Winless Renegades still in hunt

High Prairie Renegades’ slotback Ethan Gladue carries the ball down the sidelines in the shadow of a Grande Prairie Peace Wapiti Titan defender in high school football action at home Sept. 15.

Richard Froese
South Peace News

A team of experienced high school football players was too much for the High Prairie Renegades.

The hometown Renegades were blanked for the first time this season, 46-0 on Sept. 15 by the Grande Prairie Peace-Wapiti Titans.

They are 3-0 and a team of Grade 12s,” Renegade head coach Trevor Jaycox says.

High Prairie trailed 16-0 after the first quarter and 40-0 at the half before the Titans coasted to victory.

Deklan Kit intercepted three Titan passes as one of the bright spots for the Renegades.

The Renegades continued in a playoff hunt as they battled the Grande Prairie Composite Warriors in a game of winless teams scheduled for Sept. 22. Is is the team’s final home game of the season.

If we beat them, we will be in the playoffs,” Jaycox says.

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