Head Coach Greg Wilson and the Wildcats will be looking to continue their success from last year and repeat as the #1 seed in the Parkinson division. Coach Wilson believes strong line play on both sides of the ball will produce a winning team, “our keys to success this season is solid Offensive Line Play on Offence and Front Seven on Defence.” Coach Wilson does not underestimate the importance of special teams either, “We have always prided ourselves with having a good kicking / punting game and will be leaning on that heavily to secure a win in the field position battle all season long.”
Offensive coordinator Kevin Kopczynski will be looking to mimic last years success on offence in which the Wildcats were the #2 scoring offense in the league. Quarterback Dominic Britton will be returning at the helm. The Wildcats have a two headed monster at running back in Asfand Ali and Nic Bernard who will be running behind an experienced offensive line led by mauler Sam Carson. Receiver Ewan MacDonald will make defenses pay if they stack the box against the run.
On defense, coordinator Garry Wilson will deploy a stout defense that is built from the line back. Nolan Pelletier and Cameron Michaud should dominate up front all season, and athletic Jordan Innes will be all over the field as a linebacker, defensive back hybrid. Look out for Daniel Theal to have a breakout season this year in the secondary.