Se­nior Ti­tans claim de­ci­sive vic­tory over Pincher Creek

The Drumheller Mail - - SPORTS - Patrick Ko­lafa The Drumheller Mail

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

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