Nov 11, 2014 


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Fri, Nov 14 - Varsity vs Mt Boucherie (Wildcard playoffs), 7:30 pm at Mercer Stadium


Thurs, Nov 20 - JVs vs Mt Boucherie/Centennial winner, 5:30 pm at Mercer Stadium



Saturday, Nov 15th

Presidents Cup consolation playoffs at Mercer Stadium from 9am-4:30PM

2:45PM - PeeWee vs South Delta


Sunday, Nov 16th

12:30 - JB at North Surrey, at Bear Creek Park (VMFL Championship game)


Noon - Flag - Team Wrap up party, noon at NWSS Massey Cafeteria, followed by skating at Moody Park Arena.




Doors Open: 4:00pm

Dinner: 5:00pm

Location:  Roma Hall, Queensborough



Players and Children under 12: $15

Adults: $35

Family of 4 (2 Players/Kids under12 & 2 Adults): $85


ALL PLAYERS ARE ASKED TO CONTRIBUTE $10 TOWARDS COACHES GIFTS. Please keep in mind how much time and effort your coaches dedicate to the team and give a little bit back.



Tickets will be on sale from Wednesday, November 12 until Friday, November

28 from Marilyn Davis in the SIGMA OFFICE (upstairs in the Pearson Building). Tickets can be purchased before school, at lunch or after school until 3:30.




You can buy them from Violet Finvers (Mackenzie Ratcliffe's mom) starting this week -- at the field after most practices. Tickets will also be available for sale at upcoming JV and Varsity home games.


There is an Early Bird Draw courtesy of G&F Financial for all High School Players who purchase their tickets on or before November 21.


There will be ABSOLUTELY no tickets sold at the door.


If you have any questions, please contact Violet at [email protected].

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Following a bye this past week, the Hyacks get set to host a playoff game for the 2nd straight year, as Mt Boucherie Secondary from Kelowna will visit Mercer Stadium for a wildcard playoff game on Friday, Nov 14th at 7:30 pm. The Hyacks will be looking for their first playoff win since 2009, following last year wildcard round loss to Centennial. New West won it's only two previous meetings against Mt Boucherie, 36-33 in 2012 in Kelowna and 27-9 in 2011 at Mercer Stadium on Homecoming.


The Hyacks enter the playoffs as the #4 seed in the Western Conference, with a 6-3 overall record (4-3 in league play). Mt Boucherie is the #5 seed in the East. The winner will face number one ranked Terry Fox the following week. Kickoff time this Friday is 7:30 pm at Mercer Stadium. A complete game preview can be found here
This game will be the provincial game of the week and will be broadcast live here.



Five more Hyacks were selected as AAA Western Conference All-stars, following their outstanding play this season: Receiver Matt Seymour along with D-lineman Jorge Yarwood and O-lineman Harper Sherman were the top ranked players in their respective positions. Linebacker Jeff Lugtu and kicker Wayne Palmer were also selected. Also receiving votes was Ebrahiem Farroghi.


Matt Seymour 
(WR): Finished 2nd in the province with 33 receptions for 587 yards and 6 TDs. Also added 3 more TDs on rushes/returns and is among the top receiver/DB collegiate prospects in Canada.


Harper Sherman (OL): This is

Harper's 2nd all conference
 selection. He is the #1 ranked offensive linemen in Canada by CFC and Top Prospects and has accepted a full scholarship to the University of Arizona.


Jorge Yarwood (DL): His 41 tackles and 7 sacks were among the top in BC this year by a lineman



Jeff Lugtu (LB): Led the province

 in tackling with 72 stops in 9 games. Also added a sack and an interception.



Wayne Palmer (P/K): Led the province in punting (43.1 avg) and kickoffs with 14 touchbacks. Also connected on 5 FGs. He is the first Hyacks kicker to receive an all-star selection




The JVs played one final tune up prior to the playoffs last Thursday at Mercer Stadium, defeating Notre Dame 26-24. Both teams played their starters in the first half, where Josh Olango scored twice and Trew Dancey and Lucas Sabau each scored once, to put the Hyacks up 26-6 at halftime. Linemen Yanni Angelopolous & Isaiah James also stood out on both sides of the ball.


In the 2nd half the teams played the rest of their rosters, and a number of players took advantage of the opportunity for additional playing time. Linebacker Nick McDermid made 4 tackles, including a tackle for a loss on a 2-point conversion that preserved the Hyacks lead. Robertson Yagyog ended the Jugglers comeback attempt with an interception in the final minute.


This was a battle of 2 of the top 3 ranked teams in BC. Notre Dame is the 2nd seed, New West is the 3rd seed, among the 12-teams in the provincial playoffs. Both teams have earned a bye in the opening round this week and could potentially meet again in the semi-finals. A complete recap of Thursday's game can be found here.

JVs finished the regular season with a 10-0 record against BC teams and will play their quarter-final playoff game on Thurs, Nov 20th at Mercer Stadium at 5:30 pm, against the winner of the Mt Boucherie/Centennial wildcard game.



Jr Bantam:

The Jr Bantams turned in one of the most thrilling come from behind victories in the history of Hyack Football on Friday at North Delta, winning 18-14, in the VMFL semi-finals. Trailing 14-2 with 66 seconds remaining in the game, Jevaun Jacobsen threw a 30 yard touchdown pass to Broxx Comia. The defense then forced a 3-and-out, led by Shaye Rathje ,Kinsale Philip, Jewel Wong, Evan Nolli, Joseph Camillo and Ian Marin. On the Hyacks final drive, on 3rd and long, Jacobsen hit Mayen Gor in the endzone for the game winning TD with 26 seconds left. It was a hard fought battle that took 30 kids to make happen, and the JBs will be looking for a similar effort next Sunday in the VMFL Championship game at North Surrey.


Pee Wee:

The pee wee team lost to South Delta 23-14 in a back and forth game, to close out their regular season. Tico Almeida Lee and Austin Tustin stood out on defense. The pee wee's will now take part in the Presidents Cup semi-finals next Saturday at Mercer Stadium.



The Atoms lost to Cloverdale in the VMFL quarter finals. Congratulations to the players on a very good season that saw them improve every week. Special thanks to Adrian Smith and the rest of the coaching staff for all of their efforts in 2014.



All 3 Hyack Flag teams took part in the VMFL wrap up tournament on Saturday at Mackin Park.


Team Orange played in a very competitive bracket, and while they didn't win a game, they did manage to be competitive in all 3 games. Lukas Lalji scored a pair of TDs while Marcus Kelsie added one. Lado John and Cooper Smith also pulled down some good flags.


Special thanks to the coaches for all of their efforts this season and for our division manager, Jill Smith, for keeping it all together. The Tyke division wrap up party will be held this Sunday, Nov 16th at noon. It will start with pizza at the Massey Cafeteria at NWSS, followed by ice skating at Moody Park Arena. Skating and skate rentals (if needed) for players and a parent is included. Please bring your clean game pants. The jerseys are yours to keep.

Hyack Football Tailgate Auction presenting sponsor.
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