|HYACK FOOTBALL BANQUET SET FOR DEC. 1ST |
While there is still plenty of playoff football left to be played, the Hyack Football Awards Banquet will be held on Sunday, Dec 1st at Roma Hall. Doors open at 4 pm, dinner is set for 5 pm. Tickets are $10 for players and children under 12, $30 for adults, and $75 for a family of 4 (2 adults, 2 kids) and should be purchased from Marilyn in the Sigma office or Violet at the field. Tickets go on sale this Monday, Nov 4th and must be purchased in advance.
Fri, Nov 8th - AAA Wildcard Playoffs: Varsity Hyacks vs Centennial, 7:30 pm at Mercer Stadium
Sat, Nov 9th: JV Hyacks at Kelowna, 3:30 pm at Capital News Center (bus departs at 8:30 am)
Saturday Nov 9th:
11:00 Hyacks @ VMFL Jamboree @ Mackin Park
Sunday Nov 10th:
Atom- 10:45 Hyacks vs Coquitlam Tigers @ Mackin Park
Peewee - 10:00 Hyacks Orange vs Richmond Raiders @ Mercer Stadium
1:30 Hyacks Orange vs North Delta Longhorns @ John Oliver Park
Junior Bantam GSL Semi-Final 12:00 Hyacks Black vs GSL Colts @ Mercer Stadium (tentative)
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 HOST PLAYOFF GAME THIS FRIDAY NIGHT
It will be a Homecoming sequel (minus the football field bouncy castle) on Friday night, when the Hyacks play host to the Centennial Centaurs for the 2nd time this season at Mercer Stadium. The Hyacks won the first meeting 44-22, but the stakes will be much higher this time around.
New West comes into the game following a thrilling, but heartbreaking, 24-21 loss last Friday to Handsworth. Tyrone Morgan rushed for 148 yards and 2 TDs on 19 carries, while Angelo Tanjuaquio had 124 yards and a TD on 17 carries in that contest. Back in September, Tanjuaquio accounted for 18 points (2 TDs & 3 2-pt converts) and Julian Ramirez rushed for 95 yards and a TD.
The Hyacks enter the playoffs as the #4 seed in the Western Conference, with a 6-3 overall record (3-3 in league play) and 5-1 at Mercer Stadium. Centennial is the #5 seed in the East. The winner will face 2nd ranked Terry Fox the following week. Kickoff time this Friday is 7:30 pm at Mercer Stadium. The game will also be broadcast live here.
The complete story from Friday's game can be found in The Record
CONGRATS TO HYACK ALL-STARS
Three more Hyacks were selected as AAA Western Conference All-stars, following their outstanding play this season: Receiver Tristan Sands along with D-lineman Billy Collins and O-lineman Harper Sherman. Also receiving votes were Angelo Tanjuaquio, Matt Seymour, James Nicolas & Jeremy Stewart.
JV'S OPEN PLAYOFFS IN KELOWNA THIS SATURDAY
The JV Hyacks open the playoffs following a 37-14 win in the regular season finale over Holy Cross on Thursday. Jeff Lugtu caught a pair of TD passes from Jamie Shiho, David Penalver and Noah Wright scored on TD runs, while Shiho added a major on a QB sneak. The Hyacks will head into the playoffs with a 7-2 record (5-1 in league play) and will play at the Capital News Center against Kelowna Secondary.
Parents are asked to make sure their sons arrive at the stadium no later than 8:30 with a bag for all of their equipment. A bagged lunch is also needed. Game time at the CNC is 3:30 pm. The team is expected to return home at approximately 11 pm, via charter bus.
YOUTH FOOTBALL UPDATE
Atoms Hyacks clinched a playoff berth with a 36-22 win over Langley Broncos. Jaxson Domville ran for over 100 yards and a TD. Denis Glavas scored his 1st TD of the year along with a successful PAT. Darius Louis-Charles scored his 1st TD on the teams 1st kick return TD. Lucas Steele made a game pivotal defensive block on a Bronco passing play. Dyson Glavas opened up huge holes for his teammates, while Justin Jiminez recovered a kickoff.
The mini-tyke flag wrapped up their season 2 weeks ago, but you can watch them perform this Thursday, as they are featured in "Perry's Prospects" on CTV News at 6 & 11:30 pm.