Apologies for this late posting of Varsity Letters’ B.C. High School Football All U Can Eat Subway Bowl quarterfinal edition. Computer gremlins plagued us throughout the week.
The final weekend of the regular season is upon us and look at those AAA rankings! (They’re just below). New Westminster and St. Thomas More sitting 1-2, each school undefeated against B.C. competition and each leading their respective conferences in wins and plus-minus.
NORTH VANCOUVER —The head coach of B.C.’s undefeated, No. 1-ranked Double A football team says there is no guarantee his team will even be able to finish the regular season.
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.
Welcome to the Friday Night Lights edition of the B.C. High School Football Report.Please check back on this posting throughout the evening from the latest scores from around the province.First a scoreboard, then our game reports:FRIDAYAAA EASTERN CONFERENCELord Tweedsmuir 54 Mission 0Mt. Boucherie 46 Kelowna 22W.J. Mouat 44 Centennial 14St. Thomas More 15 Terry Fox […]
Welcome to another week of Varsity Letter’s B.C. High School Football Report. You know the drill! Keep checking back with us throughout the evening for updates from around the province. Here’s the complete scoreboard, followed by our game reports!
Early-season surprises, traditional powers and old-fashioned underdogs. We’ve got everyone represented!
We’re final for our Friday Night Lights edition! Spread the word through Twitter and Facebook and find us later in the day for our Saturday Night edition!
It’s time to roll out Varsity Letters’ Big 5 rankings for AA and AAA B.C. high school football.Note that we debuted the AAA Big 5 last spring on our site with team-by-team previews. Our AAA honourable mentions, however, along with the full AA package, are brand new.Click here for a full look at AA No. […]
NORTH VANCOUVER — There must be some part of Madison Legault which knows she is no longer the baby sister, no longer the tiniest player on her team at 5-foot-2.