VANCOUVER — Even with penalties wiping out two of their longest touchdown runs of the day, North Vancouver’s Windsor Dukes were as unstoppable and as good as advertised.
NEW WESTMINSTER —You’ve got to first be a grinder if you want to be a game-breaker. If you needed proof of what is surely a playoff football axiom, you saw it as the second half of the 2017 Subway Bowl quarterfinal clash between Victoria’s Mt. Douglas Rams and the host New Westminster Hyacks unfolded on Friday at […]
Apologies for this late posting of Varsity Letters’ B.C. High School Football All U Can Eat Subway Bowl quarterfinal edition. Computer gremlins plagued us throughout the week.
SURREY — The best thing about benchmark moments is that while they so often begin in anonymity, they can, through their power of perspective, come to define the essence of the so-called big picture.
Welcome to the Saturday night edition of Varsity Letter’s B.C. High School Football report. Three playoff games make up an abbreviated, but nonetheless important, first Saturday of Subway Bowl playoffs as the majority of matchups move into B.C. Place Stadium next week.
Welcome to the second season! It’s Friday and time for the Varsity Letters’ B.C. high school football report, Subway Bowl Round-1 edition.
The post-season has arrived! This is the only place you’ll find the rankings, weekend schedule and regular-season finale scoreboard all in one place!
VANCOUVER — Ben Hladik is so attuned to everything he does as a football player, that even a discussion of his jersey number with the UBC Thunderbirds is important enough to provide a most thoughtful answer.
Varsity Letters has scanned the numbers and presents our Top Performances of the Week in B.C. High School Football. Full disclosure: Big tackling numbers in the meaningful games in the month of November tend to score high.
After much discussion, the B.C. High School AA Eastern Conference all-stars have been finalized. Von Richardson and Samwel Uko of G.W. Graham and Abbotsford respectively sit atop the class.