LANGLEY — B.C.’s high school football’s galaxy of AAA talent was put to the vote by member coaches Sunday morning, and as we get set to begin the start of Subway Bowl season with the first post-season practices on Monday, here’s the results.
Congratulations to the B.C. Secondary Schools Football Association’s 2018 AAA conference all-stars.
We’ll have the Double A all-stars later today.
MVP — Will Clarke, quarterback (Notre Dame)
Simon Smith (Vancouver College), Owen Lunny (Vancouver College), Max Sache (Seaquam), Aidan Bertuzzi (Mt. Douglas), Daniel Dordevic (New Westminster)
Keelan White (Handsworth), Sam Mosky (Mt. Douglas), Evan Paterson (South Delta), Ethan Troniak (South Delta)
Teon Alexander-Amour (Notre Dame), Basil Schincariol (Vancouver College)
Ben McDonald (South Delta)
MVP — Evan Nolli, defensive end (New Westminster)
Ayadh Badurdeen (Vancouver College), Robert Mendez (Vancouver College), Chase Malenstyn (Seaquam), Andrew Kraft (South Delta)
Cameron Mah (Notre Dame), Mahyar Hosseini (Carson Graham), Zairech Kremler (Mt. Douglas), Kinsale Phillip (New Westminster)
Jerrell Cummings (Notre Dame), Keijaun Johnson (Vancouver College), Jason Soriano (Vancouver College), Sebastian Hansen (Mt. Douglas)
MVP — Dario Ciccone, quarterback (St. Thomas More)
Matthew Hewa Baddege (Terry Fox), Noah Bedard (Lord Tweedsmuir), Cross Peloso (St. Thomas More), Layth Begg (Terry Fox), Taylor Fleming (Mission)
Yosef Drysdale (Lord Tweedsmuir), Michael Simone (St. Thomas More), Kaiden Lilley (Lord Tweedsmuir), Vasco Repole (St. Thomas More)
Jalem Catlin (Abbotsford), Cade Cote (Terry Fox)
Trey Jones (Lord Tweedsmuir)
MVP — Kojo Odoom, defensive back (Lord Tweedsmuir)
Kyle Dodd (Lord Tweedsmuir), Michael Evans (Terry Fox), Jeff Vanderwerff (Abbotsford), Cody McMahon (Mission)
Liam Cumarasamy (Terry Fox), Nathan Gernon (Lord Tweedsmuir), Daniel Auld (St. Thomas More), Luke Szmutko (Abbotsford)
Jaden Severy (Terry Fox), Bachouch Michael (Lord Tweedsmuir), Rickey Parsons (St. Thomas More), Tyson Bongo (Mission)
MVP — Jhavoun Blake, quarterback (Rutland)
Bear Akachuk (Rutland), Simon Li (West Vancouver), Andrew Mattes (Nanaimo District), Connor Brinson (W.J. Mouat), Jack McGonigle (Nanaimo District)
Nick Butler (Sardis), Matt Lowe (West Vancouver), Keenan Baker (W.J. Mouat), Bryden Holt (Spectrum)
Nathan Hausermann (W.J. Mouat), Kyle Lindsay (Nanimo District)
Josh Janssen (Sardis), Ben Welsh (West Vancouver)
MVP — Prince Manongdo, linebacker (Rutland)
Ethan Erickson (W.J. Mouat), Blake Sinclair (Nanaimo District), Spencer Broz (Nanaimo District), Caleb Aitken (Rutland)
Finn Bradbrooke (Nanaimo District), Ebiye Okoko-Chomseng (W.J. Mouat), Harrison Kuromi (Spectrum), Connor Chapman (West Vancouver), Brennan Palmer (Sullivan Heights)
Anthony Comas (Nanaimo District), A.J. Stephens (Sardis), Sam LaRue (Earl Marriott)
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