Congratulations to the Chiefs 3 CBFA All Stars
Brody, Landon & Ty!
Randy Bec, coach of the current Atom Chiefs, is one of only 13 to be inducted into the Alberta Sports Hall of Fame twice!! Randy was a member of the two time National Championship with the Calgary Colts, went on to play for the U of C Dinos, and was thgo/yuriygen a second round draft pic of the Edmonton Eskimos. Congratulations Randy on this epic achievement and our thanks for all you do for our club.
Carter Johnson began his football career in 2009 as a member of the Atom Chestermere Chiefs; he played two years of Atom before playing for the 2011 Chief Pee Wee team. After his one season of Pee Wee league Director Brock Jacobs suggested he move up to Bantam would challenge him more, for the 2012 season he became a Calgary Cyclones. He took all but 6 snaps for the cyclones in 2012 at center and guard. In the 2013 season Carter was the play side guard for the cyclones and in 2014 he played center. Both of those seasons he was a Calgary Bantam Football Association (CBFA) Select team member, travelling first to St. Louis Missouri and then Surrey BC, to represent the CBFA on their Select team. In 2014 he was a Captain of the Select team and the co-winner of the Top Offensive lineman in the CBFA award. Carter represented Zone 2 at the 2014 Alberta Summer games playing center and being a team Captain. In the spring of 2015 he represented the south team at the bi-annual Football Alberta Bantam Bowl helping the South team defeat the north handily in a game played in Lethbridge. From the Bantam Bowl team he was selected as a member of Football Alberta’s Under 16 team which played in the International Bowl in Dallas Texas, in January of 2016. This game was played at AT&T stadium the home of the Dallas Cowboys. The team played hard but were outmatched by Team USA Under 16. For the fall of 2015 Carter joined the Henry Wise Wood High School Warriors Football program, in his first season he helped lead them to an undefeated city championship in the junior division. For the 2016 and 2017 he was a senior warrior and was named a league All Star both seasons. Carter represented Alberta at the 2017 Canada Cup in Wolfville Nova Scotia were Alberta finished fourth. Carter was named the tournament’s All star Center which placed him on Canada’ Under 18 National Football team, who played again at the International Bowl in January of 2018 where they handily beat the Americans in a game where Carter was the only offensive lineman to take every offensive snap. Carter was a highly sought after player, having many offers to play University football throughout Canada. He chose the Home town Calgary Dino’s to continue his football career which began as a Chestermere Chief and now continues as a University of Calgary Dino.