|JV'S FIRST WIN
The JVs also began league play with a victory - their first of the season - a 21-8 decision over Belmont of Victoria. The Hyacks scored the games first 3 TDs, courtesy of Angelo Tanjuaquio, Nathan Macedo and Tristan Sands. Tristan Clayton and Matt Seymour had interceptions on defense, as the ever-improving JVs are now 1-0 in league play. They will also travel to VC this week for a 3:45 kickoff on Thursday.
|UPCOMING SCHEDULE |
Saturday, Oct 15, 1:30
Hyacks vs.Vancouver College
Thursday, Oct 13, 3:45
Hyacks vs. Vancouver College
9:00 am Flag at North Surrey, Bear Creek Park
10:00 am Atom Orange at North Surrey, Bear Creek Park
10:00 am Atom Black at Vancouver, Rupert Park
11:45 am Pee wee at North Surrey, Bear Creek Park
1:30 pm Junior Bantam at South Delta, Dennison Park
|YOUTH HYACKS RESULTS|
North Surrey 6
Royal City Hyacks 46
Cloverdale Bobcats 6
Royal City Hyacks 6
Royal City Hyacks Black 14
Cloverdale Lions 20
Vancouver Trojans 38
Royal City Hyacks Orange 37
Royal City Hyacks 12
Coquitlam Packers 8
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HYACKS WIN LEAGUE OPENER -
ASUNCION BC PLAYER OF THE WEEK
Aldrin Asuncion became the 6th Hyack ever to break the 200 yard mark (221) as he led New West to a 33-26 win over Carson Graham in the league opener for both teams. Asuncion had 4 runs of over 30 yards and added the game clinching TD in the 4th quarter. As a result, he was named the Provincial AAA Player of the Week.
Grade 10 QB Tommy Robertson scored 3 rushing TDs
and added an interception for the Hyacks as team rushed for 376 yards, their highest total since Oct 15, 2010 (400 yds vs Mt Douglas). Defensively Jordan Chin (10 tackles), Jonathan He (6 tackles, 1 sack) and Jeremy Wilson (6 tackles) also stood out. New West is now 1-0 in league play (3-2 overall) and will play the defending Subway Bowl champions and #3 ranked Vancouver College on Saturday at 1:30 pm at O'Hagen Field.
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Photo gallery courtesy of Alan Wardle available at: http://hyackphoto.com/
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THRILLING WEEKEND OF YOUTH FOOTBALL
The Junior Bantam Royal City Hyacks improved to 6-0 with another convincing 46-6 win over North Surrey. Jeff Lugtu scored a pair of TDs, Arjun Dhillon and Joseph Uy were outstanding on defense and David Penalver kicked 5 PATs. The JBs are averaging 47 points on offense and are in first place in the league.
That win capped a great day at Ryall Park that included a 6-6 tie for the Pee Wee team against the powerful Cloverdale Bobcats, a team coached by BC Lions Geroy Simon and Barron Miles. Sammy Sidhu and Kinsale Philip ran very well behind a dominating offensive line, with Philip running in the tying TD in the 4th quarter. Christian Rodilla made a game saving tackle at the 1 yard line in the final minute
The Atom orange team staged multiple comebacks against the Vancouver Trojans, before ultimately falling 38-37. The Hyack offensive line lead the way for the great offensive performace with Greyson Planinsic, Graham Armstrong, Nicolas Dujmovic, Eric Birzneck and Luke Perizzolo dominating the opposition.
The atom black team dominated the final 3 quarters, but fell 20-14 at Cloverdale. They were led by Jake Kain, Dante Baylis and Armaan Sidhu who were very strong on the defensive side of the ball. Offensively, running back Reggie Waters led the way with two touchdowns.
The 5-7 year old Hyack flag football team earned a 12-8 victory over the Coquitlam Packers.