|DRESS LIKE A HYACK
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.
|SAVE THE DATE-OCT 18
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
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.
Thurs, Sept 11 - Hyack JVs vs SRT, 5:30 pm, Mercer Stadium
Fri, Sept 12 - Varsity vs WJ Mouat, 7:30 pm, Mercer Stadium
Fri Sept 19 - Homecoming 2014
10 am - Mini Tyke, all 4 teams at Mackin Park in Coquitlam
9 am - Orange at White Rock, South Surrey Athletic Park
9:30 - Black at Westside, Carnarvon Park
Bye - White
12:30 pm - Atom at Langley, McLeod Stadium
12 pm - Pee Wee at White Rock, South Surrey Athletic Park
2:30 pm - JB at North Surrey Eagles, Bear Creek Park
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HYACKS HOME OPENER - THIS FRIDAY NIGHT
Friday night football returns to Mercer Stadium this weekend, as the WJ Mouat Hawks visit the Royal City. The Hyacks are coming off a hard-fought 11-6 win over Centennial last Friday night at Percy Perry Stadium. Following a safety, Wayne Palmer gave the Hyacks a 5-0 lead with his 3rd field goal of the season. In the 3rd quarter Ebraheim Farroghi blocked a punt deep in Centaurs territory, setting up Jordan Guzman's first varsity TD, and giving New West the win. Julian Ramirez led all Hyack rushers with 74 yards on 11 carries, while Matt Seymour caught three passes for 72 yards. More details on the game can be found in The Record
The Hawks meanwhile are a perennial power in BC and are coming off a lopsided 46-13 win over Robert Bateman last Friday night. Friday nights at Mercer are always a special time for the community, and with only 3 night games at home this season, we are looking forward to a very good atmosphere for a game that is being showcased as the Provincial Game of the Week. The game broadcast can be seen here.
JVs BACK AT HOME THIS THURSDAY
For the 2nd straight week the JVs have had their game moved to Mercer Stadium. Samuel Robertson Tech (SRT) will provide the opposition this Thursday night at 5:30 pm in what will be the first league game for both teams. The Hyacks are coming off a 28-12 win over Pitt Meadows last week. Connor Pattison, Sammy Sidhu, Trew Dancey and Alan Darby all scored for New West.
HOMECOMING-HOW THE WEST WAS WON
The tenth edition of this community classic has a western theme -- the Hyacks Varsity team has a showdown with Western Conference rival West Vancouver Highlanders at Mercer Stadium September 19.
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Along with the showdown, there's a Hyack Hoedown, with family-fun that features skydivers, fireworks, a prize car, on-field kids' activities, a pre-game flag football challenge for alumni and a Texas barbeque.
"This is more than just a football game - it's a celebration of our community."
The 2014 festivities get under way at 4:30 p.m. with the ever-popular Alumni Touch Football Game, Hyack Hoedown family activities 5-7 p.m. followed by the Alumni Reception and Dinner on field. Kick-off is at 7:30 p.m. after the game ball is parachuted onto the field by the BC Sky Diving Team.
Half-time highlights include a performance by the up-and-coming band Derrival, who were a hit at last year's the Squamish Valley Music Festival, and a post-game fireworks show.
Key West Ford, the presenting sponsor for the Homecoming Game, is providing a prize car for the event. CTV, the Beat 95 and the Royal City Record have come on board as media sponsors.
Royal City made it 2 in a row with a 32-6 win over Coquitlam on Sunday at Mercer Stadium. Broxx Comia scored 4 TDs on the day, led by pulling guards Jewel Wong and Paven Kainth. Sean Crowley, Eric Polin and Vincent Mehain had very strong games defensively.
The Hyack Blacks defeated the Orange 24-18 on Sunday. Trey Belanger scored twice for the winners while Wil Rerup added another. Nathan Hillman ran in 2 scores for the Orange team and Lukas Lalji added the other major.