NORTH DELTA — The more I think about it, it might be the most rewarding part in the cycle of covering B.C.’s legion of student-athletes as they make the transition from that of high school athlete to university athlete.
It was an idea hatched 11 years ago, in the summer of 2006, and it’s one that will continue here at Varsity Letters as we get set to complete our coverage of the 2016-17 B.C. high school and university sports season.
From initial athlete selection through interviews and later, to photo sessions, pre-production meetings, and finally to the finished product you see today on newsstands or on the browser of your choice. Head of the Class is a three-month journey from start to finish.
We’ve had a fantastic few weeks of response from Varsity Letters readers regarding our annual B.C. Recruits List, and if you’ve already submitted names to us, rest assured, we’ve gotten them. But just to make sure we have the most complete list ever, it’s time to offer another gentle reminder.
ABBOTSFORD — Tausani Levale could write an entire volume about her B.C. high school rugby experiences with the Abbotsford Panthers. And after what happened Saturday on the pitch at Rotary Stadium, her memoirs will both open and close with championship chapters at the B.C. girls Double-A tournament.
Varsity Letters hasn’t even celebrated its fourth month serving B.C.’s high school and university sports communities, but we’re determined to keep a long-standing tradition alive.For the past 10 years, beginning in 2007, I have collected and published the names of B.C. high school graduating student-athletes who were set to continue studying and playing sports at […]