HYACKS IN THE NEWS
Thanks to KidSport and Westminster Savings for recognizing the impact that Hyacks Football and KidSport had in the life of Severio Asaba, one of many heroes from last year's provincial championship win:
Thanks to BC Sports Hub for profiling our program and what makes Hyacks Football and the Royal City a special place: Here
Nov 1st, 5:30 pm: JV Hyacks vs Terry Fox, Mercer Stadium
Nov 2nd, 4:30 pm: Varsity vs Mt Douglas, Mercer Stadium
7:30pm - Atom Orange vs South Delta, Mercer Stadium
9am - VMFL Tyke jamboree, Dennison Park
9am - Pee Wee vs North Surrey, Mercer Stadium
10am - Atom Black vs Westside, Carnarvon Park
TBA - Jr Bantam at Westside, Carnarvon Park (VMFL Playoffs)
SAVE THE DATE:
The Hyacks Football Awards Banquet will be held on Sunday, December 9th at 5pm Royal Palace Banquet Hall on Edmonds St in Burnaby. Ticket purchase information will be available within the week. For more information please contact:
The final two home games are coming up (Nov 2 & 9) and the Hyacks are always looking for volunteers in a number of areas: Season ending Awards Banquet, assistance with Game nights, sponsorship and much more. Please contact Tamara at email@example.com and we'll get you directed to the right areas. Our program has always received a championship level of parent and community support, and we expect 2018 to be no different. We look forward to making you a big part of the Hyack Family!
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HYACKS WIN ON SENIORS NIGHT
The Hyacks scored early and often on Friday, as they got back into the win column with a 42-29 win over Seaquam. New West led 21-0 early in the 2nd quarter, thanks to a pair of long TD runs by Broxx Comia and another by Payton Myers, who also found Ajay Chol for a TD reception. In the 2nd half Michael Kingsley scored along the ground before Taran Birdi scored on an interception return, to make the score 42-15 mid way through the 4th quarter.
The Hyacks rolled up 355 rushing yards, 146 of which came from Comia, on only 5 carries. He was named the SportChek Player of the Game, while Daniel Dordevic was named the Dairy Queen Lineman of the Game. Defensively Evan Nolli continues to lead the way with 8 tackles, while Vishaan Narayan added 5 tackles and 2 sacks. The team is now 5-2 in conference play (6-3 overall) and with the win have clinched a home game for the first round of the playoffs.
The Hyacks will wrap up the regular season this Friday, Nov 2nd at 4:30 pm against Mt Douglas at Mercer Stadium. Please note the early kickoff time.
For a photo album of this game, courtesy of Alan Wardle click Here.
For a complete game recap click Here.
JV HYACKS WIN BIG
The JVs turned in their second strong outing in a row, this one a 39-12 win over Seaquam on Thursday. Deakon Young opened the game with a 95 yard kick-off return for a TD. Then came three long TD runs by Andros Dancey (30, 55, 52 yards), before Lucas Steele made his presence felt by gaining 70 yards on one drive, capped by a 13 yd TD run to make it 32-12 at half. Jordan Freeland rounded out the scoring on a QB sneak in the 4th quarter.
The win improves the Hyacks league record to 3-1, and puts them in 2nd place heading into the playoffs. First the team will wrap up the season on Thursday at 5:30 at Mercer Stadium against Terry Fox.
Junior Batams lost their playoff dress rehearsal to the Westside Warriors. Jack Fralic had a couple big pass breakups, Arturo Gonzales recovered a fumble in the Warrior backfield, and Jaxson Domville stood out on both sides of the ball. These teams will meet again next week in the quarterfinals
The Hyacks Black team continued their winning ways on Sunday with a 32-8 win over Hyacks Orange. Ben MacKinnon, Alexander and Demetri Biniaris each scored TDs in the win. With one week remaining in the regular season, the Black team is in contention to finish in first place in the standings.
Team Black lost 13-7 to Langley. Offensively Payton Vahra ran the length of the field for the Hyacks only score. Defensively the whole team kept the game very tight with Archer, Reagan and Payton grabbing multiple flags each.