|BONUS HOME GAME FOR VARSITY|
The game on Friday, Nov 4th originally scheduled for West Van at 3:15, has now been moved to Mercer Stadium at 7:45 pm. This will be the final regular season game of the year, with a possible playoff berth at stake. The Hyacks pee wee team will play beforehand at 6pm.
|JR BANTAMS NOW 8-0
The JBs continued their domination of the VMFL this season with a 47-0 win over the Vancouver Trojans Sunday. This was their third time this season, while getting touchdowns from 6 different players. David Penalver, Corky Smith, Brian Cagampan, Jamie Shiho and Marcel Wang each scored a rushing touchdown, while Matthew Thind caught a touchdown pass from his brother Michael. Next week, the team has their toughest challenge yet as they battle the 7-1 Coquitlam Raiders on Friday night at Mercer Stadium.
The Pee Wee's continued their late season surge with a 46-6 win over Vancouver. Cornerback David Osho and Linebacker Sammy Sidhu each returned interceptions for touchdowns. Nathan Hardwick scored four TDs, behind a dominant Hyack offensive line, anchored by centre Thomas ProsperI-Porta, twins Paul and Christian Roadilla, Yanni Angelopoulos, Alex McRae, Isaac Hughes and Anthony Dillman.
After trailing 14-22 at halftime against the Coquitlam Lions, the Atom Orange Hyacks staged a huge comeback with Lucas Burton scoring 3 unanswered touchdowns as the Hyacks pulled out a 40-22 victory. Tyler McRae, Russell Moir and Jordan Freeland also scored. The defence was led by outstanding tackling from Eric Birzneck with Luke Perizzolo picking up a key fumble recovery late in the second half.
|UPCOMING SCHEDULE |
Friday, Oct 28, 3:30
Hyacks vs.Mt. Douglas
Royal Athletic (Victoria)
Friday, Oct 28, 1:00
Hyacks vs. Mt. Douglas
Royal Athletic (Victoria)
Friday, Oct 28, 2011
6:30 pm Flag vs Langley Bandits, Mercer Stadium
7:30 pm, Jr Bantams vs Coquitlam Raiders, Mercer Stadium
Sunday, October 30, 2011
10:00 am Atom Orange vs North Surrey T-birds, Ryall Park
11:45 am Atom Black vs Cloverdale Panthers, Ryall Park
11:45 am Pee wee st Langley Mavericks, McLeod Park
|YOUTH HYACKS RESULTS
Vancouver Trojans 0
Royal City Hyacks 47
Vancouver Trojans 6
Royal City Hyacks 46
Coquitlam Lions 22
Royal City Hyacks Orange 40
Royal City Hyacks Black 6
South Delta 30
Vancouver Trojans 6
Royal City Hyacks 12
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TAILGATE AUCTION A HUGE SUCCESS
Taking place for the first time in the fabulous LaPerla Ballroom, the ninth annual tailgate Hyack Football Tailgate Auction was another tremendous success. 150 supporters were in attendance bidding on over 150 outstanding prizes, while MC Peter Battistin, comedian/weatherman Marke Driesschen and auctioneer Terry Hewitt entertained the crowd.
Jason Hanger owner of Red Tiger Martial Arts took home the trip for two to Hawaii (donated by Brent Atkinson & Westjet). Mr Atkinson was also recognized for his 31 years of service as a New Westminster school board trustee and his support of the Hyacks Football program. Gordon Hobbis of Cap's Bicycle Shops had the winning bid for the Grey Cup weekend package, while Peter Neugebauer from G & F Financial Group walked away with a Ryan Kesler autographed hockey stick. There was also a and a 5 day Carnival cruise donated by Odenza Marketing Group. Thanks to all who donated and those who attended event.
Most importantly, this event would not have been possible without the countless hours put in by our auction committee, including Mary Feldhaus, Shammi Ram-Ditta, Stephanie Musgrove, Janice Moss, Mary-Jane Wilson, Pricilla Nichols, Sue Dhaliwal, Cheryl Chan, Terry Brock, Larry and Mara Sawchyn and many others. Also thanks to Orlando Catering and the staff at LaPerla Ballroom for going above and beyond to make this year's auction the best ever.
The Tailgate Auction is our major fundraiser of the year and has raised well over $120,000 in support of Hyack Football.
HYACKS OFF TO VICTORIA FRIDAY
Both the Varsity and JV teams are off to Victoria to take on the powerful Mt Douglas program on Friday. The JVs are asked to arrive at Mercer stadium at 7 am, the Varsity at 9 am. A team bus will take the teams to the ferries. Both teams will return on the 7 pm ferry and should be back at Mercer at 9:30 pm. Additional information has also been emailed to parents. The Varsity team played its best game of the season last year against Mt Douglas, in a 35-24 win.
Meanwhile the Varsity Hyacks lost to Notre Dame on Seniors night last Friday. Prior to the game 15 seniors and their parents were recognized for their contributions to the NWSS program. Despite the loss, Makoto Brennen had a solid outing with a team-high 12 tackles. Pavan Mrock returned to the lineup with 68 yards on 10 carries. The Varsity team drops to 1-2 in league play (3-4 overall).
The JV Hyacks played Notre Dame on Thursday and narrowly lost 28-17. Stewart Sommerfeld had a TD reception from Tommy Robertson. Robertson also scored a rushing TD. Kaeden Hnatiw had a sack for a safety. The JVs are also now 1-2 in league play.
For the complete game story in the Record:
Photo gallery courtesy of Alan Wardle available at: http://hyackphoto.com/
HYACK MOM'S AFTERNOON OF PAMPERING
Join us for a FREE Personal Pampering Session on Saturday, November 5th from 2pm-4pm
at 957 Brunette Avenue (at Woolridge)
Includes a Mary Kay Customized Facial, Colour Consultation, Satin Hands & Satin Lips Treatment plus complimentary tea, coffee & treats.
30% of all product sales will be donated to the Hyack Football Club. Friends welcome. Registration required as seats are limited. To book your seat please contact:
604.600.5111 or firstname.lastname@example.org www.marykay.ca/nicolehp