ANNUAL AWARDS BANQUET - DEC 11
NWSS Hyack Football Awards Banquet 2016 is on
Sunday December 11
(doors open at
and dinner is at
) at Roma Hall.
*Tickets on sale
Monday, November 14 to Friday, December 2 only (no tickets at the door).
*Tickets available from Marilyn Davis (Before school, lunch, after school until
) at the Sigma Office or from
*Early Bird Draw tickets must be purchased by
(open to players only). Early bird prize generously donated by G&F Financial Group.
As the season winds down, the Varsity Hyacks are still looking for help in a few of areas off the field, with the final 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.
Fri, Nov 11th, 7:30 pm - Varsity vs Mt Boucherie (AAA Wildcard Playoffs), Mercer Stadium
Thurs, Nov 17th, 5:30 pm - JVs vs TBA (AAA Quarter Finals), Mercer Stadium
Saturday, Nov 12th:
Flag - 9am - All 3 teams taking part in the VMFL Season Wrap-up Flag Jamboree at Mackin Park, Coquitlam
Sunday, Nov 13th:
Atom - 2:00 vs Cloverdale, Cloverdale Athletic Park
Pee Wee - 12 pm vs Westside Red, Mercer Stadium
Jr Bantam - 12 pm vs Richmond, Hugh Boyd Secondary
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VARSITY TO HOST PLAYOFF GAME ON FRIDAY
There will be one more game at Mercer Stadium this season, as the Hyacks will play host to Mt Boucherie this Friday night in the AAA Wildcard Playoffs. This marks the 3rd straight year the Hyacks have hosted a playoff game.
The Hyacks come into the game with a 4-2 league record (6-3 overall) and the 3rd seed in the Western Conference, following their 42-14 loss at South Delta last Saturday. Sammy Sidhu opened the scoring in this game and would score both TDs for the Hyacks on 71 yards rushing. Defensively Connor Pattison recorded 7 tackles, while Liam Mackay and Trew Dancey added 6 and 5 tackles respectively.
Mt Boucherie is the 6th seed in the Eastern Conference. The last time these two teams met was in the 2014 wildcard playoffs, also at Mercer Stadium, with the Hyacks winning 40 - 7.
FIVE HYACKS EARN ALL-STAR RECOGNITION
SARBAN SIDHU, OL
ear starter with the Hyacks, Sarban is a captain and the
hor of an offensive line that powered the highest scoring offense in the Western Conference.
CONNOR PATTISON, LB
Connor finished 3rd in all of AAA with 73 tackles and also added 3 sacks. He is a two-way starter and captain for the
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 22 tackles and a pair of fumble recoveries.
PRENTO DURIGON, DE
Finished 3rd on the team with 36 tackles and added 4 sacks, two blocked kicks and an interception. He is also a two-way starter.
LUCAS SABAU, RB
Despite not starting until the 4th game of the season, Lucas finished among the top 10 rushers in AAA with 756 yards and 7 TDs
The short-handed Hyacks squad ended the regular season with a 40-6 loss to Lord Tweedsmuir on Thursday, but the team had already clinched a top 4 seed and first round playoff bye. Shameet Rishi scored the Hyacks only points of the game. Other highlights included the first career reception for David Chien and good runs by Himat and Mahtab Garcha.
The JVs finished the regular season with a 4-3 record in league play (6-3 overall). The team will host a quarter final playoff game on Thurs, Nov 17th at 5:30 pm at Mercer Stadium.
The JBs staged a thrilling come from behind win, 19-14 at Cloverdale, in their semi-final playoff game. Trailing 14-6 at halftime, the Hyacks defense pitched a shutout in the 2nd half, led by multiple QB sacks from
and Gus Oliver, while Luke Perizzolo made the final tackle to seal the win. Andros Dancey scored all 3 TDs for the Hyacks and also caught a pass from Jordan Freeland for a PAT. The Hyacks will now play for the VMFL 9-man Championship next Sunday at 12pm vs Richmond at Hugh Boyd.
A big 25-0 win over the GSL Lions.
and Greg Palmer stymied the Lions rushing attack. Callum Rogers managed to strip the ball and return it for a defensive TD. The Hyack offensive line led by Karrson MacCuaig, Liam Noakes and David Bastos provided all kinds of running room for Gavin Garrett who scored his first TD of the year. AJ Llwellyn and Rogers scored the other two majors.
The Atoms lost 40-20 at White Rock. Benicio Hageleit scored pair of TDs while Nathan Hillmann added 1 major. Lukas Lalji ran in a pair of conversions. Jordan Cook and Matteo McDonnell showed improvement in their blocking. Despite the loss, the Atoms have qualified for the playoffs and will travel to Cloverdale next Sunday at 2:00pm
The Tykes Black team defeated the Westside Warriors 14-8 in a tight defensive battle. Alexander and Demetri Biniaris each scored a touchdown and George Paterakis added a 2pt conversion. The team had strong defensive play from Jai-shon Llewellyn and JJ Pagaduan.
Lost to Coquitam