January 28, 2012 

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Congratulations to Hyack Football Alumni Casey Chin, who is currently in Austin, TX where he will play for the IFAF World Team in the International Bowl taking place on Feb 1st. Casey is one of only 3 players from BC who has been selected to the World Team, which consists of 44 players from 9 countries. They will play the USA Under-19 All-star team, and the game will be televised on live on CBS Sports Network at 3 pm PT.

Following last season playing for SFU, Casey was named to the GNAC All-Conference team. Hyack grad Jamie Wandell played for the World Team at this event a year ago. Well done Casey!




Jan 30, 4:30 pm: First Speed training session with Robert Esmie, following weight room (fee must be paid)


Feb 5th, 2 pm: Hyack Football Super Bowl Party, Moody Park Youth Center.


Feb 14th, 3:15 pm: First lineman workout and RB session



(must be recommended by Hyack Coaches to attend)


Feb 4, 6:30 to 8 pm: Prep to be the Best, for Gr 8-9 (no pads)


Feb 11, 6:30 to 8 pm: Team BC tryouts, for Gr 10-11 (helmet & shoulder pads)

Both sessions will be at Sportstown in Richmond (4991 No 5 Rd). Cost $10



The first month of off-season work has been very positive for both the Sr and JV teams. From weight room to ball-skills sessions, speed training, position specific workouts and much more, there are plenty of ways to improve. Please check the calendar for more details:

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Regan Eberding becomes the latest Hyack Football player to earn a football scholarship. The graduating senior DB/QB just committed to the UBC Thunderbirds. Eberding missed most of his senior season due to a shoulder injury, but still managed to impress college recruiters based on the athleticism he showed during his grade 11 season and the handful of games he played in grade 12.


Eberding was also the winner of the Sidoo Family Scholarship based on his academic and athletic achievement, leadership and perseverance. He is expected to suit up in the defensive secondary for the Thunderbirds, who are coming off a turnaround season after playing in the Canada West Championship game.


"I'd like to thank Coach Olson another chance to play the sport that has given me so much and shaped me into who I am today," said Eberding. "I am grateful to everyone involved in making Hyacks football the best high school football program in the province as it is a great place for young men to grow within. I am looking forward to the opportunity to prove myself at the next level."


"We are very excited to have Regan join the Thunderbirds," said UBC Head Coach, Shawn Olson, "His work ethic, athleticism and intelligence exemplify the type of student athlete we are building out program on."


"Regan is among the most committed athletes and well-rounded young men we've ever had the privilege of working with," said NWSS Head Coach, Farhan Lalji. "He deserves this opportunity and I'm looking forward to seeing him reach his potential both on and off the field under Coach Olson. I expect him to make an impact on the field and in the world."


Eberding becomes the 22nd NWSS grad in the past 9 years to play college football. He will join linebackers, Vivie Bojilov and Ian Henderson, along with running back, Warren Reece, on the UBC roster.youth



 The second annual Hyack Football Super Bowl Party for all players will be held on Sunday, February 3th at the Moody Park Youth Center. The event is free of charge and includes pizza and refreshments. Doors open at 2 pm and kickoff for the big game is 3 pm. The Giants or Patriots? Is your favorite player Tom Brady or Eli Manning? Either way it will be an exciting game, and the Hyacks will watch it together!



The $200 registration fees for Varsity and JV players are due in February. You can pay both the registration fee and the speed training fee ($100) online here. Please pay the reg fee (mandatory) before paying for speed training (optional).

Hyack team clothing will be provided for returning players once fees have been paid. If you are paying by cheque, please make it out to: NWSS. Please check the Parent Handbook on the website for the refund policy.

If there is an issue with paying your registration fee, please contact Coach Lalji at [email protected] 

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