CFC50 Game PREVIEW (AB): CFC50 Harry Ainlay Titans looking to blow past Carr Champions CFC50 Bev Facey Falcons

Harry Ainlay Titans vs. Bev Facey Falcons

Friday, Oct. 6 @ 7:30pm., Emerald Hills Regional Park Artificial Turf (Sherwood Park)

Three-time defending Tier 1 Carr Conference champions, the Bev Facey Falcons (3-1) will be taking on undefeated, high-scoring team the Harry Ainlay Titans (4-0).

Harry Ainlay QB Eli Hetlinger connecting with #CFC100 Jonathan Rosery for one of many carries in the Austin O’Brien Crusaders game (photo courtesy: Trevor Spaulding)

The Titans have maintained their composure and sheer dominance against every team in the league so far with another big win last week against the Austin O’Brien Crusaders 44-6.

Quarterback Eli Hetlinger has 17 touchdowns under his belt equaling out to 1229 passing yards partnering up with #CFC100’s Jonathan Rosery for 7 of those TD’s. Rosery is currently at the top of the league with 436 rushing yards. Defensive players Brandon Onishenko and Connor Tywoniuk top their team with a combined 35 tackles.

Competing against Bev Facey will be the Titans biggest challenge yet, but the Falcons are not flying so high lately.

Starting off the season losing an exhibition game against the St. Joseph Celtics 23-10, the Metro League champions are not commanding the field like they have in the past couple seasons.

Without their star offensive player Chuba Hubbard on the roster this year, Bev Facey has to rely on other upcoming players such as Jake Withrow putting up 159 rushing yards and 6 touchdowns in his season so far and quarterback Ben Hannaford racking up 317 passing yards.

Their losing game to cross-town opponent the Salisbury Sabres this past Friday was the first ‘L’ against this particular team since 2013. Head Coach Curtis Martin says his boys did not perform well in any of the four quarters of the game.

Although the sudden loss put a damper on the Bev Facey players, there is no doubt they will approach this next game with maximum force for the Titans are a very major threat at this point.

This game is a question whether the Harry Ainlay will finally take over the top coveted spot from the Bev Facey Falcons? Or will the Falcons rise from the ashes to keep their rightful place as champions?



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