SAVE THE DATE - OCT 19
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:
Thurs, Oct 3 5:00 pm
, JVs vs Notre Dame, Mercer Stadium
Fri, Oct 4, 3 :45 pm
, Varsity at Carson Graham
Sat, Oct 19th
, Annual Hyack Football Tailgate Auction, LaPerla Ballroom
Games Friday, Oct 4th at Mercer Stadium:
vs South Delta gold, 6:30 pm
at North Delta black, 6:30 pm
vs Cloverdale, 7:30 pm
Games Sunday, Oct 6th:
at Richmond, 12:30pm at Minoru Stadium
at North Delta, 9am at John Oliver Park
With a new season under way, the Hyacks are always looking for new volunteers in a number of areas. From assistance with concessions and game night staff, to graphic design, the banquet and auction, there are plenty of enjoyable roles available! Please contact
at and we'll get you directed in the right areas. Our program has received a championship level of parent and community support and we expect 2019 to be no different. We look forward to making you a big part of the Hyack Family!
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HYACKS IMPROVE TO 2-0
For a complete game recap, courtesy of The Record
Two 60+ yard TD runs in the 1st quarter by Michael Udoh paced the Hyacks to a 36-14 win over Notre Dame on Friday night at Mercer Stadium. Udoh finished with 199 all-purpose yards, as the Hyacks jumped out to a 22-0 lead after the first quarter. Austin Galbraith and Greyson Planinsic also scored rushing TDs for the Hyacks, while Owen Stark scored his first career TD on a fumble recovery in the endzone. Stark also finished with 3 tackles for loss and 2 QB sacks, en route to earning player of the game honors. Deakon Young recorded 8 tackles and Leonard Lastrado was named Dairy Queen Lineman of the Game
The Hyacks improved to 2-0 in league play (3-1 overall) and are now the #1 ranked team in the province, according to Varsity Letters. The Hyacks will travel to Carson Graham this Friday afternoon in another tough AAA Western Conference game.
After falling behind 14-0, the Hyacks exploded with 39 points over the remainder of the first half, setting the stage for a 53-34 win over the defending provincial champions from Kelowna. Lucas Steele scored 3 TDs, Jairus Pagtakhan scored 2, while Ethan Bresser added 1. Robert Preda continued his outstanding play along both lines and was rewarded with a fumble recovery TD. Mattias Seganfreddo, Matthew Duncan and Austin Tustin were among those who stood out defensively.
The JVs are now 2-1 overall and open up conference play this Thursday at home against Notre Dame at 5pm.
A photo gallery from Wednesday's game, courtesy of Alan Wardle, can be found here:
The JBs fell 21-8 to South Delta. Kalani Pedrosa scored on a 50-yard reception from QB Antonio Hageleit. Pedrosa also added 18 solo tackles on defense. Greg Palmer had one sack for a 15-yard yard loss and Rodrigo Franco was also strong on defense.
The Hyacks had their winning streak snapped on Sunday, falling 20-12 in a hard fought game at first-place Coquitlam. AJ Meltzer got the Hyacks on the scoreboard with a long run early in the 3rd quarter. Lukas Lalji scored on a QB sneak in the 4th. Nathan Hillmann stood out defensively, while Alex Jasper, EJ Hanraj and Jason Rithaler played will in the trenches.
had another strong game for the Atoms, catching a pair of TDs from Ken Marasigan, in a close loss to the Richmond Raiders. Bishop Ferrer had a strong game on defense with a few sacks.
Tyke Black defeated ND Longhorns gold for their 4th straight win. The team was led by outstanding defensive play from Aiden Kainth, Garbriel Hubian and August Johnston.