Apologies for the confusion created earlier today when Varsity Letters’ jumped on the snap count and published the names of the B.C. high school football AA provincial all-stars. With a green light from the big bosses, here’s the full list of offence and defence and Players of the Year.
LANGLEY — The zone championships for the Big Kahuna B.C. senior boys volleyball championships have been completed and thus, we’ve got our list for the tournament, set to run Nov. 29-Dec. 2 at the Langley Events Centre.
VANCOUVER — The St. Thomas More Knights may be playing without one of the biggest parts of its collective football heart.
(Note to readers, a report from Saturday’s late game between St. Thomas More and Notre Dane will appear Sunday at VarsityLetters.ca)VANCOUVER — Sometimes, moments in this game can be so big, their authors are left speechless.Introducing Oscar Nunez, a 5-foot-11, 210-pound senior receiver/defensive end/special teams player with Port Coquitlam’s Terry Fox Ravens.If asked the recite […]
VANCOUVER — Jacob Kirk has already had some pretty cool moments at B.C. Place Stadium. Like that time three years ago when his older brother Lucas quarterbacked the South Delta Sun Devils to the Subway Bowl B.C. Triple A championships at B.C. Place Stadium.
VANCOUVER — Just in case football fans may have forgotten, the Abbotsford Panthers opened the season back in September as the No. 1-ranked team in B.C. AA football.
VANCOUVER — Even with penalties wiping out two of their longest touchdown runs of the day, North Vancouver’s Windsor Dukes were as unstoppable and as good as advertised.
NEW WESTMINSTER —You’ve got to first be a grinder if you want to be a game-breaker. If you needed proof of what is surely a playoff football axiom, you saw it as the second half of the 2017 Subway Bowl quarterfinal clash between Victoria’s Mt. Douglas Rams and the host New Westminster Hyacks unfolded on Friday at […]
Apologies for this late posting of Varsity Letters’ B.C. High School Football All U Can Eat Subway Bowl quarterfinal edition. Computer gremlins plagued us throughout the week.
LANGLEY — Even in more tumultuous times, her body language never wavered. The women’s basketball program at Trinity Western University has gone through some pretty tough times since Cheryl Jean-Paul took over the program in 2010