to the next level from the U-17, U-18 Football Alberta Superweekend held Jan 11-13 at Foote Field.

    Jayden Randall #12- Quarterback

    Tanner deChamplain #57 - O-Line

    Caleb Akerley #28 - Receiver

    Jordan Howe #6 - Receiver

    Adam Rafat #1 - Receiver

    Jayden, Tanner, Caleb, Jordan and Adam move onto the U-17/U-18 Team Alberta try-outs in Calgary April 5-7.




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