After a thrilling 2019 season in which Vancouver College and its running back Daesaun Johnson (2, front) won the Subway Bowl AAA title, the 2020 campaign's particulars are up in the air due to the COVID-19 pandemic. BCSSFA president Travis Bell talks about the big issues with Howard Tsumura. (Photo by Howard Tsumura property of VarsityLetters.ca 2019. All Rights Reserved)
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05.26.20 edition: Varsity Letters-The Podcast talks B.C. high school football with BCSSFA president Travis Bell

NORTH DELTA — Welcome back to Varsity Letters – The Podcast!

This week, B.C. Secondary School Football Association president Travis Bell joins host Howard Tsumura to discuss what lies ahead for high school football in B.C. ahead of what is hoped to be an on-schedule September kick-off.


Of course, it’s a fluid situation, and Abbotsford’s Bell — a former head coach at W.J. Mouat and current vice-principal at Robert Bateman Secondary — addresses the challenges in these unprecedented times.

Varsity Letters, Canada’s only podcast dedicated solely to provincial university and high school sports coverage, is produced by Gabriel Lynn, and available at Apple Music, Spotify, or wherever you listen to podcasts.

Our theme music, Generation Next, is written and performed exclusively for Varsity Letters by Chad Joiner and the MEI Screaming Eagles marching band.

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One thought on “05.26.20 edition: Varsity Letters-The Podcast talks B.C. high school football with BCSSFA president Travis Bell

  1. Great show .Thank you for all you do Howard.High school football should be gratefull that there is still ay least one voice covering the sport

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