ANNUAL AWARDS BANQUET - DEC 11
NWSS Hyack Football Awards Banquet 2016 is on Sunday December 11 (doors open at 4pm and dinner is at 5pm) at Roma Hall.
*Tickets are on sale now through Friday, December 2 only (no tickets at the door).
*Tickets available from Marilyn Davis (Before school, lunch, after school until 3:30pm) at the Sigma Office or from
. They can also be purchased on-line
*Early Bird Draw tickets must be purchased by November 25 (open to players only). Early bird prize generously donated by G&F Financial Group.
Sat, Nov 26th, 5:00 pm - Varsity vs Notre Dame (AAA Semi Finals), BC Place Stadium
Wednesday, Nov 23rd, 6-8 pm
Equipment return, Mercer Stadium, Storage Bay 4
The Hyack Football Network is a fun and interactive way to learn the game of football and promote our program. Click
and subscribe to the channel.
Join the Hyacks On-line
HYACKS ADVANCE TO FINAL FOUR
The Hyacks season continues, thanks to a thrilling 44-35 come from behind win over Abbotsford in the AAA quarter finals at BC Place on Saturday. Trailing by 15 points early in the 3rd quarter, the Hyacks exploded for 30 consecutive points, and never looked back. Trew Dancey scored 2 of his 3 TDs during that stretch, while Lucas Sabau and Prento Durigon put things out of reach with touchdowns in the 4th quarter. Dancey and Sabau combined for 291 yards and 5 TDs. Dancey also stood out defensively with 8 tackles, while Josh Olango counted 6 tackles and a sack. Connor Pattison added 5 tackles and Liam Mackay showed great effort to make a TD saving tackle on a kick return to keep the Hyacks ahead.
For a game recap click
For a look at Alan Wardle's photo album from the game, checkout HERE.
The Hyacks will now face Notre Dame on Saturday, Nov 26th at 5:00pm at BC Place Stadium in the AAA Semi finals. Advance tickets can be purchased for the reduced price of $10 from any player, from Marilyn Davis at the Sigma office or HERE.
THREE HYACKS NAMED TO PROVINCIAL ALL-STAR TEAM
CONNOR PATTISON, LB
Connor is currently 2nd in all of AAA with 84 tackles and also added 3 sacks. He is a two-way starter and captain for the Hyacks.
BEN TJERNAGEL, DB
Ben is a threat in all 3 phases of the game, scoring 3 times on kick returns and also scored on one of his two interception returns. He recorded 26 tackles and a pair of fumble recoveries.
LUCAS SABAU, RB
Despite not starting until the 4th game of the season, Lucas is currently ranked 6th in BC in rushing 991 yards and 9 TDs on 131 carries
JV SEASON COMES TO AN END
A young Hyack JV team saw its season come to a premature end, following a 49-34 loss to Vancouver College in the AAA quarter finals. New West fell behind early, but kept battling throughout the game. In the 2nd quarter, Kinsale Philip found Evan Nolli from 17 yards out to get the Hyacks on the board, then Michael Zhang added a 4 yard TD before halftime. In the 2nd half, Philip scrambled in himself from 4 yards out, then later connected with Matthew Lalim for a 48 yard TD pass. Broxx Comia rounded out the scoring with a 7 yard TD run.
The JVs finished the regular season with a 6-4 overall record and we look forward to seeing this group grow and work hard together during the off-season.
All the Royal City Hyacks Youth Football teams celebrated a successful season on Sunday with the annual awards night. The Flag, Atom and Cheer teams all received awards. The Pee Wee and Jr Bantam award winners are as follows:
Most Coachable: Gabriel Bastos
Offensive player of the year: Jordan Freeman
Defensive player of the year: Ethan Ginogino
Best linemen: Gus Oliver
MVP: Andros Dancey
Top defensive player: Greg Palmer
Top offensive player: Jaxson Domville
Top O-lineman: Karrson MacCuaig
Unsung hero: AJ Llewellyn
MVP: Callum Rogers
Meanwhile earlier in the day, the Pee Wee team saw its season come to an end, falling 32-14 to Westside Red in the GSL semi-finals. After a rough first half that had the Hyacks down 24-0, the team showed great resilience in the second half. On the first drive of the 3rd quarter Callum Rogers took the ball deep into Westside territory, before Jaxson Domville scored his first of 2 TDs. The O line was powered by Ilja Scow and Dave Bastos, while strong defensive performances came from AJ Llewellyn, Gavin Shaw and Markus Savela.