It’s time once again time to look at the top performances of the week in the world of B.C. high school football.
NORTH DELTA — This may sound funny, but North Delta’s ‘newest’ high school turned 40 a few weeks ago.
SURREY — In a manner of speaking, the football team from Surrey’s Lord Tweedsmuir Secondary wants to bring the entire school into its huddle on Friday afternoon.
It’s our final wrap up of the week’s action with a look at Saturday’s abbreviated schedule. But before we continue with the game reports, our hearts go out to the family and friends of St. Thomas More Collegiate senior varsity coach Bernie Kully who passed away peacefully late Saturday evening.
Welcome to a late edition of Varsity Letters’ Friday Night Lights B.C. high school football report. It’s our one late filing of the season (duty called Friday as I broadcast UBC’s loss to Calgary), so thanks for understanding. Out Saturday report will follow on Sunday and our regular schedule resumes next week.
We’ve got a new No. 1 in Double A, and we’ve got a new school run the Triple A rankings. It’s the VaristyLetters.ca Big 5 B.C. high school football senior varsity rankings in expanded form, plus all of last week’s scores and this weekend’s schedule:
BURNABY — It’s so easy to get caught up in the out-of-nowhere ascent that Tyler Eckert made as a raw rookie running back last season.
Welcome back to Varsity Letters’ Big 5 weekend preview. Today, we look at the top games being played Friday and Saturday in the world of B.C. high school football. It’s taken a few weeks, but now we’re right into the thick of AAA conference games.
PORT COQUITLAM — When an informal coaches poll last spring installed the Terry Fox Ravens as the team to beat in 2017 by virtue of their No. 1 spot in Varsity Letters’ preseason Big 5 Triple A football rankings, head coach Martin McDonnell and the team were more than a little surprised.