November 1, 2016 

 



HELP WANTED
 
As the season winds down, the Varsity Hyacks are still looking for help in a few of areas off the field, with no more than 1 home (playoff) game remaining on the schedule. The most pressing need is for additional game night concession staff and season wrap up banquet assistance. If you are interested please contact Barb Drake or coach Lalji to get more details. Our program continues to receive outstanding parent and community support. We look forward to hearing from you.
UPCOMING EVENTS
 
HIGH SCHOOL
Thurs, Nov 3rd, 5:30 pm - JVs vs Lord Tweedsmuir, Mercer Stadium 

Sat, Nov 5th, 12:30 pm - Varsity at South Delta, Tsawwassen, BC
           
YOUTH
Sunday, Nov 6th:

Flag - 9am Silver at Coquitlam, Mackin Park

10 am Black at Westside Blue, Carnarvon Park

Atom - 10:00 am at White Rock, South Surrey Athletic Park

Pee Wee - 10:30 am at GSL Lions, Norgate Park (East)

Jr Bantam - TBA at Cloverdale, Cloverdale Athletic Park
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 VARSITY WINS 3rd STRAIGHT

The Hyacks made the trip to Victoria on Friday and came away with a 34-21 win at Belmont on Friday. It was the team's 3rd straight win moved them into a tie for first place in the AAA Western Conference. Trew Dancey and Sammy Sidhu scored in the first quarter to give the Hyacks a slim 12-7 lead going into halftime. Ben Tjernagel opened the 2nd half with an electrifying 93 yard kickoff return - his 3rd return TD of the season. Dancey and Lucas Sabau each added rushing TDs in the 4th quarter to put the game out of reach. Sabau recorded his 2nd straight 100 yard game with 115 yards on 18 carries. Defensively, Connor Pattison finished with 9 tackles and Prento Durigon added 7 tackles and a sack. Pattison now leads the province with 66 tackles.
 
The Hyacks are now 4-1 in league play (6-2 overall) and are in position to win the conference title as they travel to South Delta on Saturday for the final game of the regular season. The players need to arrive at Mercer Stadium at 9:30am, with the bus departing at 10am for Tsawwassen.
 
For a look at the photo album from last Friday's game courtesy of Alan Wardle, please go here.

JVs GET THE 'W' ON THE ISLAND
 
Earlier in the day, the JV's also won at Belmont, 36-22. Evan Pattison opened the scoring on a 1 yard QB sneak. Broxx Comia scored twice in the first half, on runs of 2 and 12 yards. In the 2nd half, Pattison connected one a pair of passing TDs, 24 yards to Matthew Lalime and then 34 yards to Evan Nolli, to put the game away. Both Greyson Planinsic and Michael Zhang also stood out for the Hyacks in the win.
 
The JVs are now 4-2 in league play (6-2 overall). The team returns home this Thursday to take on top ranked Lord Tweedsmuir in the regular season finale at 5:30 pm at Mercer Stadium.

 YOUTH FOOTBALL

JR BANTAM:
The JBs wrapped up the regular season with a 42-0 win at White Rock. Jordan Freeland returned to the lineup with a pair of TD passes, to Andros Dancey and Ethan Ginogino. Gabriel Bastos scored a pair of TDs along the ground, while Dancey and Graham Armstrong also added rushing TDs. Defensively, Freeland and Aiden Sattler intercepted passes, while Luke Perizzolo added a QB sack. With the win, the Hyacks improve to 4-3-1 in the regular season and will open up the playoffs next Sunday at Cloverdale.

ATOM:
The Atoms lost 46-33 in a high-scoring affair at South Delta. Benicio Hageleit scored 4 TDs while Nathan Hillmann added 1 TD along with plenty of tackles. Amun Thiara and Rocky Wang showed improvement in their blocking, while Jake Gardiner continues to show improvement on defense.
 
FLAG BLACK
The Hyacks Black team won a hard fought game against the White Rock Titans 14-12. Dylan Jones scored on a 40-yard rush and George Paterakis added a TD on a long offensive gain. Jai-shon Llewellyn stood out on defense and also scored the critical 2pt conversion to seal the win.
 
FLAG ORANGE
Hyacks lost 12-7 to Westside after giving up a late TD. Gavin Domaas scored for the Hyacks, who were marching for the winning score and were in the red zone as time expired. Good defensive efforts by Chase Domaas and Christony De La Cruz.


  
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