Thurs, Oct 10, 5:00 pm
, JVs vs Seaquam, Mercer Stadium
Fri, Oct 11, 7:30 pm
, Varsity vs Handsworth, Mercer Stadium
Sat, Oct 19th
, Annual Hyack Football Tailgate Auction, LaPerla Ballroom
All Games Sunday, Oct 13th:
vs North Shore, 11:45pm at Mercer Stadium
at Cloverdale, 10:00am at Cloverdale Athletic Park
vs North Surrey, 10am at Mercer Stadium
vs South Delta green, 9:00 am at Mercer Stadium
at White Rock blue, 9:30 am, South Surrey Athletic Park
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VARSITY HYACKS KEEP WINNING
For a complete game recap, courtesy of The Record
The ground game was in full force on Friday as the Hyacks defeated Carson Graham 35-12 in North Vancouver. The Hyacks rushed for a season-high 413 yards, with both Greyson Planinsic and Michael Udoh each rushing for more than 150 yards and combining for all 5 TDs. Eight different Hyacks had at least one carry in the game.
Defensively Pavan Kainth was a force, having a hand in 9 tackles, including 2 for loss. Deakon Young and Andros Dancey also stood out defensively, with Young intercepting his first pass of the season. Unfortunately for the Hyacks TE, Matthew Drake suffered a season-ending ankle injury. We wish him a speedy recovery.
This was the 4th straight win for the top-ranked Hyacks, who improved to 3-0 in league play (4-1 overall) and will play host to Handsworth on Friday night at Mercer Stadium
A photo gallery from Friday's game, courtesy of Alan Wardle
The 17th annual
Hyack Football Tailgate Auction
- presented by River Market, will be held at LaPerla Ballroom. It's the largest fundraiser of the year for both the NWSS and the RCHFC football programs. For more details on how you can
with this fantastic event, please contact:
JVs HOST SEAQUAM ON THURSDAY
The JVs lost for the first time in 4 weeks, falling 24-6 to Notre Dame, Jairus Pagtakhan scored the only TD for the Hyacks, while Ethan Bresser turned in a strong performance on both sides of the ball. Nathan Drake intercepted a pass, while Matt Duncan registered a pair of QB sacks. The JVs record is now 2-2 and they will play host to Seaquam on Thursday at 5pm at Mercer Stadium, in another key league game.
In what was the most thrilling game of the season, the Hyacks came from behind to defeat Cloverdale 22-14. Trailing 14-0 entering the 4th quarter, AJ Meltzer got the Hyacks on the scoreboard with a 35 yard TD run. After an onside kick recovery Alexander Biniaris caught a 20 yard pass from Lukas Lalji to keep the drive arrive, before Nathan Hillmann scored to tie the game at 14 with less than 3 minutes remaining. Hillmann then scored the winning points with 13 seconds left. Strong play in the trenches came from Guido Catania and Linkin Twamley.
The JBs played in Richmond and got very good defensive performances from Jack Turner and Ilya Scow. Kalani Pedrosa scored the only TD for the Hyacks with Benicio Hageleit on the receiving end of the PAT.
The Atoms defeated North Delta 38-6. Joey Baker continued his strong play with a rushing TD, a pick-six and going 4 of 5 for PAT's. Andre Sato added to the lead in the second half with a highlight reel touchdown. Jaishon Llewllyn and Owen Coelho led the team on defense. The team had a great time at the BC Lions game on Saturday night, where they participated in the pre-game festivities (below).
Both flag teams played on Friday night under the lights at Mercer. Tyke Black saw their 4-game winning streak come to an end with a loss to North Delta black. The team still received strong efforts from Max Paterakis on defense and Koen Panasar on offense.
The Orange team played in what was a defensive battle in the first half, with Vincent McCarty doing a great job of flagging. But in the second half, offensive errors were the Hyacks undoing.