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09.26.17: Varsity Letters’ Top 10 B.C. High School Football Performances of the Week

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It’s Varsity Letters’ weekly Top 10 Performances of the Week in B.C. High School Football. First off, apologies on my part for missing an exceptional performance! Consider this one a plug-in tie at any number you see fit! St. Thomas More’s Sam Steele had 10 tackles including four sacks in his team’s 28-0 win over Kelowna. 

  1. ELI HELMS-NORTON— In the same game in which the Belmont star took the opening-kickoff 90 yards to the house, he also finished with 142 yards on just three receptions, including touchdowns of 52 and 85 yards in the Bulldogs 25-9 upset win over No. 5 Vancouver College.
  2. JADEN SEVERY — Playing just the first half, the Terry Fox Grade 11 running back rushed for 273 yards and five touchdowns in a 79-0 win against Abbotsford’s W.J. Mouat Hawks. 
  3. MICHAEL CALVERT — The most prolific offensive force in B.C. high school football went 25-of-32 for 381 yards and five touchdowns to lead South Delta to a 39-12 win over North Vancouver’s Carson Graham Eagles. He also rushed for 89 yards and one touchdown.
  4. TYSON PHILPOT — Caught three touchdown passes from quarterback Josh Haydu, and rushed for two others, leading the Seaquam Seahawks to a 35-15 win over Notre Dame.
  5. TYLER ECKERT — The St. Thomas More senior rushed 17 times for 120 yards and one touchdown, and from his defensive end spot, collected four sacks in a 28-0 win over Kelowna.
  6. DEREK BEST — The Lord Tweedsmuir running back rushed 13 times for 172 yards and three touchdowns, leading the Panthers to a 48-0 road win against Kelowna’s Mt. Boucherie Bears.
  7. RYERSON WALLACE — In a tight, low-scoring game, the West Vancouver middle linebacker was a presence, collecting seven tackles including a sack in the Highlanders’ 7-6 loss to Abby’s visiting Robert Bateman Timberwolves
  8. RYAN BAKER — Windsor’s quarterback passed for 141 yards and a touchdown and also rushed for 112 yards and four TDs as North Vancouver’s No. 3-ranked Double A Dukes, topped No. 1 Abbotsford 44-27 on the road.
  9. LOGAN PEPPER — Rushed just four times but went in for a touchdown with each touch, totalling 168 yards on the ground in leading Parksville’s Ballenas Whalers to a 34-9 win over Nanaimo District.
  10. JACOB GREEN — Didn’t this guy play for the Seattle Seahawks? Green, the senior, totalled 16 tackles as North Vancouver’s Argyle Pipers topped the Langley Saints 34-14.

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