Sullivan Heights running back Bryzen Tamani earned All-Pacific AAA all-star credentials for 2021. (Wilson Wong photo exclusive property of Wilson Wong 2021. All Rights Reserved)
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Pacific AAA Conference All-Star team 2021: Handsworth safety Noah Brinham and Sardis tackle Travis Richley scoop-and-score MVP hardware!

LANGLEY — We continue with B.C. High School Football Conference All-Star week.

Today, we present the AAA Pacific Conference team which spans North Vancouver, Nanaimo, Chilliwack and Surrey.

Varsity Letters will also publish today the AAA/AA Hybrid Conference which covers schools in the Thompson-Okanagan region.

Tomorrow we will wrap things up with AA’s Coastal and Northern conferences.

Last week we presented the AAA East and West all-star teams.

All-star selections were made by conference coaches. Varsity Letters played no role in the selections of these teams.

Handsworth Royals’ senior receiver Connor Smith was selected a Pacific AAA all-star at receiver. (Photo by Blair Shier property of Blair.photo 2021. All Rights Reserved)

PACIFIC AAA

ALL-STARS

OFFENCE

MVP — Travis Richley (6-4, 270, Grade 12, OT, Sardis Falcons)

OFFENSIVE LINE

Kevin Griffiths (6-0, 230, Grade 11, Handsworth Royals)

Vrix De Pano (6-1, 240, Grade 12, Sullivan Heights Stars)

Jamie Dekker (6-4, 214, Grade 12, Sardis Falcons)

Thomas Cizmok (6-3, 230, Grade 12, Earl Marriott Mariners)

Kayden Singer (5-10, 205, Grade 12, Nanaimo District Islanders)

RECEIVERS

Armaan Gill (5-10, 170, Grade 12, Earl Marriott Mariners)

Connor Smith (6-4, 190, Grade 12, Handsworth Royals)

Kael Williams (6-2, 180, Grade 11, Handsworth Royals)

RUNNING BACKS

Bryzen Tamani (5-10, 175, Grade 12, Sullivan Heights Stars)

Carter Fenwick (5-11, 170, Grade 12, Earl Marriott Mariners)

Billy Hunter (5-7, 170, Grade 10, Sardis Falcons)

QUARTERBACK

Aiden Saunders (5-11, 220, Grade 12, Sardis Falcons)

Handsworth’s Noah Brinham not only starred at running back this season, he earned Pacific Conference all-star status as defensive back and was selected one of the conference’s two Most Promising Grade 11 players. (Photo by Blair Shier property of Blair.photo 2021. All Rights Reserved)

DEFENCE

MVP — Noah Brinahm (5-10, 165, SS, Grade 11, Handsworth Royals)

DEFENSIVE LINE

Trent Cote (6-3, 190, Grade 12, Sardis Falcons)

Jacob Doucette (6-0, 155, Grade 11, Earl Marriott Mariners)

Avery Boyd (6-2, 225, Grade 12, Sullivan Heights Stars)

Aria Rahimi (5-6, 240, Grade 11, Handsworth Royals)

LINEBACKER

Zach Wolter (6-3, 185, Grade 12, Sardis Falcons)

Niklas Fischer (5-10, 170, Grade 12, Earl Marriott Mariners)

Brennan Madill (5-11, 180, Grade 12, Handsworth Royals)

John Albright (5-11, 175, Grade 11, Sullivan Heights Stars)

DEFENSIVE BACK

Sawyer Tether (5-8, 160, Grade 12, Sardis Falcons)

Josh Swart (5-11, 165, Grade 11, Sullivan Heights Stars)

Aiden McInnes (5-11, 165, Grade 12, Earl Marriott Mariners)

Griffin Sandor (6-3, 180, Grade 11, Handsworth Royals)

MOST PROMISING GRADE 11s

Noah Brinham (RB/DB, Handsworth Royals), Josh Swart (WR/DB, Sullivan Heights Stars)

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