Local football player cracks Saskatchewan Selects roster

Shaun Cranston, a Grade 11 student at KCS, has aspirations of playing college football in the United States

 

Kindersley Kobras linebacker Shaun Cranston, 16, has been chosen for the Saskatchewan Selects Football Program and will travel to San Antonio, Texas, late in February to play in the International Pigskin Football Tournament.

Kenneth Brown
of The Clarion

A high school football player from Kindersley has been invited to join Saskatchewan Selects Football Program after an evaluation camp in November.

Shaun Cranston, a Grade 11 student at Kindersley Composite School (KCS), has aspirations of playing college football in the United States and he will get a taste of four-down American football in the Saskatchewan Selects Football Program.

The local player attended an evaluation camp in November at the Yara Centre Field House in Moose Jaw, the home for the Saskatchewan Selects Football Organization. The 2018-19 campaign marks the seventh season for Saskatchewan Selects football. Cranston has been practicing with the team since Dec. 1.

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