Three CFC100s take their skills to U of R

Rams welcome three local commits to their 2019 class.

CFC100 running back Isaac Birdsell-Tyndale from Miller Comprehensive Catholic High School won’t need much time to adjust to the coaching style of the University of Regina Rams.

CFC100 receiver Emmett Steadman and CFC100 defensive back Carson Sombach from Miller Comprehensive will also be joining the Rams.

CFC100 Isaac Birdsell-Tyndale

Leaving behind old teammates can be tough, but Isaac Birdsell-Tyndale will have some familiar faces in the Rams’ locker room. “I chose U of R because of the small-town feel and the amazing coaching staff,” the product of Regina, Saskatchewan said. “It also gives me the option to stay at home and continue playing with my Miller family!”

During his career, Birdsell-Tyndale said he has worked with almost every coach on the Rams staff. “They are all very professional and take their job seriously. Dwayne Masson, the running back coach, is a huge standout for my commitment to the Rams. He’s helped me improve as a player since grade 10 and his knowledge of the game is out of this world. He’s everything a player would want to see in a coach,” he said.

In his eight-year career, Birdsell-Tyndale has played for the Miller Comprehensive Marauders (RHSAA) and spent four seasons of winter football with the South Sask Selects. In 2016, the 5’10, 205lbs athlete helped his team win a 3A championship. He also helped the Marauders to a city and a provincial championship title in 2018.

With his future school set, Birdsell-Tyndale ended with, “Keep your eyes on the prize!”

CFC100 Emmett Steadman

Emmett Steadman also calls Regina home. He was a member of the 2018 South Sask Selects U16 team. While with the Marauders, he played as a slotback, strong safety, kicker and punter. In the 2018 4A provincial championship game, Steadman, who is 6’0, 165lbs, scored two touchdowns off of a 26-yard and a 43-yard pass. He also blocked a punt and returned it for a three-yard touchdown. In a trick play, he made a 25-yard touchdown pass.

CFC100 Carson Sombach

A fellow resident of Regina, Carson Sombach played with the Marauders as a running back and outside linebacker. He was also a member of the 2018 South Sask team. The 5’9, 165lbs athlete has played for eight years with the Bears (atom), Mustangs (peewee) and Eagles (bantam) in the Regina Minor Football league.

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