Sept 3, 2014 


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The BC High School Football season opens this Friday night, with the Hyacks taking on Centennial at 7:30 pm at Percy Perry Field at Coquitlam Town Center park. 

The Hyacks and Centaurs faced each other twice last season: New West won 44-22 on Homecoming, before seeing their season end with a 26-23 loss in the wildcard playoffs.



Hyack Football clothing will be available for purchase at our youth games this Sunday, Sept 7th at Mercer Stadium. Also at the first two home games of the high school season, Sept 12 & 19. 

Calling all A+ Parents!

Are you taking advantage of the government grant programs?

Start saving for your child's education with a RESP (Registered Education Savings Plan)

Call Curtis at 604-549-5261 for details and how you can be eligible to win a $500 deposit to a RESP.  (Contest dates August 25-September 30th 2014.)

Also, ask about our Save and Score new member program!

G&F Financial Group is a proud sponsor of Hyack Football.



Mark your calendars: The 11th annual Hyacks Football Tailgate Auction - presented by River Market, will be held on Saturday, October 18th at LaPerla Ballroom. It is the largest fundraiser of the year for the football program. For more details on how you can get involved with this fantastic event, please contact:

Please contact: Diane Strandberg

or Nancy O'Connor




Thurs, Sept 4 - Hyack JVs vs Pitt Meadows, 5:30 pm, Mercer Stadium

Fri, Sept 5 - Varsity at Centennial, 7:30 pm, Percy Perry Field, Coquitlam Town Center



All games Sunday, Sept 7th at Mercer Stadium:

9 am - Mini Tyke (3 home games)

10am - Flag Black vs Orange

11:15 am - Atom vs Cloverdale

1:15 pm - JB vs Coquitlam


11 am - Hyacks Flag White AT North Surrey, South Surrey Athletic Park

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It was 8 months in the planning, but worth every minute. Seventy members of the Hyack Football program made their way to Texas last week for 7 days of fun, football and memories. The trip included: watching the Florida State vs Oklahoma State college football game at AT&T Stadium, visiting Beaumont Ranch, the Fort Torth Stock Yards, the Sixth Floor Museum at Dealey Plaza and Six Flags. And of course there were a pair of football games to play! The players were very well-behaved and represented our community well.




Matt Seymour scored on the opening play of the game, but ultimately the Hyacks would lose to Grandview HS, one of the top programs in the state of Texas. The defensive line and linebackers played very well, including Jorge Yarwood, Ebraheim Farroghi, Jeff Lugtu, Marel Wang and Jonathan Tomalty. Julian Ramirez also added a 42 yard run and kicker Wayne Palmer connected on a pair of field goals (35 & 39 yards).



The JVs held a 16-12 halftime lead, before eventually losing 20-16. Sammy Sidhu scored both Hyack TDs and added a 2 point convert. Trew Dancey and Connor Pattison each had long runs to set up the scores and both also stood out defensively. Lucas Sabau made his first start at QB and showed plenty of poise.


Thanks to all of the coaches, parents and support staff who made this trip a great success. A complete wrap up of the game can be found here.



A scheduling change will allow the Hyack JVs to open the season at home tomorrow night. Pitt Meadowns visits Mercer Stadium for a 5:30 pm kickoff. The Hyacks are looking for a great effort from the play of their o-line, led by Josh Olango, Isaiah James and Yanni Angelopolous. The coaching staff is also looking to see a number of newcomers playing in their first games, including Ben Tjernagel and Alan Darby.

Fans are asked to check the website and look for updates to the JV schedule which may see a few more changes during the early part of the season.



Jr Bantam:

Royal city hyacks junior batam team kicked off the season opener with a thumping of Langley 55-0. Hyacks defence allowed only 1 first down on the day with strong showings by Dario Cade and Ian Martin . Zack Northgraves was 6 for 7 on his extra points 




Pee Wee:

Royal City followed up its strong showing in the pre-season tournaments with a 26-0 win over the Langley Cowboys on Friday night at Mercer Stadium. The defense had a nearly perfect game allowing Langley only 2 first-downs. Jordan Freeland was a force on both sides of the ball with several tackles and a TD. Nikolas Dukic also played well with stops on defense and a stand-up TD on offense.



The orange team won its season opener 24-18 over North Surrey. Nathan Hillman scored 3 TDs and Ethan Duffy added a score. Cooper Smith also completed a pass to Alex Dall.


The black team defeated North Delta 24-12, while the white team lost its season opener to Westside.


The Atom game was postponed. Rescheduling info will be provided.


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