Long flight ahead for BC commit after joining Acadia

Acadia brings in an out-of-province commit to their team.

Cian Booth, a running back from the Westshore Rebels (CJFL), has been playing football in the west for a while now and now he will be heading to the opposite end of the country to join the Acadia Axemen.

“I chose Acadia because I’ve heard great things about the team and the school and that is has a great small-town feel that I feel would be a great fit for me,” Booth said. “I like the stability of the coaching. I’ve heard nothing but great things about Coach Cummings and the coaching staff.”

Courtesy of Cian Booth.

Hailing from Okotoks, Alberta, which is south of Calgary, the 5’10, 215lbs athlete has played with the Holy Trinity Academy Knights (Big Rock League) in high school and the Big Rock Bengals (Calgary Midget Football Association). In 2016, he won the Cullen Cup with the Westshore Rebels. He will be starting his post-secondary career in history before switching to education.

“I’m just very glad to be continuing my football career and getting my education at Acadia,” Booth said. “I’m really excited to get out there and get coached up.”

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