Friday November 28, 2014

Vikings play in Roughrider Bowl

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While some of the top senior high school players were playing their final game at the high school level Monday in the Ed Henick Senior Bowl, other players who will back next year at the high school level, were in Saskatoon at the Roughrider Bowl Camp.

The Roughrider Bowl Camp is a showcase for the provinces best Grade 9, 10 and 11 football players.

Three Vikings including defensive back Tanner Craig, who was a captain with the North Battleford Comprehensive High School Senior Vikings, and junior Vikings Noah Stillar and Dalton Landrie suited up at the camp.

Unity’s Joshua Lacoursiere also was at the camp as 88 football players practiced for three days in Saskatoon.

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