LANGLEY — We continue with B.C. High School Football Conference All-Star week.
Today, we present the AA/AA Hybrid Conference which covers schools in the Thompson-Okanagan region.
Varsity Letters will also publish today, the AAA Pacific Conference team which spans North Vancouver, Nanaimo, Chilliwack and Surrey.
Tomorrow we will wrap things up with AA’s Coastal and Northern conferences.
Last week we presented the AAA East and West all-star teams.
All-star selections were made by conference coaches. Varsity Letters played no role in the selections of these teams.
MVP AAA — Aiden Wyberg (5-10, 195, RB, Mt. Boucherie Bears)
MVP AA — Toryn Fraser (5-8, 175, RB, Grade 12, South Kamloops Titans)
Tate Connor (6-3, 300 , Mt. Boucherie Bears)
Caleb Cunninham (6-7, 280 , Mt. Boucherie Bears)
Zack Drummond (6-2, 240, Rutland VooDoos)
Jack McPheeters (5-9, 175, Vernon Panthers)
Charlie Bishoff (6-4, 300, Okanagan Mission Huskies)
Ashton Yamaoka (6-3, 185, South Kamloops Titans)
Kurtis Pearson (5-11, 160, South Kamloops Titans)
Roan Reid (6-0, 180, Vernon Panthers)
Mekhi Emerenini (6-0, 160, Rutland VooDoos)
Dom Kemitzis (5-9, 180, Salmon Arm Golds)
Jaxon Armstrong (5-10, 180, Mt. Boucherie Bears)
Ty Walker (6-0, 160, Rutland VooDoos)
AAA MVP — Kai Brydon (6-0, 210, LB, Rutland VooDoos)
AA MVP — Grayson Statham (6-0, 160, DL, Vernon Panthers)
Nolan Matthews (6-2, 245, Vernon Panthers)
Ben Pickering (6-3, 285, Rutland VooDoos)
Payson White (6-1, 200, Rutland VooDoos)
Locklin Brodie (5-9, 184, Mt. Boucherie Bears)
Drake Weissenborn (6-0, 175, Salmon Arm Golds)
Scotty Hoffman (5-9, 185, Vernon Panthers)
Grayson Peters (6-1, 200, South Kamloops Titans)
Isaac Matity (5-11, 155, Mt. Boucherie Bears)
Jesse Peters (6-4, 185, South Kamloops Titans)
Braden Khunkhun (5-11, 165, Vernon Panthers)
Enrique Segal (5-9, 155, Vernon Panthers)
Liam O’Flynn (6-0, 170, Rutland VooDoos)
MOST PROMISING GRADE 11s
AAA — Caleb Cunningham, 6-7, 280, OL, Mt. Boucherie Bears)
AA — Kai Yamaoka (6-0, 195, LB, South Kamloops Titans)
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