LANGLEY — Welcome to AAA Conference All-Star week.
It’s that special time in each B.C. High School Football season when recognition shines on individuals for their efforts over the course of the regular season.
From here, the seeds of the final provincial all-star team are first planted.
Today, we start things off with the Eastern Conference.
The Western Conference will follow.
Varsity Letters publication schedule will follow on Wednesday with the Pacific and Interior conference all-star teams.
The AA conference all-star teams will be released next week.
Please note, East and West coaches have today announced their Most Promising Grade 11s as well. The East announced two selections. The West will announce one.
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All-star selections were made by conference coaches. Varsity Letters played no role in the selections of these teams.
Congratulations on your selection, players, and all the best in your future football endeavours.
EASTERN CONFERENCE AAA
MVP — Ziad Sabry (6-0, 195, running back, Grade 12, Centennial Centaurs)
Juan Valle (6-2, 275, Grade 12, Terry Fox Ravens)
Parker Lodewijkx, 6-1, 215, Grade 12, Lord Tweedsmuir Panthers)
Tyler Bergin (6-2, 250, Grade 11, G.W. Graham Grizzlies)
Colton Mocon (6-3, 300, Grade 12, G.W. Graham Grizzlies)
Walter Zheng (6-0, 250, Grade 11, Centennial Centaurs)
Mathieu Gale (5-10, 140, Grade 12, Terry Fox Ravens)
Tyson George-Kelly (6-2, 185, Grade 12, G.W. Graham Grizzlies)
Keyshawn Beswick (6-0, 170, Grade 12, Centennial Centuars)
Nate Swing (6-4, 175, Grade 11, Lord Tweedsmuir Panthers)
Gavin Whittingham (5-8, 176, Grade 12, Terry Fox Ravens)
Samuel Mannes (5-10, 172, Grade 12, G.W. Graham Grizzlies)
Owen Sieben (6-3, 178, Grade 11, Terry Fox Ravens)
MVP — Alex Gagnon (5-11, 220, linebacker, Grade 12, Terry Fox Ravens)
Vincent Branauer (6-1, 240, Grade 11, G.W. Graham Grizzlies)
Nathan McMahon (6-3, 250, Grade 12, Mission Roadrunners)
Axel Statton (6-4, 220, Grade 11, Terry Fox Ravens)
Cam Keeskotagann (6-2, 230, Grade 12, Centennial Centaurs)
Reggie Elie (6-0, 195, Grade 12, Lord Tweedsmuir Panthers)
Jack Nyrose (5-10, 180, Grade 12, Kelowna Owls)
Markus Rafnson (6-3, 200, Grade 12, Centennial Centaurs)
Isaiah Cooper (6-3, 200, Grade 12, Terry Fox Ravens)
Josh Caverly (6-0, 170, Grade 12, G.W. Graham Grizzlies)
Tamani Duncan (6-1, 200, Grade 12, Centennial Centaurs)
Jayden Martin (5-11, 170, Grade 11, Lord Tweedsmuir Panthers)
Tristan Lindsay (5-11, 155, Grade 11, Terry Fox Ravens)
MOST PROMISING GRADE 11s
Owen Sieben (6-3, 178, Terry Fox Ravens)
Vincent Branauer (6-1, 240, G.W. Graham Grizzlies)
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