October 24, 2017
HYACKS TO RECEIVE FUNDS FROM NISSAN KICKOFF PROJECT
 
The NWSS Football program is one of the recipients of this year's Nissan Kickoff Project! Our program will receive $5,000 from Nissan Canada, as they look to support youth football in Canada. The Nissan grassroots football program "Nissan Kickoff Project" will provide funding and support to 26 high school football programs across Canada. With this funding, we will be able to purchase additional equipment, training materials or whatever other support they need to elevate our game and program. As South Delta is the other program in BC that has been selected to receive this funding, Nissan Canada will be at the game on Nov 3rd to make the presentations and conduct a variety of promotions.
Thank you Nissan Canada!
HELP WANTED

Volunteers needed for game nights and season-end banquet.
 
The Hyacks are always looking for assistance on varsity game nights. If you are interested please contact Tamara Vining at:  Tamara Vining
to get more details. Our program has always received outstanding parent and community support, so we expect 2017 will be no different. 
UPCOMING EVENTS
 
HIGH SCHOOL:
Oct 27, 3:45 pm: Varsity at Carson Graham, Carson Graham Secondary

Nov 2, 5:30 pm: JV Wildcard playoff game at Mercer Stadium.
 
YOUTH FOOTBALL:
Oct 27th:
7:00 pm: Atom Flag vs Westside, Mercer Stadium
 
Oct 29th:
9:00 am: Flag Orange at Langley, McLeod Park

10:00 am: Flag Black vs Westside Blue, Mercer Stadium

10:00 am: Jr Bantam vs Coquitlam Vikings, Centennial Oval

11:45 am: Pee Wee at North Surrey, Bear Creek Park
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HYACKS REMAIN UNBEATEN

Make it six wins in a row against BC competition, as the Hyacks scored early and often in a 56-7 win over Belmont on Friday at Mercer Stadium. Sebastien Reid scored three TDs in the first quarter, as the Hyacks jumped out to a 28-0 lead. Two of the TDs came on long passes from Kinsale Philip, while the 3rd came on an electrifying 55 yard kickoff return. Sammy Sidhu scored 2 TDs along the ground, while Philip and Michael Kingsley also added rushing majors, pacing the home team to a 49-0 lead at halftime. Lucas Sabau threw a 37 yard TD pass to Finn Stark in the 3rd quarter to round out the scoring.
 
Defensively, Severio Asaba registered a team-high 7 tackles, while gr 10 Taran Birdi pulled down his 5th interception of the season. Another gr 10, Dominic Racher, was a beast on special teams with 4 of his 6 tackles coming there. Zachery Northgraves was a perfect 8 for 8 on PATs. Reid was named the Sportcheck Player of the Game, while Daniel Dordevic was named the Dairy Queen Lineman of the Game. If you'd like to watch the webcast of this game, the archive can be found at here.

The Hyacks are now 5-0 in league play (7-1 overall) and will play their final away game of the season on Friday at Carson Graham Secondary at 3:45 pm.
For a complete recap of last Friday night's game here.

JV's WIN CONFERENCE TITLE
 
JVs remained unbeaten with a 32-12 win over WJ Mouat on Thursday at Mercer Stadium. As a result, the Hyacks have wrapped up the AAA Central Conference regular season title and an automatic playoff berth.
Dominic Racher continues to excel on both sides of the ball, as he opened the scoring. Payton Meyers then found TE Matt Drake for a TD. Greyson Planinsic scored a pair of TDs, while Taran Birdi also scored on a QB sneak.
 
Among the linemen, Jayden Williams played his best game of the season, while newcomer Austin Ducommun turned in the hit of the game. The JVs are now 6-0-1 overall (3-0 in league play) and will play host to Centennial in their final game of the regular season, this Thursday night at Mercer Stadium. The team will have a bye the following week.

YOUTH FOOTBALL
 
JR BANTAM:
The JBs turned in their best effort of the season with a 27-8 win over Coquitlam in an intense rivalry game on Sunday at Mercer Stadium. Teagan Barre continues to excel in the passing game, with a pair of TD passes, to Nic McKinnon and Dennis Glavas. Jordan Baba scored two rushing TDs and continues to stand out defensively. Austin Tustin was also strong on defense and Karson McCraig was very good along both lines.
 
ATOM:
The Atom's turned in a complete effort, winning 30-18 against a very good North Surrey team. Lukas Lalji threw a pair of TD passes, one to Nathan Hillmann and the other to EJ Hansraj on the final play of the first half. Hillmann, Lalji and Nigel Desrap each also added rushing majors. There were several good defensive performances including Makalo Bhattacharya, who recovered a fumble, and George Paterakis. Jason Rithaler and Noah Perera led the offensive line. The Hyacks 6-1 league record is the best ever by an atom team at RCHFC. The team will have a bye next weekend and will play North Surrey again in the VMFL semi-finals on Sunday, Nov 5th. Time and location TBA.
                         
TYKE FLAG:
On a perfect Friday night at Mercer, Team Orange earned another victory, 32-12 against North Delta. Christhony Dela Cruz and Miguel Perez each scored a pair of TDs, while Owen Coelho and Austin Zhang also scored. Aaron Hughes had his first completion, while Sean Inglis and Aryan Jhutee performed great on defense. 

Team Black won it's first game of the season, 19-7 over North Surrey. Matt Madigan scored on the game's opening play, his first of 3 TDs on the night. Defensive standouts included Ken Marasigan, JC Vagay, JJ Padaduan, Salar Azim and Austin Che. Vagay also caught a pass for a PAT.

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