Oct 23, 2018

NWSS Hyacks Football and Key West Ford is inviting everyone to come out to all the NWSS Varsity Hyacks home football games at Mercer Stadium for the month of October. Please bring a donation for the food bank of dry goods and you won't be charged at the gate.
Usual entrance fee: Adult $5, Students $3
Football Games for the month of October:
Friday October, 26th @ 7:30 pm
Hyacks Football is challenging all the high school clubs/teams/programs to take on filling boxes of food for our food bank. The team/club or school group that fills the most boxes in the month of October will receive $1000.
Please register your team/school group or club at   mary@keywestford.com 

Food bank donations if possible:
Canned fish, chicken or turkey
Canned black beans, chickpeas, kidney beans & vegetables
Nuts, seeds, Natural Peanuts
Brown rice, barley and whole wheat pasta

The final home games are coming up 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 bronze_ca@yahoo.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!

Oct 25th, 5:30 pm: JV Hyacks vs Seaquam, Mercer Stadium

Oct 26th, 7:30 pm: Varsity vs Seaquam, Mercer Stadium (Seniors Night)
Oct 28th:
9am - Tyke Flag Orange vs Richmond, Mercer Stadium
Tyke Flag Black at Langley, McLeod Athletic Park

10am - Atom Orange vs Black, Mercer Stadium 

12:30 pm - Jr Bantam at Westside, Carnarvon Park
Pee wee - Bye
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Another successful Tailgate Auction sponsored by River Market at Westminster Quay is in the books. Last Saturday evening nearly 180 guests and sponsors helped us reach our fundraising goal for the NWSS Hyack Football program (with a portion of proceeds going to the Royal City Hyack Football Club).
There were special moments throughout the evening, including the NWSS Gr.12 Jazz Quartet that added the perfect ambience for the pre-auction reception sponsored by Pacific Breeze Winery and Steel & Oak Brewing Co. We welcomed our team sponsors, The Record, G&F Financial Group, Westland Insurance, Key West Ford and Team Dave Vallee and friends - who's support on and off the field have helped make our High School and Community football programs stand out for all the right reasons. Angela Smith, scored the winning bid for the grand prize Hawaiian Vacation, donated by Live Auction sponsor Westland Insurance and WI director Brent Atkinson, a long-time friend and supporter of the Hyacks.
Danny Camele won the Chilcotin Holiday Package and Rebecca Paterakis took home the STOR-X Custom Reach in Closet Package. Daniel Dordevic edged out fellow varsity player Vishaan Narayan in an arm wrestling bout that caused a frenzy amongst their fans.
Thanks to our auction committee, led by Mary-Beth Philip , for making this event another huge success. If you want to get in on the fun of organizing next year's 17th annual Hyack Football Tailgate Auction, email Pamela Dixon ( pamelad-d@shaw.ca ). A number of our volunteers are 'graduating' and they want to pass the torch to new Hyack Football parents.


The Hyacks will recognize their 19 graduating seniors along with their parents this Friday night, in a ceremony prior to the team's game against Seaquam at Mercer Stadium. New West is coming off a bye week where the focus was tackling and competitiveness. The players have responded well and spirits are high heading into Friday night's matchup.
The team will be led by lineman Evan Nolli who is tied for the provincial lead in QB sacks with 9, he is also 5th in tackles with 47, the most among D-linemen in BC. The Hyacks will look to get the offense back on track, as it has been for much of the season, led by the 3-headed backfield of Broxx Comia, Michael Kingsley and Greyson Planinsic, a group that has combined for close to 1000 yards on the ground along with 10 TDs. The team is now 4-2 in conference play (5-3 overall) and a win on Friday would lock up a home game for the first round of the playoffs.

The Hyacks turned in their most complete game of the season, a 34-20 win over Mission secondary last Thursday. Jayden Kastelein opened the scoring on a 24 yd TD run. Andros Dancey then took to the air, with a pair of TD passes, 29 yards to Aidan Sattler and 26 yards to Deakon Young. In between Balraj Munjal returned a fumble 50 yards for a TD. Dancey then found Gagan Mandair for a 46 yard completion, that set up a QB sneak TD which put the Hyacks up 34-6 at halftime. The win improves the Hyacks league record to 2-1, with the next league game coming up this Thursday at 5:30 at Mercer Stadium against Seaquam.

The RCHFC continued their regular season this past weekend:
The JBs secured a playoff spot beating the Langley Outlaws 50-13. The offensive output was led by Jaxson Domville scoring three times on passes from Teagan Barre and Trey McLenan and adding a rushing major. Barre also threw touchdown scores to Jayden Bustamante and Sartaj Mahli, who also added a pick 6 on the board. On defense Jack Turner stood out, as did Harman Sanghera in the trenches.
The Pee Wees lost to Coquitlam on Friday night at Mercer Stadium. Hilighted performances came from Lukas Lalji who took off on a 100 yard run, down to the 1 yard line before Nathan Hillmann punched the ball across the goal line. Nicolas Panesar and Connor Baker were among those who stood out on defense.
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