|JV'S TO PLAY FOR LEAGUE CHAMPIONSHIP ON THURSDAY
The JV Hyacks clinched a playoff berth last week with a 35-6 win at Hugh Boyd. The win improved New West to 6-1 (3-0 in conference play). Adrian Cagampan scored a pair of TDs, while Brian Cagampan, and Jordan Guzman also scored rushing TDs. Nick Hauka found
David Penalver for the other Hyack major. Special recognition goes to the outstanding play of the offensive line of James Cunningham, Dillon Cusker, Connor Pattison, Sabastien Ramirez and
Sunny Rishi, who played their best game of the season. Jeff Lugtu stood out on defense with 10 tackles.
This Thursday the Hyacks play host to Vancouver College, with the division title and a first round playoff bye on the line. The JV Hyacks defeated the Irish 21-12 last season.
Thurs, Oct 24th: JV Hyacks vs Van College, 5 pm at Mercer Stadium
Fri, Oct 25th: Varsity Hyacks vs Notre Dame, 7:30 pm at Mercer Stadium
Fri, Oct 25th
6:30 pm - Pee Wee Orange at North Delta, John Oliver Park
8:15 - JB Orange at North Delta, John Oliver Park
Sunday, Oct 27th
9:00 am - Flag at North Surrey, Bear Creek Park
10:00 - Atom at Cloverdale, Cloverdale Athletic Park
10:00 - Mini-tyke Flag at Mackin Park: Hyacks Black vs Hyacks Silver, Hyacks White vs Coquitlam
11:00 - Pee Wee Black at Coquitlam, Mackin Park
2:00 - JB Black at Westside, Carnarvon Park
Please take a look at this fantastic video of this year's Homecoming festivities. Courtesy of Graham Wardle and Trinity Digital:
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 LOOK TO CLINCH PLAYOFF BERTH AT HOME
After a productive bye week, the Hyacks will return to Mercer for their final two home games of the regular season, beginning with this Friday's game against Notre Dame at 7:30 pm.
The Hyacks come into the game with a 5-2 overall mark (2-2 in conference play), and an honorable mention position in the provincial AAA top-five rankings. The Jugglers meanwhile are riding the momentum of their first win of the season, 28-0 over West Van.
New West will be looking for big things from their defensive line this week; Billy Collins, Bogdan Pavel, Kayne Phillips, Luis Rosas and Harper Sherman are among those in that group, and are hoping to extend the Hyacks perfect 4-0 record at home this season.
This Friday's game also marks the debut of the NWSS Hyacks Cheer Team. Close to 50 girls have turned out for Cheer and it should add plenty to the atmosphere of Friday Night Football at Mercer.
TAILGATE AUCTION THIS SATURDAY NIGHT!
EXCITEMENT CONTINUES TO BUILD FOR THE BIG EVENT: See more on the annual event in the Record
Saturday, Oct 26th is 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: www.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 Black team clinched a playoff berth with a 19-18 win over the GSL Seahawks at Mercer Stadium on Sunday. Will (BJ) Clarke scored all 3 TDs for the Hyacks. Justice Champagne led a very physical offensive line, while Markus Matos stood out on defense, making a key sack late in the game.
The peewee Hyacks teams faced off in the 2013 edition of The Civil War, with the Black squad prevailing 28-6 over Orange. The game, which was very close at 8-6 until midway through the fourth quarter, featured outstanding performances by Phillip Marin, Darius Wong, Aidan Sattler and John-Paul Canil. Kudos to all of the players and coaches for a hard-fought clean game played in legend-creating fog.
The Atom Hyacks have clinched a playoff spot despite falling 6-0 to the visiting Coquitlam Tigers on Sunday. Dyson Glavas had some huge blocks for the Hyacks, whose recent strong performances against the top two teams bode well for the remaining two games of the regular season.
Jack Nyang continues to impress, and Kieran Venkataya made several outstanding open-field plays for the Tyke Hyacks, who lost a close game against the North Delta Longhorns 11-4.