The winning hasn't stopped for the Strathmore Spartans Football team as they clinched another big win. They came out with a 41-0 win against Crescent Heights High School in Medicine Hat this past Friday making them still undefeated, as they are now 4-0 (5-0 if you include preseason games). 

This was a great game for Head Coach Danny Warrack but as much as he says that the team played quite well this game, he explains that they just aren't capitalizing on their opportunities. 

"The game started a little bit slow, but we got five really good drives in the first half and only came out with 10 points. We made some mistakes in the red zone a couple of times but other than that we played really well in the first half of the game." 

The second half, however, was a completely different story Warrack says as they scored on every single drive that they had plus plenty of touchdowns. 

"We had three rookies who all got their first touchdown which was great to see, and we had a lot of young guys get in some playing time which was really awesome."

There isn't much that Warrack says the teams needs to be better at except capitalizing on opportunities in the game and getting up on the teams a little bit quicker than they have been the last couple of games. 

"This is something that we really could have done better in the first half because we ended up having a couple fumbles, a few penalties, it wasn't anything major just a few things that we need to clean up before our next game."

The Spartans are heading to Chestermere this Friday to face the Chestermere High School Lakers. A team that is very familiar to them as they have played them before back in 2021. 

"The last time that we played them we came out 28-27, so it was a real close game that could have gone either way. I actually know the coach their quite well (Coach Scott Ledieu). We coached spring football together this year. He is a good guy and I know a few of his players as well." 

The Spartans vs Lakers game will be this Friday (September 29) at 6:30 P.M at the Chestermere High School Football Field. 

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