Seaquam Seahawks' quarterback Jay Mather threw four TD passes in his team's regular-season finale on Saturday. Next week, he'll face the defending B.C. AAA champion Mt. Douglas Rams as Subway Bowl 2019 officially kicks off its one-month run to the B.C. title game. (Photo by Howard Tsumura property of VarsityLetters.ca 2019. All Rights Reserved)
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Subway Bowl’s 2019 opening-round schedule: We’ve got the full opening-round match-ups set to run Nov. 8-9!

LANGLEY — Final dates, times, locations and venues are still to be confirmed by the B.C. Secondary Schools Football Association, but here are the opening-round matchups for Subway Bowl’s 2019 playoff season set to run this coming Friday and Saturday (Nov. 8-9) at sites around the province.

TRIPLE A

(Note — Eastern and Western conference champions each receive opening-round byes and plug-in to quadrants A and D as automatic quarterfinalists)

TOP HALF DRAW

QUADRANT A

Mt. Douglas (West-4) vs. Seaquam (East-5)

(Winner faces St. Thomas More (East-1) in quarterfinals)

QUADRANT B

Carson Graham (West-6) vs. Kelowna (East-3)

Vancouver College (West-2) vs. Rutland (Pacific-1)

BOTTOM HALF DRAW

QUADRANT  C

Lord Tweedsmuir (East-2) vs. W.J. Mouat (Pacific-2)

Terry Fox (East-6) vs. New Westminster (West-3)

QUADRANT D

Abbotsford (East-4) vs. Notre Dame (West-5)

(Winner faces South Delta (West-1) in quarterfinals)

DOUBLE A

(Note — each of next week’s opening-round winners will play at a pre-determined quarterfinal opponent)

TOP HALF DRAW

GAME A

Holy Cross (East-4) at John Barsby (West-2)

(Winner plays G.W. Graham (East-1 in quarterfinals)

GAME B

Clarence Fulton (Interior-3) at College Heights (North-1)

(Winner plays Langley (East-2 in quarterfinals)

BOTTOM HALF DRAW

GAME C

Robert Bateman (East-3) at South Kamloops (Interior-2)

(Winner plays Ballenas (West-1 in quarterfinals)

GAME D

Windsor (West-3) at Nechako Valley (North-2)

(Winner plays Vernon (Interior-1 in quarterfinals)

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