OK, so this championship title thing isn’t easy?Four seasons ago, after an unexpected upset loss in its junior zone championship tournament, Mt. Douglas Rams girls volleyball coach Derek Horton remembers taking his heartbroken team aside and telling them that their time would come.“I don’t consider myself a big speech guy, but I just said to […]
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Tyson Orregaard’s special teams thunder carries the day! His 70-yard punt return TD lifts GWG’s Grizzlies past Mt. Doug & into BC Place Subway Bowl AAA semifinals!
LANGLEY — On a team as deep at receiver as Chilliwack’s G.W. Graham Grizzlies have been this season, Grade 11 Tyson Orregaard has tried his best to stay patient, doing anything he could to help his team.And on Monday, as the Subway Bowl B.C. AAA Coastal championships reached the quarterfinal stage for the Grizzlies, Orregaard […]
BCHSF Player of the Week: Mount Douglas senior quarterback Hunter Swift brings leadership and perspective to the Rams’ huddle!
Chat it up with Mt. Douglas’ Hunter Swift — selected as one of Varsity Letter’s two B.C. High School Football Players of the Week — and you almost forget that the Rams’ quarterback, at age 17, is still just two months into his senior year of high school.As him about his performance in last week […]
Varsity Letters’ 10.22.21 B.C. High School Football Report, Friday Night Lights early edition!
Welcome to another edition of the B.C. High School Football Report for Oct. 22.Please continue to check back on this posting throughout the evening for updates from games around our province.AAA WESTNEW WESTMINSTER 9 at NO. 2 NOTRE DAME 40VANCOUVER — It took what seems like forever, yet for the crowd on hand to christen […]
No. 2 Mt. Douglas at No. 3 Notre Dame: Who wins? Victoria’s Rams with its Thunder & Lightning at backfield, or the Iron Curtain defence of East Van’s Jugglers!
BURNABY — The heavens have been threatening all week with a distinct dark-cloud scowl, and yet if the football gods do indeed decide to order up rain by sheets for Friday afternoon’s highly-anticipated AAA clash of unbeatens at Burnaby Lake Sports Complex (2 p.m.), then so be it.East Vancouver’s No. 3-ranked Notre Dame Jugglers have […]
FINAL: Varsity Letters’ 10.08.21 B.C. High School Football Report, Friday Night Lights LATE-NITE edition!
LANGLEY — Welcome to another addition of the 2021 Varsity Letters B.C. High School Football Report for the Thanksgiving Day long weekend.Keep checking back on this post throughout the evening as we continue to update games from around the province and remember that the records you see for all of the teams is their conference […]
FINAL EDITION: 09.10.21 Varsity Letters’ B.C. High School Football report: Friday Night Lights late-night edition!
Welcome to Week 1 of Varsity Letters’ B.C. High School Football ReportAs this is the first time we’ve posted with a full schedule of games since late in 2019, remember that in order to read about all of the contests played in our Friday Night Lights editions, you’ve got to keep checking back throughout the […]
Varsity Letters’ Big 5 Triple A high school football rankings: ‘Look up, look wayyy up’ at No. 1 Vancouver College and No. 2 Mt. Douglas!
LANGLEY — Back in the late 1960s, at my home in a rural part of North Delta, I’d watch a kid’s show on the CBC called ‘The Friendly Giant’ in which the title character, made to look larger than life by a simple upwards camera pan, would ask his young viewers to ‘Look up… wayyyy […]
Subway Bowl Junior AAA Final: Three interceptions later, Mt. Doug’s Marino Dujela the hero as Rams top Lord Tweedsmuir Panthers
VANCOUVER — Early in the first half of Saturday’s Subway Bowl B.C. junior varsity AAA championship final, Mt. Douglas Rams’ rangy linebacker Marino Dujela cursed his hands and wondered what he would have to do to make the first interception of his entire football career.A pass from Lord Tweedsmuir quarterback McCord Leeson was right there […]
Subway Bowl 2019 AAA Final 8: St. Thomas More the picks of the litter, Knights feast on interceptions in win over Mt. Doug Rams
VANCOUVER — St. Thomas More are experts in the fine art of the interception, and it’s that gift for the theft which helped send Burnaby’s Knights into the Subway Bowl Triple A Final Four next weekend against the Vancouver College Fighting Irish.Trailing 21-7 at the half, the Knights parlayed a field goal and two second-half […]