November 3, 2015 


The annual Hyacks Football Awards night will be held on Sunday, Dec 6th at Roma Hall in Queensborough at 5pm. Tickets and more information will be available in the coming weeks. For more information please contact Sue 
Thurs, Nov 5th, 3:30 pm - JVs at Carson Graham

Fri, Nov 6th, 7:30 pm - Varsity vs South Delta (Seniors Night), Mercer Stadium

Sunday, Nov. 8

8am - Royal City Orange vs North Surrey Firebirds at Mackin Park

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

9am - Langley Bandits vs Royal City Gray at McLeod Athletic Park

9am - Royal City Black vs Westside Blue at Carnarvon Park

10am - Royal City Hyacks vs Cloverdale Tigers at Cloverdale Athletic Park

TBA - North Surrey vs Royal City Hyacks at Bear Creek Park
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When the Hyacks take on South Delta at Mercer stadium this Friday, the program will continue its tradition of recognizing our graduating seniors. Included in the list of 19 seniors are ten players who have been with the Hyacks since Jr Bantam including: Jeff Lugtu, Declan Baker, Shawn Dhanoa, Gurvir Ghuman, Jake O'Connor, David Penalver, Sabastian Ramirez, Sunny Rishi, Jamie Shiho and Marcel Wang. Other names like Dillon Cusker and Rochon Bhattacharya, joined the program in JV. This group of young men has grown together, worked extremely hard, and has helped to build the winning tradition of Hyack Football.
The players and the parent/guardians who have supported them, not just as football players but as students and young men for the past 17 years will also be recognized prior to the game, in what has become a very special tradition in the Hyacks program. Thanks to all of them for their contributions. Parents of the seniors are asked to arrive by 7:15 pm and check in at the Hyack Football tent near the players bench.
This Friday's game will decide 3rd place in the AAA Western Conference, and the teams will also play for the coveted Kushnir Boot, in honor of the late Bill Kushnir, the man who started both the New West and South Delta programs.

Last Friday in the Hyacks 55-44 win over Notre Dame, New West put up 487 yards of offense, including 370 along the ground. Trew Dancey scored 3 TDs while Gurvir Ghuman and Nick Hauka added 2 apiece. Dancey also added a pair of sacks, with Jeff Lugtu and David Penalver recording 8 tackles each. Ghuman was named player of the game while Sarban Sidhu earned top lineman honors. A complete recap of Friday's game can be found here


The JV's continued their unbeaten season against BC competition with a 42-21 win over Notre Dame on Thursday. Broxx Comia and Sammy Sidhu scored a pair of rushing TDs, while Kinsale Philip ran for a score and also passed for one to Shane Belsher. Defensively Severio Asaba and Arjun Bal each had an interception and some key open field tackles, while the defensive line played much better across the board, led by Paul Roadilla (1 sack) and Anthony Dillman.
With the win the JV Hyacks lock up the AAA Western Division title for the 2nd straight season with a 4-0 record (8-0 overall) and will have a first round playoff bye. They'll play an exhibition game at Carson Graham this Thursday, Nov 5th at 3:30 pm.


Despite the offense's attempt to put points on the board and the defense holding their own, the Junior Bantams finished with a 5-3 record this season after a loss in Cloverdale. The team will regroup to go into the first round of playoffs next Sunday at North Surrey.
The Atom Hyacks dropped this week's decision to the North Surrey Lions.  Leading the charge on offense again this week was Greg Palmer scoring two rushing touchdowns. Markus Savela, Issac Shirshac, and Andrew van den Driesen contributed with multiple tough rushes for first downs.  Kushaal Aujila and Lucas Ramsay made some stellar tackles for the Hyack defense that recovered two fumbles as well.

Orange -. Team Orange dominated the field once again with a 21-13 win over the Coquitlam Crushers.
Alex Savoy had 2 TD's, Jacob Armstrong scored one, while Noah Perera added a 2 point conversion.
White - A 25-19 win over North Delta in an offensive explosion, with Skylar Singh rushing for 4 TD's. Ashwin Jhutee and LJ Hill-Godin came up with some crucial flags late in the game to preserve the lead.
Silver - Hyacks Silver battled hard in a 0-0 tie with the Richmond Raiders with great defensive efforts by Dylan Panitpakdi and Marcus Kelsie.
Grey - Elijah O'Neale stood out in a13-6 loss to Coquitlam, with a number of long runs, including the team's only TD.
Black -.Jonah Merinuk, Christina Ndikumagenge, and Oliver Romero never left the field in a loss at Langley.
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