The best of the best? Of course we’ve got them again as Varsity Letters presents its weekly B.C. high school football Performances of the Week.
Welcome to Varsity Letter’s Saturday Night Fever B.C. high school football report. We cover all of Saturday’s action as well as late Friday filings and additional details from the AAA clash between South Delta and Notre Dame.
Like a pair of Boy Scouts living up to their famous motto, UBC defensive backs Stavros Katsantonis and Malcom Lee challenged each other in the week leading up to Saturday’s crucial clash at Manitoba to ‘Be Prepared’ for any and all eventualities. And when their turn came to turn a tight game on its ear, each […]
Welcome to the Friday Night Lights edition of Varsity Letters’ B.C. High School Football Report. Please continue to check back throughout the evening as we update senior varsity action at the AA and AAA tiers from throughout the province.
MISSION — It’s noon hour at Mission Secondary, and Danny Jakobs has his Roadrunners are watching film of their next opponent. “My philosophy has always been that you play the best if you want to be the best,” the head coach of the senior varsity explains as preparations are underway to host the powerhouse AAA No. 4-ranked […]
BURNABY — Simon Fraser has become one of the frontrunners in the world of NCAA Div. 2 women’s cross-country running. The question now, as the 2017 season enters its Triple Crown stretch drive of conference, region and national championship races?
VANCOUVER — Doug Reimer has coached UBC women’s volleyball in two different centuries, parts of three different decades and most historically, to seven U Sports national championship crowns. That’s the long way of saying he’s seen it all.
Welcome B.C. high school football fans. It’s time to start the weekend tail-gate. Varsity Letters’ All You Can Eat weekend special gices you the latest AA and AAA rankings, this weekend’s full schedule by tier and conference, and a full look at last week’s scoreboard.
LANGLEY — For those like Mike Shearon, who endure and make coaching their life’s work, there comes a time when the ideas collected and the perspectives gained are distilled into a focused credo otherwise known as a coaching philosophy.
Welcome back to the place where eye-popping numbers are commonplace.Varsity Letters presents the top performance of the week in B.C. high school football.1. RYAN BAKER — In a 41-20 win over its crosstown rivals, the Argyle Pipers, the Windsor Dukes’ quarterback dominated on both sides of the ball. Baker went 13-of-16 for 225 yards and […]