When Abbie Simms slotted a left-footed shot into the bottom right corner of the net in the fifth-round of penalty kicks against Victoria’s perennial powerhouse Oak Bay Breakers, and Campbell River’s Carihi Tyees began their celebration, its longtime coach could only shake his head.“We’ve gone to penalty kicks seven times this season,” began Tyees’ head […]
LANGLEY — The Subway B.C. High School Track and Field championships is the largest and most comprehensive of its kind in Canada. And when it opens another three-day run on June 1 at Langley’s McLeod Athletic Park, the event will be celebrating a landmark 50th birthday.
RICHMOND — Maybe the most amazing thing about Camryn Rogers’ vast skills as a thrower?
Varsity Letters hasn’t even celebrated its fourth month serving B.C.’s high school and university sports communities, but we’re determined to keep a long-standing tradition alive.For the past 10 years, beginning in 2007, I have collected and published the names of B.C. high school graduating student-athletes who were set to continue studying and playing sports at […]
Welcome back to the countdown! Last we introduced Varsity Letters’ Big 5 Triple A preseason countdown by starting off with the No. 5 Lord Tweedsmuir Panthers of Surrey.
Welcome to Varsity Letter’s B.C. high school rugby report. Provincial tournament playdowns are now complete with the big dance set to begin May 31 in Abbotsford.
VICTORIA — Quinn Ngawati knows that every profession, in some manner, requires an extended apprenticeship.
Claire Eccles throws a pitch that makes batters buckle at the knees. On Tuesday, one of those rare days when your passions and your dreams come together in historic fashion, Eccles could be excused for feeling a little wobbly herself at times.
(We’re starting our countdown to the 2017 B.C. high school football season a little earlier than usual. Once a week, for the next five weeks, Varsity Letters will count down our Pre-Preseason Big 5 AAA teams. This week, we begin with No. 5, Surrey’s Lord Tweedsmuir Panthers)
BURNABY — Simon Fraser Clan women’s track and field enjoyed a shining moment this past weekend at the Great Northwest Athletic Conference championships in Oregon.