Realty One



Monday, August 24, 2015


Photo courtesy Wanda Harron Photography
The Regina Thunder dominated in every phase on route to a 63-14 win over the visiting Edmonton Wildcats on Sunday afternoon at Mosaic Stadium.

Quarterback Jaeden Marwick threw four touchdowns,and the running game produced four more majors as Regina improved to 2-0 on the season. The club has scored an incredible 112 points in two games this year.

Jaeden Marwick finished the game 14 of 23 passing for 184 yards, 4 touchdowns and one interception. Sawyer Beuttner was 7 of 10 for 100 yards in relief.

Preston Bews led the team in receiving with 55 yards on three catches. Levi Paul was next with 46 yards on four grabs and a touchdown. Kasim Ocaya had a pair or receiving touchdowns while Thomas Bresciani had the other major in the air.

Colton Klassen had another monster day with 176 yards along the ground on 14 carries and a touchdown. He added 28 yards through the air for 204 total yards. Victor St. Pierre-Laviolette finished with 96 yards on 9 carries and 2 touchdowns.

Defensively Jarrett Seck led the way with 5 tackles and a forced fumble. Dustin Erbach recorded 4 tackles, 3 assisted, 2 on special tams and a forced fumble. Steve McAlpine had 3 tackles in the game in the secondary.

The Thunder hit the road for their week 3 matchup in Edmonton against the Huskies. Kickoff on Sunday is at 1 o'clock.

(Recap courtesy Phil Andrews)


Anonymous said...

at least one team knows how to win...

Anonymous said...

Prediction........Hilltops totally destroy the thunder.

Anonymous said...

to get any kind of an edge to do that the hilltops ask the huskies if they got any vitamin S around for a little boost.... prediction