If there has been a week with more movement in the top 15 than this past week at the Triple A level, please let us know. Not only did Kelowna’s Mt. Boucherie Bears and the Mt. Baker Wild of Cranbrook take huge climbs to the top of the charts based on their excellence at this […]
Welcome to Saturday night and our week-ending edition of Varsity Letters’ B.C. High School Football Report. We’ve got coverage of Saturday’s two AAA games as well as a late filing from Friday.
It’s Friday night, and time for our weekly tradition: Varsity Letters’ B.C. High School Football Report. Please continue to check back here throughout the evening as we update action from around the province. First a scoreboard, followed by the game reports!
HANDSWORTH 17 at NANAIMO DISTRICT 12 NANAIMO — The host Islanders blocked a Handsworth field goal with under four minutes remaining, but followed by surrendering a game-deciding pick-six as North Vancouver’s visiting Royals (1-0) topped Nanaimo District (1-1) in a Pacific Division AAA contest played Thursday in the Hub City.
BURNABY — In the wake of the passing of former senior varsity head coach Bernie Kully, the St. Thomas More Knights are coming off one of the most emotional wins in school history, Friday’s a 15-8 win over the defending B.C. Triple A champion and No. 1-ranked Terry Fox Ravens of Port Coquitlam.
NEW WESTMINSTER — When the Hyacks huddled with head coach Farhan Lalji last Saturday in North Delta following their 28-13 win over the host Seaquam Seahawks, it didn’t take long before a certain topic was introduced within the post-game conversation.
Welcome to Varsity Letter’s weekly All You Can Eat B.C. high school weekend football primer. We start off with highly anticipated set of rankings which see Double A remain constant, but Triple A undergo huge changes from top to bottom.
SURREY — Look at the picture above as you read the first few paragraphs of this story. Train your eyes on the kid wearing No. 7, the kid chosen to carry the flag and lead his Lord Tweedsmuir Panthers football team onto the field last Friday in front of what was the largest home crowd in […]
The numbers this week are mind numbing. It’s time for Varsity Letters’ Top 10 performances of the week in the world of B.C. high school football. There are so many this week that we are including honourable mentions as well:
The roller-coaster ride that often hits the provincial rankings over the first few weekends of the season seemed to settle over the past seven days.