October 20, 2015 


Fri, Oct 23rd, 12:30 pm - JVs at Mt Douglas, Victoria, BC

Fri, Oct 23rd, 3:00 pm - Varsity at Mt Douglas, Victoria, BC

Sunday, October 25th

9am - Royal City White vs Coquitlam Crushers at Mackin Park

9am - Royal City Black vs Langley Stallions at McLeod Athletic Park

9am - White Rock Titans vs Royal City Orange at South Surrey Athletic Park

10am - Royal City Gray vs South Delta Rams at Mercer Stadium

10am - Langley Bandits vs Royal City Silver at McLeod Athletic Park

11am - Royal City Hyacks vs Cloverdale Lions at Mercer Stadium

1:30pm - North Surrey Falcons vs Royal City Hyacks at Bear Creek Park
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What a night! Our 13th annual tailgate auction was our biggest and most successful to date. Nearly 200 guests and sponsors helped us raise the largest total ever for the NWSS Hyack Football program (with a portion of proceeds going to the Royal City Hyack Football Club). MC Peter Battistin kept the pace fast and energetic, beginning with Coach Farhan's special presentation of a Hyack jersey to long time sponsor and supporter of Hyacks Football, Dave Vallee.

There were more special moments in the evening, including live auction prizes with personal connections: Lawrence Scow, renowned Kwakiutl Nation artist and grandfather to Atom Hyack Ilja Scow, created a hand carved painted paddle especially for the auction. Varsity player Declan Baker's parents Lori and Ross donated their Scottsdale townhouse for a luxury vacation. Capping the evening off, the Hawaiian vacation (donated by Live Auction sponsor, Westland Insurance and its board director, Brent Atkinson, a long-time member of our Hyack Family) went to coaching alumni Ryan Leslie.
Varsity Captain Dillon Cusker took the honours for the Hyacks arm wrestling competition and then led his teammates to an end-to-end clean up after all the festivities.
Thanks to our presenting sponsor, River Market; our long-time team sponsors, Key West Ford, La Perla Ballroom, The New Westminster Record and G&F Financial; and our Tailgate Auction organizing committee, event volunteers and auction Alumni, who all made such important contributions to New West's 'gala of the season'. 


Following a loss to 3rd ranked Vancouver College last weekend, the Hyacks continue through the toughest portion of their schedule this Friday, as they take on Mt Douglas Secondary this Friday afternoon in Victoria. It was a tale of two halves on Saturday at O'Hagan field, as the Hyacks executed at a high level in the first half and led 21-14 late in the 2nd quarter. Jamie Shiho threw a pair of TD passes, one each to Justin Swartz and Michael Thind, while Josh Olango opened the scoring with a 5 yard run. Thind finished with 8 receptions and is now up to 31 on the season, good for 3rd in BC. The Hyacks rushed for over 200 yards, but unfortunately the offense dried up in the second half. Jeff Lugtu, Marcel Wang and Kevin Osea each finished with 8 tackles defensively, as the Hyacks record drops to 1-1.

The team will meet at Mercer Stadium at 9 am, with the bus leaving at 9:30 am. Expected return time at Mercer is 9:30 pm. All transportation will be provided.


Sammy Sidhu returned to the lineup and scored a pair of TDs, pacing the Hyacks to a 36-24 win over Vancouver College. The team led 29-8 until the late stages of the 4th quarter, with Robertson Yagyog and Shane Belsher also scoring TDs. Yagyog finished the day with over 150 rushing yards. QB Kinsale Philip has now thrown at least 1 TD pass in the last 5 games. Defensively the coaches were very pleased with the tackling, with the likes of Lucas Sabau and Severio Asaba standing out. With the win, the Hyacks improved to 5-0 vs BC competition (2-0 in league play).
The JVs will also travel to Mt Douglas on Friday. The team will meet at Mercer Stadium at 7 am, with the bus leaving at 7:30 am. Expected return time at Mercer is 7:30 pm. All transportation will be provided.


The Atom Hyacks battled hard under the Friday Night Lights this week, but dropped the decision to the Coquitlam Tigers. The Hyack offense had a quick start with touchdowns on their first two drives from Markus Savela and Andrew van den DriessenKushaal Aujla and Jack Nyang each recorded fumble recoveries from their defensive end positions and Lucas Ramsay, Greg Palmer and Cole Kelsie all had strong performances starting on defense this week.  
Grey - A well-played 12-12 tie against the Coquitlam Crushers, with both TDs coming from Lukas Lalji. JJ Charles-Davis threw a TD pass, Kai Jang-Read made a diving interception, and Elijah O'Neale grabbed a number of flags.
Silver - Hyacks Silver came up short in a 26-18 loss to the Langley Rangers. Marcus Kelsie had two TDs and Mateo McDonell had one, while Dylan Panitpakdi and Emilio Locatelli were outstanding on defense.   
White - Hyack White had a tough game against the Coquitlam Packers. Darius Wolkowski performed well on defense with some critical flagging and had some amazingly elusive runs when carrying the ball.
Orange - Another win, this time 24-6 over Langley. Jacob Armstrong scored 2 of our 4 touchdowns and Alex Savoy was exceptional on defense.
Black - Lost 12-6 to Richmond.
Mini Tyke
White defeated Orange, ending the season undefeated. Thanks to solid defensive efforts from Jayden Dhinjal and Nicholas Weeks. Christhony Dela Cruz scored three 40 yard TD's, Thomas Frass added one, while Niko Velthuijsen added an interception and TD.
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