Please take a look at this fantastic video of this year's Homecoming festivities. Courtesy of Graham Wardle and Trinity Digital:
Thurs, Oct 10th:
JV Hyacks at Eric Hamber, 3:45 pm at Eric Hamber Secondary
Sat, Oct 12th:
Varsity Hyacks at Vancouver College, 1:30 pm at O'Hagen Field (VC Campus)
Fri, Oct 11th
6:30 pm - Flag vs Richmond, Mercer Stadium
7:30 pm - Pee Wee Orange vs Cloverdale, Mercer Stadium
Sunday, Oct 13th:
9:00 - Mini-tyke Flag at Mackin Park: Hyacks Black vs Hyacks White, Hyacks Silver vs Coquitlam
12:00 - Atom at North Delta, John Oliver Field
12:45 - Pee Wee Black at North Surrey, Bear Creek Park
1:30 - JB Orange at South Delta, Dennison Park
With the season in full swing, the coaching staff is in need of some parental assistance on game nights. The preference is for JV parents to assist with Varsity game nights so that those parents can watch their kids in action on Fridays. If you are interested please contact Jayne ASAP
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HYACKS IMPROVE TO 5-1...VC AWAITS
New West scored 4 times in the first half en route to a 27-6 win over West Van on Friday afternoon at Mercer Stadium. Angelo Tanjuaquio opened the scoring on the Hyacks first possession. Tommy Robertson then scored back to back TDs, and also completed his first 5 passes. Julian Ramirez rounded out the scoring for the Hyacks, Tanjuaquio, turned in an outstanding all-around performance, with 85 rushing yards, 7 tackles and 2 interceptions. James Nicolas was named the Prime Time Player of the Game, while Luis Rosas was named the Dairy Queen Lineman of the Game.
The win improves the Hyacks record to 5-1 overall (2-1 in conference play).
A complete photo album, courtesy of Alan Wardle, can be found here.
Next up: a date with Vancouver College on Saturday, Oct 12th at 1:30 pm at O'Hagen Field. The Irish were Subway Bowl finalists in 2012 and are 3-2 so far this season.
TAILGATE AUCTION 2 WEEKS AWAY
The Hyack Work Party is just one of many fantastic prizes you can win on Saturday, Oct 26th at the tenth annual Hyack Football Tailgate Auction, at La Perla Ballroom (River Market at Westminster Quay).
Prizes also include a trip to Hawaii!!
Everything you need to know for this event can be found at: http://hyackfootballtailgateauction.com/
We are also looking for help with the following:
- Individuals and groups looking to purchase tickets to the event, contact Stephanie at: firstname.lastname@example.org
Tickets are available online at hyackfootball.com. The Tailgate Auction is our major fundraiser of the year and has raised well over $120,000 in support of Hyack Football. This is the perfect time for new parents to get involved in this terrific event.
Our auction committee is also please to make Omnivore coupon cards to the Hyack Football family. These cost just $20 and are good for appetizers and deserts at River Market at New Westminster Quay restaurants. They are great for gifts, anniversaries, businesses etc. All of the funds support the tailgate auction. For more information please contact: email@example.com
YOUTH FOOTBALL UPDATE
The Hyack Jr Bantam Orange squad remained undefeated with a 36-0 win over Cloverdale at Mercer Stadium. Sammy Sidhu was dominant on both sides of the ball, scoring a pair of touchdowns and also had numerous tackles for loss on defense. Daniel Dirta also scored three TDs while Lucas Sabau had a strong offensive game running (1 TD) and blocking.
The JB Black team was also victorious, 21-18, over the GSL Vikings. Tresor "Ice" Kimwemwe, BJ "Smooth" Clarke and Jerrell "J-Man" Cummings all scored touchdowns, while the linemen did a great job on both sides of the ball.
Both Pee Wee teams showed great effort on Sunday at Mercer, but lost their respective games. Above are members of the Orange defensive line getting ready to line up against White Rock South Surrey. Up front are Alexander D'Arge, Eric Birzneck, Sean Crowley, Max King and Pavan Kainth, along with safety, Aidan Sattler (#3).