The final weekend of the regular season is upon us and look at those AAA rankings! (They’re just below). New Westminster and St. Thomas More sitting 1-2, each school undefeated against B.C. competition and each leading their respective conferences in wins and plus-minus.
NEW WESTMINSTER — One is called Zeus and the other Big Papi. On a football team, such nicknames of endearment are reserved for those who bring true presence, the kind which can help shape the temperament of the entire collective.
Eye-popping numbers in the most meaningful games? Would you expect anything less as October turns to November in the world of B.C. high school football?
We’ve got all four tiers of B.C. senior girls varsity volleyball rankings, courtesy of the B.C.Girls Volleyball Commission!
B.C.’s top senior boys volleyball programs were largely settled in a holding pattern this week, as reflected by minimal changes to the AAA and AA rankings.
BURNABY — Clint Schneider may be a native Texan, but ask him this week for directions to the green, green grass of home, and he won’t hesitate to point you to the turf at the top of Burnaby Mountain.
Welcome to Saturday night’s edition of Varsity Letters’ B.C. High School Football Report.
VANCOUVER — It was maybe the best quarter of regular season football the UBC Thunderbirds have played since Blake Nill hit these western shores in 2015.
Welcome to the Friday Night Lights edition of Varsity Letter’s B.C. High school Football Report. Can you believe it’s already the second-to-last weekend of the regular season?
NORTH DELTA — B.C.’s tight-knit basketball community lost one of its true pioneers Thursday with the passing of Stan Stewardson one day before his 79th birthday.