The Carson Graham Eagles move into honourable mention status in the latest Big 5 rankings. (Blair Shier/
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09.14.17 edition: Varsity Letters’ Big 5 B.C. high school football rankings

The Big 5 B.C. high school football senior varsity rankings in expanded form:

1. Terry Fox Ravens (Port Coquitlam) (0-1) (LW-1)
LW — Did not play
TW — Friday host Mt. Douglas
2. New Westminster Hyacks (2-1)(2)
LW — Def. Mission 42-14
TW — Do not play
3. South Delta Sun Devils (1-1)(3)
LW — Lost to Squalicum 85–70
TW — Saturday host Mission
4. Mt. Douglas Rams (Victoria) (1-0) (4)
LW — Def. Argyle 27-6
TW — Friday at Terry Fox
5. Lord Tweedsmuir Panthers (Surrey) (1-0) (5)
LW — Def. Lakewood (Wash.) 47-28
TW — Saturday at Vancouver College
Seaquam Seahawks (North Delta) (1-0) (HM)
LW — Def. Sehome (Wash.) 46-28
TW — Saturday host Centennial
Vancouver College Fighting Irish (0-1) (HM)
LW — Lost 30-17 to Calgary-Notre Dame
TW — Saturday host Lord Tweedsmuir
Notre Dame Jugglers (Vancouver) (1-0) (HM)
LW — Def. Abbotsford 34-7
TW — Friday host Holy Cross
Carson Graham Eagles (North Vancouver) (2-0) (NR)
LW — Def. W.J. Mouat 49-25
TW — Saturday host Handsworth

1. Abbotsford Panthers (0-1) (LW-1)
LW — Lost 34-7 to Notre Dame
TW — Friday host St. Thomas More
2. Vernon Panthers (1-0) (3)
LW — Def. Robert Bateman 42-7
TW — Sept. 14 host Cochrane (Alta)
3. Windsor Dukes (North Vancouver) (0-0) (2)
LW — Did not play
TW — At Pitt Meadows Friday
4. John Barsby Bulldogs (Nanaimo) (1-0) (5)
LW — Def. Nanaimo Dist. 35-14
TW — Host Samuel Robertson Tech on Friday
5. G.W. Graham Grizzlies (Chilliwack) (1-0) (HM)
LW — Def. Ballenas 25-20
TW — Friday at Argyle
Ballenas Whalers (Parksville) (0-1) (4)
LW — Lost 25-20 to G.W. Graham
TW — Friday host Belmont
Hugh Boyd Trojans (Richmond) (0-1) (HM)
LW — Lost 16-13 to Handsworth
TW — At Robert Bateman Friday
Argyle Pipers (North Vancouver) (0-1) (HM)
LW — Lost 27-6 to Mt. Douglas
TW — Friday host G.W. Graham
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