Bantam Titans kick off spring training April 25
The Drumheller Bantam Titans begin spring training next Monday, April 25 and coach Paul Redmond is already seeing the benefit the Terrapins peewee team has had on incoming players.
“The skill level is noticeably higher and it makes things a little easier for us,” said Redmond. “We don’t have to teach them a lot of the basics like stances, blocking, and tackling, and we are able to start working on agility and footwork.”
With training starting next Monday, the Bantams will be getting prepared for a Jamboree in Lacombe on June 4 where they will see action against fellow southern division teams, as well as checking out some of the potential finals competition from the north division.
Last year the team went 3-2 and lost one match by only one point, so Redmond thinks this team, which will have 11 returning players, will be tough competition for the start of the season this fall.
The Bantams will hold their league meeting on May 7. The Bantam Titans start training for the fall season next Monday, and coach Paul Redmond says the team has already seen the benefit of the peewee Terrapins football team has had on incoming Bantam players.