LANGLEY — Win five national titles over a span of 10 years, like the Trinity Western Spartans’ women’s soccer program did from 2004-13, and you’re not only able to recruit great players into the team, you’re able to create some of the most competitive positional battles imaginable.
BURNABY — Jayme Bratsberg doesn’t have it in her to be the loudmouth libero.
LANGLEY — Week 1 is here, and with it our first full schedule of the B.C. high school football season.
Alberta had its traditional CFL Labour Day Classic today. Over on the North Shore, a little Labour Day football was also being played. Here’s our holiday Monday bonus report, with an additional look at a late-reported game from Friday.
VANCOUVER — Playing out of position on a recreational touch football team named after a fictional television series?
We check in with our final edition of Varsity Letter’s Week 0 B.C. High School Football Report.
BURNABY — No, the 1,265 fans in attendance did not rush the field and topple the goal posts Saturday afternoon at Terry Fox Field. Yet finally, there was joy in Mudville.
Welcome to the Saturday morning edition of Varsity Letters. Coaches were plagued with tough conditions to file reports Friday, all coming off 7 p.m. starts in Washington state with return trips pending. No mulligans next week, so we hope to be able to bring you the best picture possible this coming Friday night.
Welcome to 2018’s first edition of Varsity Letter’s B.C. High School Football Report. Week O’s annual limited opening Friday slate captures a select number of B.C. teams in non-conference action south of the line.
BURNABY — Jason Nelson is adamant about wanting to carve out his own identity, but as the new guy getting ready to take his share of hand-offs in the offensive backfield of the Simon Fraser Clan, he admits that embracing a snappy nickname which pays homage to an NFL great is never a bad thing.