The W.H. Croxford Cavaliers high school football team are four games into the Rocky View High Schol football season and they still haven't tased defeat.

This weekend the Cavs travelled to meet the Springbank Phoenix and handed them a 31 - 10 setback to improve their record to 4 - 0 this year.  The Phoenix dropped to 0 - 2.  

With previous wins over Chestermere, George McDougall and Bow Valley, W.H. Croxford is creeping near the top spot in the Provincial Tier II high school rankings from Football Alberta for high schools with a population of between 750 and 1,249.   The Cavaliers jumped from third to second in the rankings released this week,  only trailing the top-ranked Holy Trinity Academy Knights from Okotoks who also hold a record of 4 - 0.

The George McDougall Mustangs, who had a bye this weekend but played on Thursday beat Strathmore 38-14, are also ranked in Tier II, holding down fifth place in the Week Three rankings.  The Cochrane Cobras are the only other Rocky View team in the rankings.  They're the top-ranked team in Tier III following a 54 - 3 win over the Bow Valley Bobcats on Friday.  The other game played in the league this weekend saw Chestermere win their first of the season with a 32 - 27 decision over Airdrie's Bert Church Chargers who fall to 1 - 2.  

Three more games are on tap for the coming weekend.  At 4:00 pm Friday afternoon, George Mac travels to Spray Lakes Field in Cochrane to face the Cobras.  At 7:00 pm that night, the Bow Valley Bobcats face the Lakers at Utley Field in Chestermere.

On Saturday at 1:00 pm, Bert Church travels to meet the Springbank Phoenix at Rundle College.    

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