After a very successful season with the George McDougall Mustangs, runningback Paul Condon finished out his High School football career at the Senior Bowl.
He will now be taking his talents to Regina to play for the Regina Thunder of the Canadian Junior Football League.
Condon talked about his senior year with the Mustangs.
"We had a slow start, we started off with a loss in our regular season, but we bounced back and we actually won the Division Championship, beating Cochrane who has not lost the Championship in over nine years. It was amazing, something I've never felt before."
Unfortunately, their season came to an end in provincials as they lost to who would eventually become the Provincial Champions the Holy Trinity Academy Knights of Okotoks.
"We were actually able to stop them on defense, we were getting drives going, we just had little slip-ups that kind of ended our drives and just stopped us from scoring."
In his senior season, Condon rushed for 1,218 yards on 120 carries, he also received the ball 18 times for a total of 421 yards, and he had a total of 18 touchdowns.
Due to COVID-19, Condon was only able to play two seasons with the Mustangs, his grade 11 and 12 year, both being the starting running back.
Condon reflected on what it was like to be able to play in this year's Senior Bowl.
"It was really good to be able to play with some of the best players across Alberta. Obviously, we didn't win as a team, but we definitely did have a lot of fun out there."
In the Senior Bowl, the North Team was able to knock off the South Team 30-13.
When asked about what it was to be like a Mustang for the past two years, Condon had nothing but praise.
"The Mustangs is such an amazing organization. The coaching staff is so good. Chris [Glass] was such an amazing Head Coach and he just knows how to run it. The environment was awesome."
Condon is excited to get down to Regina and play for the Thunder.
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