Team Alberta, which includes Cochrane's Ethan Clazie, is striving to unseat Saskatchewan in Sunday's U18 Canada Cup championship game.
Team Alberta earned a berth in the final after upsetting number two ranked Quebec yesterday, 23-13.
Alberta had a 16-6 lead at the half and scored a touchdown early in the fourth to expand upon their lead. Quebec responded with a touchdown eight minutes into the fourth but that was all the stingy Alberta defence allowed.
Quebec has a strong running game but couldn't outpace Alberta's passing game.
Cochrane Cobras receiver Clazie is the lone player from here, and turned heads with his performances against both British Columbia and Quebec.
Against Quebec, he racked up 59 yards on five receptions, the longest 22 yds. Clazie had 106 all-purpose yards, second highest on the team to Calgary's Matteo Civitarese, who scored all three of Alberta's touchdowns.
Saskatchewan goes into tonight's game in search of their third consecutive Canada Cup championship.
Sunday's game time is 8 p.m. MST. Kelowna, B.C. is hosting the championship.