Team Alberta & Football Canada Cup

Team Alberta U18 & U17 SUPERWEEKEND Open for Application!

Football Alberta’s SUPERWEEKEND, which will be held from Jan. 10-12 at Foote Field in Edmonton, is the first step to creating Team Alberta U18 and Team Alberta U17  for 2020.  This event will featured close to 400 born in either 2003 or 2004. The SUPERWEEKEND will also feature a professionally run Combine whose results will be sent to all Elite University and Junior Teams in Alberta as well as passed back to the athlete for him to send the results anywhere they like.

Out of that camp the top 120-150 players will reconvene on the weekend of April 3-5, 2020 to go through the final selections.   Team Alberta U18  will play in the Football Canada Cup from July 16-26 in Vancouver, BC.  The Team Alberta U17 Team was will also be selected featuring mostly 2004 born players who were close to making the big squad and can return next year for another shot.  The U17’s will travel to the Pacific Challenge on Maui in August to scrimmage against four top schools on the Island.

If you are interested please see the HEAD COACH of your high school.  They will be in charge of determining who will represent their school at this event and will get you your equipment to participate.  The cost of participation is $150 for the SUPERWEEKEND.

Here is the list of the 2019 Provincial Teams:

Team Alberta U18

Quarterbacks
Anton Amundrud (Lloydminster)
Eli Hetlinger (Harry Ainlay, Edmonton)

Runningbacks
Jaden Caston (Henry Wise Wood, Calgary)
Micheal Delgado (Notre Dame, Calgary)
Cordae Hall (Strathcona, Edmonton)
Matthew Morin (Lloydminster)

Receiver
Elic Ayomanor (Medicine Hat)
Sony Bermudez-Chavez (Harry Ainlay, Edmonton)
Dawson Gladue (Cochrane)
Ethan Henderson (Harry Ainlay, Edmonton)
Kolby Hurford (Salisbury, Sherwood Park)
Hayle Lueders (Ardrossan)
Adley Mayala (Bishop O’Byrne, Calgary)

Offensive Line
Evan Beck (Harry Ainlay, Edmonton)
Sam Carson (Henry Wise Wood, Calgary)
Nicholas Lemay (Salisbury, Sherwood Park)
Albert Reese (Harry Ainlay, Edmonton)
Ethan Tetrault (St. Francis, Calgary)
Clay Vetter (Holy Rosary, Lloydminster)
Deon Williams (Henry Wise Wood, Calgary)

Defensive Line
Daeshaun Cadieux (Harry Ainlay, Edmonton)
Daivin Cwik (Notre Dame, Calgary)
Adian Minakata (St. Francis, Calgary)
Dylan Remillard (Father Mercredi, Fort McMurray)
Saihaj Virdee (St. Francis, Calgary)
Maxwell von Muehldorfer (Bishop Carroll, Calgary)

Linebackers
Jack Dutton (Holy Trinity Academy, Okotoks)
Piercen Meier (Medicine Hat)
Said Mostafa (Lillian Osborne, Edmonton)
Michael Peloso (Holy Trinity Academy, Okotoks)
Carson Remus (Foothills, Okotoks)
Kosta Zannis (Crescent Heights, Calgary)

Defensive Backs
Charlie De Land (St. Francis, Calgary)
Benjamin Dobson (Cochrane)
Jordan Innes (Ernest Manning, Calgary)
Marcus Kee (Henry Wise Wood, Calgary)
Sheldon McNabb (Salisbury, Sherwood Park)
Logan Rockley (Henry Wise Wood, Calgary)
Nathan Turner (Bishop O’Byrne, Calgary)

Kicker/Punter
Luc Nolin (St. Francis, Calgary)

COACHING/SUPPORT STAFF
Head Coach – Darcy Park (Edmonton Wildcats)
Assistant Coaches
Kyle Sedgwick (Hunting Hills, Red Deer)
Scott Ledieu (Chestermere)
Jason Lafferty (Bellerose, St. Albert)
Cody Ehrmann (Henry Wise Wood, Calgary)
Trevor Prichard (St. Joseph’s, Grande Prairie)
Garth Melrose (Centennial, Calgary)
Fred Ostrosser (Harry Ainlay, Edmonton)
Athletic Therapist – Melissa Petryna (Calgary)
Equipment Manager – Al Naylor (Calgary)
General Manager – Gino Castellan (Red Deer)

Team Alberta U17

Quarterbacks
Matthew Christofferson (Centennial, Calgary)
Luc Nolin (St. Francis, Calgary)

Runningbacks
Sterling McNeilly (Father Mercredi, Fort McMurray)
Keon Nurse, Ardrossan
Spencer Stanko (L.C.I., Lethbridge)

Receivers
Caleb Akerley (Bellerose, St. Albert)
Logan Hoover (Harry Ainlay, Edmonton)
Cody Peever (Sylvan Lake)
Tristan Remus-Arevalo (Bert Church, Airdrie)
Mason Rice (Bev Facey, Sherwood Park)
Tyler Ruediger (Austin O’Brien, Edmonton)
Matt Sibley (Ernest Manning, Calgary)

Offensive Line
Joey Coffee (Leduc)
Maxwell Felker (Crescent Heights, Calgary)
Keegan Hynes (Holy Trinity, Fort McMurray)
Breck Leader (Joane Cardinal-Schubert, Calgary)
Lucas Seffern (Holy Rosary, Lloydminster)
Kistin Watchmaker (Bonnyville)
Navarone Watchmaker (Bonnyville)

Defensive Line
Dylan Callan (Medicine Hat)
Ashton Cyre (St. Joseph’s, Grande Prairie)
Jack Fishman (Henry Wise Wood, Calgary)
Dakota Power (St. Joseph’s, Grande Prairie)
Kyle Rees (Hunting Hills, Red Deer)
Jamaal Williams (Crescent Heights, Calgary)

Linebackers
Hunter Bultsma (Cardston)
Aayden Callan (Medicine Hat)
Josh Chapelski (Holy Rosary, Lloydminster)
Joel DeMale (Hunting Hills, Red Deer)
Chase Pack (Lindsay Thurber, Red Deer)
Scott Thomas (Rundle College, Calgary)
Christian Turk (Salisbury, Sherwood Park)
Simon Wray-Jantz (Eastglen, Edmonton)

Defensive Backs
Ryan Feist (Holy Rosary, Lloydminster)
Maxx Feodoroff (St. Francis, Calgary)
Bryan Galindo (Bowness, Calgary)
Paul Loggale (Harry Ainlay, Edmonton)
Hanet MacGowan (Father Mercredi, Fort McMurray)
Dillon Orieux (Holy Rosary, Lloydminster)
King Tshidma (Harry Ainlay, Edmonton)

 

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History

Past Championship Games of the Football Canada Cup:

1995: Alberta 10 Quebec 6

1996: Ontario 16 Alberta 16 (Ontario wins on points against for tournament)

1997: Alberta 56 Ontario 20

1998: Alberta 49 Nova Scotia 28

1999: British Columbia 45 Ontario 25

2000: Alberta 43 British Columbia 0

2001: Alberta 49 Manitoba 21

2002: Ontario 48 Manitoba 27

2003: Ontario 24 Alberta 21

2004: Ontario 21 Alberta 18 (OT) – U19, Eastern Ontario 47 Nova Scotia 0 – U17

2005: Manitoba 24 Alberta 14 – U19, Manitoba 30 Central Ontario 15 – U17

2006: Quebec 26 Saskatchewan 2 – U19, Manitoba wins round robin – U17

2007: Alberta 24 Ontario 7 – U19, Quebec 34 Manitoba 14 – U17

2008: Quebec 37 Alberta 11 – U19, Quebec 24 Southern Alberta 0 – U17

2009: Saskatchewan  17 Alberta 4 – U19, Eastern Ontario 42 Southern Alberta 7 – U17

2010: Saskatchewan 18 Quebec 10 – U18

2011: Quebec 28 Alberta 2

2012: Quebec 21 Alberta 11

2013: Quebec 43 Alberta 12

2014: Ontario 27 Saskatchewan 19