South Delta running back Andrew Kraft helped lead the Sun Devils into the Subway Bowl quarterfinals. (Varsity Letters file photo by Howard Tsumura)
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FINAL: 11.09.18 Friday Night Lights Subway Bowl Round 1 edition – Varsity Letters’ B.C. high school football report

LANGLEY — Welcome to the second season. The Subway Bowl playoffs opened on six fronts at both the Triple-A and Double-A tiers on Friday and we’ve got reports from all six games. Five more game follow Saturday.

Mission's winged helmets seem especially appropriate this season as the team has adopted the double-wing, an offence which has the Roadrunners rushing up a storm. (Photo by Howard Tsumura property of VarsityLetters.ca)
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Mission earns its football wings, rush-heavy Roadrunners pay homage in adopting John Barsby’s double-wing offence

MISSION — Wrong offence, bad result. Right offence, good result. The Mission Roadrunners are true believers in that simplest of formulas this season, their third at the Triple-A tier, and one in which they have finally begun to show the signs of forward progress.

Lord Tweessmuir Panthers Nathan Gernon (left, 55) and Colton Cameron put the bookend squeeze on St. Thomas More Knights' running back Julian Valerio on Friday during AAA Eastern Conference clash in Cloverdale. The home team came away 27-21 winners. (Photo by Howard Tsumura property of Varsity Letters)
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FINAL EDITION: 10.05.18 Friday Night Lights Varsity Letters’ B.C. High School Football Report

LANGLEY — Welcome to Friday Night Lights final edition.It’s a wrap for tonight. Just a note, we’ve got a full scoreboard first with re-caps underneath. The New Westminster vs. Notre Dame game report will be published Saturday. 

The 2018-19 Kelowna Owls, including Jaeli Ibbetson (left) and Kennedy Dickie will help headline the 2018 Tsumura Basketball Invitational this December at the LEC. It will be the Owls' first trip back since they won it all last March. (Photo by Garrett James property of Langley Events Centre)
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Tsumura Basketball Invitational: Our 2018 girls tournament brings the best of B.C.’s present and future talent to the LEC

LANGLEY — Gold, silver, bronze and the future beyond? That’s the theme moving forward as the countdown begins for the senior girls 2018 Tsumura Basketball Invitational, set to tip-off a three-day engagement Dec. 13-15 at the Langley Events Centre.

With Little Flower Academy's Maibell Ong (third from left) showing her emotion, the Angels (including clockwise after Ong: Maddie Miller, Ashely Velasco, libero Melanie Tran, Elysse Barfoot and Chiara Mezzarobba) celebrate a point on their way to first place at the Mizuno UBC girls high school invitational. (Photo by Howard Tsumura property of VarsityLetters.ca)
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Little Flower Power: LFA’s flying Angels make a quick rise to the top of B.C. girls high school volleyball world

VANCOUVER — As of this writing, they are 16-0, and a team so thoroughly connected that all the fun they seem to be having with each other is no illusion.

Vernon Panthers' quarterback Thomas Hyett hit the ground throwing on Friday in leading his No. 1 Panthers past AAA Kelowna. (File photo by Katherine Peters, Vernon Secondary athletics)
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09.08.18 edition: Varsity Letter’s Saturday morning B.C. High School Football Report

LANGLEY — Welcome to our Saturday morning edition of Varsity Letter’s B.C. High School Football Report. Technical difficulties, including e-mail transmissions and faulty stat programs delayed our efforts to provide you with a pair of  games from Friday.

Mt. Douglas Rams' quarterback Gideone Kremler surveys the scene last season when his team visited the South Delta Sun Devils. The locations are reversed when the 2018 AAA Western Conference season opens Friday in Victoria between the same two powerhouse teams. (Photo by Howard Tsumura property of Varsity Letters)
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Varsity Letters Big 5 games: The top five Week 1 match-ups in B.C. high school football!

LANGLEY — B.C. high school football on B.C. soil! Yes, the 2018 season gets its real start Friday, and as the long road to Subway Bowl’s championship Saturday gets underway, Varsity Letters looks at the top five games of the weekend.

UBC's latest recruit, rising fourth-year point guard Jadon Cohee has big goals for both himself and the Thunderbirds' basketball program. (Photo by Richard Lam property of UBC athletics)
Burnaby South fans may well get a chance to enjoy another of these rare moments as the Rebels will enter the 2018-19 season as the clear B.C. Quad A title favourite. (Photo by Wilson Wong, UBC athletics)
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.