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.

Mt. Douglas tackler Zairech Kremler attempts to slow Notre Dame running back Teon Alexander-Amour, and a member of the officiating crew does his best to step aside. In the end, nothing stopped Alexander-Amour from rushing 10 yards to pay dirt as part of the unranked Jugglers' upset 15-12 win over the No. 4-ranked Rams. (Photo by Howard Tsumura property of VarsityLetters.ca)
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09.21.18 B.C. High School Football Report Week 3, Friday Night Lights edition

LANGLEY — Welcome to Week 3 of the 2018 B.C. high school football season. There’s a small handful of non-conference tests on tap tonight, but the heart of Friday Night Lights are its 10 conference clashes. Keep checking back here tonight for updates.

New Westminster Hyacks' star two-way lineman Evan Nolli (centre, 76) puts the brakes on Terry Fox's Jevaun Jacobsen during the 2017 Subway Bowl AAA final last December at B.C. Place Stadium. (Photo by Howard Tsumura property of VarsityLetters.ca)
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For Hyacks’ senior Evan Nolli, Homecoming 2018 is the perfect time to show his home is now on the line

NEW WESTMINSTER —How exciting it must be for the scores of university football recruiters currently making their pitch to land 17-year-old Evan Nolli, knowing that the young man they are projecting as a future star along their offensive line has as good a chance to wind up being the best defensive lineman in their program.

Brayden Hamilton (6) got a key first-down off a fake punt and later scored the game's lone touchdown as the No. 5-ranked AA SRT Titans blanked South Kamloops on Friday. (Photo courtesy Mitchel Crews, Samuel Robertson Technical athletics)
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09.07.18: Varsity Letter’s B.C. High School Football Report Friday Night Lights FINAL edition

LANGLEY — Welcome to the Friday Night Lights early edition of Varsity Letters’ weekly B.C. High School Football Report.Continue to check back with us through the evening as we attempt to provide game reports from each and every football game involving B.C. senior varsity teams.FRIDAYTRIPLE AWESTERN CONFERENCECARSON GRAHAM 14 at No. 3 NEW WESTMINSTER 36NEW […]

Carson Graham's Tanis Metcalfe (centre) drives to the basket despite the active defence of Holy Cross' Shaelynn Tolereton (left) and Abbotsford's Sienna Lenz during the Fraser Valley-Lower Mainland girls high school seniors all-star game Tuesday in Burnaby. (Photo by Howard Tsumura property of VarsityLetters.ca)
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SENIOR SERVICE: Abby’s Sienna Lenz, Carson’s Tanis Metcalfe finish high school careers on a high at All-Star finale

BURNABY — The best thing about following Sienna Lenz and Tanis Matcalfe over their past few high school basketball seasons has been the way in which their respective careers just kept getting better and better.

The engine of the 2018-19 Kelowna Owls, Jaeli Ibbetson (left) and Kennedy Dickie embraced earlier this months in the seconds before their team won the B.C. AAA title at the LEC. Kelowna will open next season at No 1. (Photo by Garrett James property of Langley Events Centre)
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03.15.18: Our first look! The Varsity Letters/BCSSGBA Big 10 Pre-Preseason senior girls AAA basketball rankings

We’ve just finished the 2017-18 season, but we here at Varsity Letters are already looking ahead to next season.

Walnut Grove's Natalie Rathler tries to clear her head after taking an early tumble during Friday's Final Four AAA clash with the Abbotsford Panthers. (Photo by Howard Tsumura property of VarsityLetters.ca)
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Who else rather than Rathler? Senior post re-invents her foul-ridden self, leads Walnut Grove into B.C. AAA final

LANGLEY — Natalie Rathler turned her version of a basketball nightmare into a dream finish as the Final Four hit the Langley Events Centre on Friday.

Abbotsford Panthers' senior guard Sienna Lenz (right) helped her team drive past Surrey's Sullivan Heights Stars and into Friday's Final 4 at the BC AAA girls basketball championships. (Photo by Howard Tsumura property of VarsityLetters.ca)
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Sienna Lenz: Her comeback trail complete, Abby’s star senior guard helps lead her Panthers into Final Four Friday

LANGLEY — Ask Sienna Lenz for an interview, and the Abbotsford Panthers senior star politely asks for a few seconds. After all, unstrapping the brace which she still wears to protect her formerly injured right knee is a little more involved than pulling off a pair of socks.

Oak Bay's Georgia Alexander, headed to NCAA Dartmouth, has been honoured by the BCSSGBA as one of B.C.'s Top 15 high school basketball players. (Photo by Howard Tsumura property of VarsityLetters.ca)
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From Alexander to Wisotzki: We honour B.C.’s Top 15 girls high school basketball players; along with our POY it’s a super Sweet 16!

LANGLEY — Welcome to the Sweet 16. As has become a traditional way to welcome March Madness, the B.C. Secondary Schools Girls Basketball Association, in conjunction with VarsityLetters.ca presents its annual Player of the Year and B.C. Top 15 Girls Dream Team.