ABBOTSFORD — Watching the breakthrough game of Chase Claypool’s young NFL career this past Sunday proved to be a prideful moment for John Barsby head football coach Rob Stevenson, despite the fact that back in 2015, his Bulldogs found themselves on the wrong end of a season-ending playoff loss fuelled by a performance many agree […]
NANAIMO — Rob Stevenson has a huge place in his heart for the rising seniors which will populate the roster of this coming season’s John Barsby Bulldogs senior varsity football team.
VANCOUVER — The best of Double-A’s very best. The list is select, and so is the talent, including a total of 10 players who will go head-to-head this Saturday when the Vernon Panthers clash with Abbotsford’s Robert Bateman Timberwolves in the 2018 Subway Bowl championship final. One day ahead of the B.C. Secondary School Football Association’s annual […]
VANCOUVER — Semifinal Saturday is now a wrap. Here are reports from all four games!
VANCOUVER — Two more sleeps and we’ll awaken to Subway Bowl’s AA semifinals Saturday. Here’s our look at first two semifinals of the day set to take place under the dome.
VANCOUVER — It’s one thing to enter B.C. Place Stadium by purchasing a ticket and clicking through the turnstiles. It’s entirely another thing to appear there via earned invitation on a Saturday in either late November or early December. The Dome? It’s the Holy Grail of B.C. high school football.
LANGLEY — Welcome to our Saturday morning edition of Varsity Letter’s B.C. High School Football Report. Technical difficulties, including e-mail transmissions and faulty stat programs delayed our efforts to provide you with a pair of games from Friday.
LANGLEY — B.C. high school football on B.C. soil! Yes, the 2018 season gets its real start Friday, and as the long road to Subway Bowl’s championship Saturday gets underway, Varsity Letters looks at the top five games of the weekend.
NANAIMO — When last we left the current decade’s most dominant B.C.-based AA senior varsity football program, at its home away from home, aka B.C. Place Stadium, its weather-worn but wise head coach was floating in his favourite place.
VANCOUVER — Just in case football fans may have forgotten, the Abbotsford Panthers opened the season back in September as the No. 1-ranked team in B.C. AA football.