Welcome to the Saturday edition of the B.C high school football report.
Welcome to the Saturday night edition of Varsity Letters’ B.C. High School Football Report.
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.
Welcome to the Saturday morning edition of Varsity Letters. Coaches were plagued with tough conditions to file reports Friday, all coming off 7 p.m. starts in Washington state with return trips pending. No mulligans next week, so we hope to be able to bring you the best picture possible this coming Friday night.
The Dream Team of B.C. high school football’s largest tier was revealed Sunday by the B.C. Secondary Schools Football Association.
(Note to readers, a report from Saturday’s late game between St. Thomas More and Notre Dane will appear Sunday at VarsityLetters.ca)VANCOUVER — Sometimes, moments in this game can be so big, their authors are left speechless.Introducing Oscar Nunez, a 5-foot-11, 210-pound senior receiver/defensive end/special teams player with Port Coquitlam’s Terry Fox Ravens.If asked the recite […]
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.
The Western Conference announced its AAA all-stars and MVP’s today. Here’s a look at both teams, led by South Delta’s Michael Calvert and Tyson Philpot of North Delta’s Seaquam Seahawks:
Welcome to Saturday night’s B.C. high school football report! Varsity Letters is excited about the next month of Subway Bowl playoffs. Here’s a look at what transpired on the final day of 2017’s regular season:
Welcome to Saturday night’s edition of Varsity Letters’ B.C. High School Football Report.