Carson Graham linebacker Mahyar Hosseini led his team in tackles Saturday as the Eagles avoided the post-Buchanan Bowl blues with a comeback win in North Delta over the Seaquam Seahawks. (Photo by Blair Shier property of www.Blair.photo)
Notre Dame's Will Clark (centre), pictured earlier this season against Seaquam, engineered the big plays on both defence and offence Friday as the Jugglers defeated B.C. AAA champ New Westminster at Burnaby Lakes. (Photo by Howard Tsumura property of Varsity Letters)
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Will the Thrill: Notre Dame pivot Will Clarke wills Jugglers to improbable victory over B.C. champion Hyacks

BURNABY — When you put together a 15-game win streak dating back to the end of the 2016 season like the New Westminster Hyacks (4-2, 3-1) had, and along that journey, you win a provincial title, you know it’s going to take a special effort from the opposition to beat you.

Lord Tweessmuir Panthers Nathan Gernon (left, 55) and Colton Cameron put the bookend squeeze on St. Thomas More Knights' running back Julian Valerio on Friday during AAA Eastern Conference clash in Cloverdale. The home team came away 27-21 winners. (Photo by Howard Tsumura property of Varsity Letters)
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FINAL EDITION: 10.05.18 Friday Night Lights Varsity Letters’ B.C. High School Football Report

LANGLEY — Welcome to Friday Night Lights final edition.It’s a wrap for tonight. Just a note, we’ve got a full scoreboard first with re-caps underneath. The New Westminster vs. Notre Dame game report will be published Saturday. 

Abbotsford running back Jalem Catlin rushed 32 times and gained 283 yards as the Panthers topped Kelowna in Eastern Conference AAA action. (Photo by Becky Szmutko/Abbotsford Secondary athletics)
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Varsity Letters’ Top 10 Performances of the Week: Cat’s out of the bag for Catlin, Abby running back rushes for 283 yards and 3 TDs

Once, again, we are happy to bring you the best of week that was in B.C. high school football. Week 4 featured some huge numbers along the ground and through the air.

St. Thomas More Knights fans' at B.C. Place Stadium paid tribute to late head coach Bernie Kully during last season's run to the Subway Bowl AAA semifinals. (Photo by Howard Tsumura property of VarsityLetters.ca)
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Bernie Kully: One year after his passing, the inspiring spirit of St. Thomas More football coach lives on in Knights’ players, coaches

BURNABY — This past Sunday marked a year since his passing at the age of 41 to esophageal cancer. Yet even without his daily presence in the classrooms and along the sidelines of the practice field at Burnaby’s St. Thomas More, the spirit of former Knights’ varsity head coach Bernie Kully has endured in ways which […]

The Vancouver College Fighting Irish look to go 6-0 on the season Saturday when the AAA No. 5 team play host to South Delta. Irish players (left to right) Matthew Unsworth, Anthony Burke and Simon Smith get in touch with their inner growl in the moments before a 28-0 win Sept. 8 at Seaquam. (Photo by Howard Tsumura property of VarsityLetters.ca)
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10.02.18 edition B.C. high school football Weekend Survival Guide: Big 5 rankings, Top 5 Games to Watch plus full schedule

LANGLEY — It feels like it just started, but B.C. high school football’s regular season reaches its midway mark this weekend. Finally, all divisions of both tiers will be fully engaged in conference games and that makes every contest a big one.

For the first time in series history, the road team won the annual Kushnir Boot. On Saturday, that all added up to a New Westminster triumph over the host South Delta Sun Devils. (Photo by Mark Booth property of the Delta Optimist)
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09.29.18 Varsity Letters’ Saturday night B.C. High School Football Report: Kushnir Boot, Buchanan Bowl edition

Saturday night is here and so is Varsity Letter’s B.C.High School Football report. Keep checking back through the day for updates from around the province.

Mission Roadrunners' receiver Tyson Bongo, shown here gaining some YAC versus Lord Tweedsmuir in 2017, brought his sure hands to the show Friday with a touchdown catch in a win over Mt. Boucherie. (Photo by Howard Tsumura property of VarsityLetters.ca)
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BCHSF Report Saturday morning 09.29.18 mop-up edition: Mission is 2-0, Rutland is 4-0 and Vernon grounds Alberta champions

LANGLEY — We’re cleaning up Friday results in anticipation of a big Saturday that includes AAA Western Conference games of note.

With players like Adam Lecy (77) populating a talented offensive line, the No. 5-ranked Fighting Irish rushed for seven touchdowns Friday in Victoria. (Photo by Howard Tsumura property of VarsityLetters.ca)
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FINAL EDITION 09.28.18: Varsity Letters’ B.C. High School Football Report, Friday Night Lights edition

LANGLEY — Welcome to Week 4 of the 2018 B.C. high school football season. We have broken out our coverage on the season’s showcase No. 1 vs. No. 2 AAA game between Lord Tweedsmuir and Terry Fox this afternoon in Surrey.

Yosef Drysdale (4) was a dynamic, tackle-breaking force on Friday afternoon as No. 1 Lord Tweedsmuir beat visiting No. 2 Terry Fox 20-14 in a class of AAA superpowers in Surrey. (Photo by Howard Tsumura property of Varsity Letters)
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Drysdale is dynamite, Panthers’ line blue-chip as No. 1 Tweedy wears down No. 2 Terry Fox in battle of BCHS football super-powers

SURREY — There was a rather revealing moment Friday in a game which pitted B.C.’s two highest-ranked football teams in a AAA clash for the ages.