May 18th, 2024

Rams still ranked No. 2 in Tier 1 football division

By Lethbridge Herald on October 26, 2021.

Herald File Photo- LCI Rams Maxx Hironaka starts his run for a touchdown during the first quarter against Medicine Hat High School on Saturday at the University of Lethbridge stadium in 2021 file photo.

The LCI Rams football team remains ranked second in the Football Alberta Tier I division after Week 8 of high school gridiron action.
Meanwhile, the Raymond Comets hold seventh place in Tier I following a victory last weekend.
The Rams downed Medicine Hat 42-6 in non-league play Saturday night at the University of Lethbridge Stadium to improve to 7-1 on the season.
Meanwhile, the Comets (3-4) beat Holy Trinity Academy 26-21 to keep their seventh seeding in Tier I after the eighth week.
In Southern Alberta High School Football League Division B play Friday night, the Taber St.
Mary’s Rebels defeated the Winston Churchill Bulldogs 56-9 to improve to 2-4 and keep their seventh seeding in the Football Alberta Tier IV rankings.
In Tier II action, the Chinook Coyotes 14-3 win over the Catholic Central Cougars in the SAHSFL Tier II semifinals Friday night at the U of L Stadium improved them to 6-1 and keeps them in eighth place in the provincial standings.
It also gives them a berth in the SAHSFL Tier II finals against the 3-3-1 Cardston Cougars, who were idle last weekend and remain in fourth place in the Tier II rankings.
The game goes Friday night at 6 p.m. in Cardston with the winner advancing to face Medicine Hat in the zone final the following weekend.
In the Tier IV division, the 1-5 Claresholm Willow Creek Cobras were idle and moved to ninth place from eighth.

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