Senior Titans claim decisive victory over Pincher Creek
The Senior Titans are nearing .500 after a disciplined win over Pincher Creek last Saturday.
The Titans were in Pincher Creek to take on the Mustangs. Coach Ken Fournier was pleased with a better effort from the team, which has now improved their record to 3-4.
“The good news is we took way less penalties, it was a well disciplined game and it didn’t kill our drives,” said Fournier.
While they had another slow start, this time the Titans stepped up and began controlling the ball. Offensively Derek Carrier is getting back into game shape after recovering from injuries. Noah Miles also had a strong game.
Defensively the team was on the mark with Raiden Kipling grabbing two interceptions in the fourth quarter, and a bat-down. Ethan Dun- calf had two bat-downs. The Titans took the win, 20-15. The Titans are bearing down on the homestretch of the season. This Saturday the are hosting Olds.”
“That will be a good game for us,” said Fournier. Game time is 6 p.m. The following weekend they host Canmore.
“I don’t know what Canmore is like, they haven’t’ been putting up a lot of points, but they have been playing some solid Tier 4 level teams,” he said.
They have also arranged a tough one in Calgary versus the Forest Lawn Titans before playoffs begin. “We need a good game before our provincial qualifier,” said Fournier.
With the win over Pincher Creek, the Titans have maintained their 10th place ranking in the province at the Tier 4 level.
I don't know what Camore is like... they have been playing some solid Tier 4 level teams.” Ken Fournier Senior Titans head coach