Surrey's Lord Tweedsmuir Panthers are back in the Varsity Letters B.C. Triple A high school football rankings. (Varsity Letters photo by Howard Tsumura)
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11.02.17: Varsity Letter’s All U Can Eat B.C. High School football notebook, rankings, schedules

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 Hyacks Yanni Angelopoulos (left) and Isaiah James are the heartbeat of the Royal City program. (Varsity Letters photo by Howard Tsumura)
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Trust in the trenches: For Hyacks’ Zeus & Big Papi, football is the ultimate brotherhood

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.

New Westminster running back Lucas Sabau works behind his offensive line en route to a 187-yard rushing performance Friday as the No. 1 Hyacks won in North Vancouver over host Carson Graham. (Alan Wardle/New West Hyacks)
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10.27.17: Varsity Letters’ B.C. High School Football Report, Friday Night Lights edition

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?

Mt. Douglas Rams' quarterback Gideone Kremler chats with head coach Mark Townsend during recent road game in Tsawwassen against the South Delta Sun Devils. (Varsity Letters photo by Howard Tsumura)
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Gideone Kremler: On comeback trail, Mt. Doug Rams’ quarterback shows he is truly the ‘Great Warrior’

His given name, roughly translated, is Great Warrior. For Mt. Douglas Rams’ quarterback Gideone Kremler, it’s been all too fitting over a high school football career in which he has matured from a young lion king into a crusty, old field general, all by his 11th grade campaign.

Windsor Dukes' quarterback Ryan Baker (left) straight-arms his way past Holy Cross tackler Jamal Osei-Anim last Saturday in Surrey. (Varsity Letters photo by Howard Tsumura)
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Windsor Dukes: Roster numbers so low, coach Schuman says ‘an injury or two could end our season’

NORTH VANCOUVER —The head coach of B.C.’s undefeated, No. 1-ranked Double A football team says there is no guarantee his team will even be able to finish the regular season. 

Late October means Seniors Day at programs around the province. Last week, Crusaders' head coach Conrad Deugau greeted his Grade 12s playing their final home games at the Surrey school. (Varsity Letters photo by Howard Tsumura)
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10.25.17: Varsity Letters’ All U Can Eat guide to the weekend in B.C. High School Football

The regular season in B.C. high school football is quickly winding down.In fact after this weekend, we’ve just got one more left until we embark on the month-long road to Subway Bowl 2018 at B.C. Place Stadium!Hunkering down for another weekend of ewxciting gridiron action?Varsity Letters has you ready with our weekly All U Can […]

Windsor Dukes quarterback Ryan Baker looks to thread a needle as Holy Cross' defensive lineman Markus Beauchamp rushes the passer Saturday afternoon in Surrey. (Varsity Letters photo by Howard Tsumura)
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10.21.17: Varsity Letter’s B.C. High School Football Report, Saturday night final edition

Welcome to Varsity Letter’s Saturday Night Fever B.C. high school football report. We cover all of Saturday’s action as well as late Friday filings and additional details from the AAA clash between South Delta and Notre Dame.