South Delta quarterback Michael Calvert passed for 654 yards and seven touchdowns Friday in an 85-70 loss at Squalicum. (Photo courtesy Gord Goble, The Delta Optimist)
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09.09.17: Varsity Letters’ BC High School Football Report, Friday Night Lights FINAL edition

(APOLOGIES TO MY LOYAL READERS, AS WELL AS COACHES AND PLAYERS. COMPUTER ISSUES HAVE FLARED UP. I HOPE TO HAVE THINGS FIXED AND BE ABLE TO PRESENT THE REST OF THE WEEKEND IN BC HIGH SCHOOL FOOTBALL AT SOME POINT ON SUNDAY. THANK YOU FOR YOUR PATIENCE)Welcome to Week 1 of Varsity Letters’ B.C. High […]

Argyle Pipers' Kristen Schulz soars to gold medal in girls senior long jump on Day 1 of The Championships! (Wilson Wong photo for Varsity Letters)
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DAY 1: Subway BCHS T&F meet: Double-medal day for Terry Fox, Irish 4x100m a blur

LANGLEY — Finals were contested in three senior events Thursday as the 50th Subway B.C high school track and field championships opened a three-day run at Langley’s McLeod Athletic Park.

Victoria's SMUS Blue Jags continued their winning ways in an offensive showdown against Richmond's RA McMath as Stadium Series 2017 hit Round 2 on Friday in Victoria. (Photo courtesy Kyle Slavin/SMUS athletics)
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05.07.17 Stadium Series edition: Varsity Letters B.C. High School Rugby Report

Welcome to Varsity Letter’s weekly B.C. High School Rugby Report.Please check back throughout the day for updates as coaches have been encouraged to send their game reports to varsitylettersbc@gmail.com or howardtsumura@gmail.com

Simon Fraser's trio of incoming high school recruits for 2017-18 are, clockwise from top left: Sierra Schefer, Juliana Babic and Kendal Sands. (Photos: VK Basketball, courtesy Juliana Babic and SFU athletics, Howard Tsumura-Varsity Letters)
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Clan’s Sweet 16 hoops roster opens, gives Class of ’17 recruits faster NCAA futures

BURNABY — The Simon Clan women’s basketball team, which honoured just a pair of graduating players on its Seniors Night in late February, is going to be a lot younger team than originally anticipated this coming season.

Abbotsford's Sienna Lenz scored a game-high 21 points in the Panthers' AAA quarterfinals win over Argyle. (Howard Tsumura, VarsityLetters.ca photo)
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Winning games on grit sign of Abby’s maturity, Panthers are Final Four-bound

LANGLEY — They may be young, but if you listen to head coach Prentice Lenz talk about his team, it seems pretty clear that the Abbotsford Panthers have learned to embrace some pretty big concepts well ahead of their time.

I try and do the impossible: Put together the bracket for the BC girls AAA basketball championships!
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Tsumura: Here’s my draw for the 2017 B.C. AAA girls hoops tourney

Impossible to seed, impossible to please.Just downright impossible.Greater minds than myself have been entrusted with putting together tonight’s draws (7 p.m. live stream, click here) for both the B.C. AA and AAA senior girls basketball championships.So I figured I would give the AAA draw a shot. (For fun coaches, please keep this in mind).TOP HALF […]