Apologies for this late posting of Varsity Letters’ B.C. High School Football All U Can Eat Subway Bowl quarterfinal edition. Computer gremlins plagued us throughout the week.
SURREY — The best thing about benchmark moments is that while they so often begin in anonymity, they can, through their power of perspective, come to define the essence of the so-called big picture.
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 our final regular-season edition of Varsity Letter’s Friday Night Lights B.C. High School Football report. .
NEW WESTMINSTER — One is called Zeus and the other Big Papi. On a football team, such nicknames of endearment are reserved for those who bring true presence, the kind which can help shape the temperament of the entire collective.
Welcome to Saturday night’s edition of Varsity Letters’ B.C. High School Football Report.
The best of the best? Of course we’ve got them again as Varsity Letters presents its weekly B.C. high school football Performances of the Week.
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.
Welcome to Saturday night and our week-ending edition of Varsity Letters’ B.C. High School Football Report. We’ve got coverage of Saturday’s two AAA games as well as a late filing from Friday.
Welcome to Varsity Letter’s weekly All You Can Eat B.C. high school weekend football primer. We start off with highly anticipated set of rankings which see Double A remain constant, but Triple A undergo huge changes from top to bottom.