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 […]
The latest girls volleyball rankings from the BC girls volleyball commission
SURREY — No less wise a person than the Greek philosopher Plato once opined that necessity is the mother of invention. Over the past few seasons at Surrey’s Elgin Park Secondary School, it has been the mother of a recent grad who has embraced that old saying with gusto, and in the process helped make the […]
If there has been a week with more movement in the top 15 than this past week at the Triple A level, please let us know. Not only did Kelowna’s Mt. Boucherie Bears and the Mt. Baker Wild of Cranbrook take huge climbs to the top of the charts based on their excellence at this […]
As a performance, it was hardly an oil painting. Yet you would be mistaken to think that UBC quarterback Michael O’Connor’s three interceptions on Saturday night in any way sullied the final result of the ‘Birds near-total collapse in the heart of the Canada West playoff chase.
Welcome to Saturday night and our week-ending edition of Varsity Letters’ B.C. High School Football Report. We’ve got coverage of Saturday’s two AAA games as well as a late filing from Friday.
It’s Friday night, and time for our weekly tradition: Varsity Letters’ B.C. High School Football Report. Please continue to check back here throughout the evening as we update action from around the province. First a scoreboard, followed by the game reports!
The UBC Thunderbirds men’s basketball team has added a lot of new faces to its 2017-18 roster, and while they have clearly shown huge promise in the early going, they may well be without their best player for an extended period of time.Head coach Kevin Hanson told Varsity Letters on Friday afternoon that forward Conor Morgan, the […]
BURNABY — In the wake of the passing of former senior varsity head coach Bernie Kully, the St. Thomas More Knights are coming off one of the most emotional wins in school history, Friday’s a 15-8 win over the defending B.C. Triple A champion and No. 1-ranked Terry Fox Ravens of Port Coquitlam.