NORTH VANCOUVER — Cam Mowat doesn’t need to take even a second to ponder the question. “I haven’t done the math, but I know you have kids here who are now at Handsworth who know exactly who he was, what his history is, and how they can be motivated by his story,” says the third-year head […]
LANGLEY — It’s special to arrive before your time, yet as the Belmont Bulldogs can tell you definitively, it’s a status which immediately demands an encore performance. And in sport, just as in life, you reap what you sow.
RICHMOND — Championship spirit is a hard thing to truly quantify.
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.
Welcome to our final regular-season edition of Varsity Letter’s Friday Night Lights B.C. High School Football report. .
Welcome to the Friday Night Lights edition of Varsity Letters’ B.C. High School Football Report. Please continue to check back throughout the evening as we update senior varsity action at the AA and AAA tiers from throughout the province.
HANDSWORTH 17 at NANAIMO DISTRICT 12 NANAIMO — The host Islanders blocked a Handsworth field goal with under four minutes remaining, but followed by surrendering a game-deciding pick-six as North Vancouver’s visiting Royals (1-0) topped Nanaimo District (1-1) in a Pacific Division AAA contest played Thursday in the Hub City.
Our thanks as usual to the B.C. Girls Volleyball Commission for their weekly Top 10 rankings across all four tiers:
Here’s our look at Saturday’s action in the world of BC high school football.
NORTH VANCOUVER — Brian Brady saw the promise and set the timeline in his head as far back as the fall of 2014.That’s when the head coach of the senior varsity at Carson Graham Secondary first ID’d the Grade 8 quarterbacks starting for both the Eagles and their crosstown rivals, the Handsworth Royals.Brady figured right […]