Holy Cross quarterback Andrew Hunt threw three TD passes Saturday in an upset win over No. 2 John Barsby. (Photo by Howard Tsumura property of VarsityLetters.ca)
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10.14.18 edition Varsity Letters’ Saturday B.C. high school football report: Surrey’s Crusaders, Mariners each victorious

LANGLEY — It was a  light Saturday of action in the B.C. high school football ranks, but both games were key in terms of the battles in AAA’s Pacific and AA’s Western conference races.

A seasoned braintrust led by head coach Denis Kelly (right) and assistant and longtime former head coach George Oswald has Notre Dame's Jugglers off to a perfect 5-0 start in AAA Western Conference play following a hard-fought 33-13 win Friday over Carson Graham. (Photo by Howard Tsumura property of VarsityLetters.ca)
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FINAL EDITION – 10.13.18 Varsity Letters’ Saturday morning QB edition: Friday’s B.C. High School Football report

Once again, thanks for your understanding. Your faithful agent spent Friday broadcasting and writing on UBC’s 20-10 win over the Saskatchewan Huskies. With the once-a-season conflict over, here is our look at the night that was in B.C. high school football. Please check back through the early part of the day as this post continues to update.

While Lord Tweedsmuir's Davis Lutterodt (left) trails on the play, teammate Jaden Simon closes in on STM's Michael Simone last week in Surrey. Both teams were back in AAA Eastern Confernence action on Friday. (Photo by Howard Tsumura property of VasrsityLetrers.ca)
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10.12.18 Friday Night Lights Varsity Letters’ B.C. High School Football Report

CLICK HERE FOR FULL FRIDAY NIGHT REPORT!LANGLEY — Welcome to the Friday Night Lights edition of Varsity Letters’ B.C. High School Football Report.

Notre Dame quarterback Will Clarke did it all on offence and defence to help the Jugglers upset New Westminster. (Photo by Howard Tsumura property of VarsityLetters.ca)
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Varsity Letters’ Top 10 Performances of the Week: Notre Dame QB Clarke wills his Jugglers to dramatic win

LANGLEY — It was quite a week for marquee teams from AAA’s Western Conference. Two games — Notre Dame vs. New Westminster, Vancouver College vs. South Delta — produced some amazing results and equally amazing individual performances. Once again, it’s time to honour Varsity Letter’s Top 10 Performances of the Week from B.C. High School Football:

Senior running back Daesaun Johnson (2) will be one of the key figures for the No. 3-ranked Vancouver College Fighting Irish in their clash Friday at New Westminster against the No. 5-ranked Hyacks. (Photo by Howard Tsumura property of VarsityLetters.ca)
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BCHSF Q&A: As No. 3 Van College preps for Friday date at No. 5 New West, Irish HC Bernett ponders four key questions

VANCOUVER — What a difference a year can make. From the ashes of last season’s 1-6 league record to a 5-0 start this season in the AAA Western Conference, the No. 3-ranked Vancouver College Fighting Irish (6-0, 5-0 West) can tell you with authority that while youth will always be served, patience remains a virtue.

From unranked to No. 6 in the latest B.C. AAAA senior girls volleyball rankings. That's the leap taken by Vancouver's Lord Byng Grey Ghosts following a first-place finish at UBC Okanagan over the weekend. (Photo by Howard Tsumura property of VarstiyLetters.ca)
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B.C. girls Top 10 volleyball ranks: Belmont holds AAAA No. 1 after Sherman’s MVP outing, Byng wins at Ogopogo

LANGLEY — Jocelyn Sherman’s MVP play carried the two-time defending B.C. AAAA champion Belmont Bulldogs past crosstown rival Oak Bay Breakers in the championship final of the Camosun Chargers Classic Saturday in Victoria.

After a rather anonymous start to his post-secondary soccer career, North Vancouver's Kristian Yli-Hietanen (left) has risen to the upper reaches of the Canada West's goal-scoring class as a fourth-year striker with the UBC Thunderbirds.
The Burnaby Central Wildcats, pictured here at the recent Mizuno UBC Invitational, continue to hold a spot in the B.C. AAA Top 15. (Photo by Howard Tsumura property of VarsityLetters.ca)
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Doing a double take? Yes, that is Oak Bay's resident basketball star Diego Maffia, this year the starting setter for the Barbers' Top 10 AAA volleyball team, and the leading scorer on the Bays varsity soccer team. Remind you of another Victoria wunderkind of the past? (Photo by Howard Tsumura property of VarsityLetters.ca)
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A Sunday read: Oak Bay’s star multi-sport student-athlete Diego Maffia shares a high school resume strikingly similar to you know who!

VICTORIA — He’s the reigning Vancouver Island AAA MVP in one sport. In another, at it’s 2017 B.C. AAA championship tournament, he was the event’s second-leading scorer. And finally, in the sport of basketball, the one he calls his speciality, he is easily among a handful of the best long-range shooters our province has seen in the […]