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.
Thurs, Nov 17th, 5:30 pm - JVs vs Van College (AAA Quarter Finals), Mercer Stadium
Sat, Nov 19th, 5:30 pm - Varsity vs Mt Abbotsford (AAA Quarter Finals), BC Place Stadium
Sunday, Nov 20th, 10:30 am -
Pee Wee in GSL Semi Finals, Norgate Park
Sunday, Nov 20th - RCHFC Awards Night - Centennial Community Center (River Room). Flag starts at 6:30, Cheer/Tackle at 7:30
Wed, Nov 23, 6-8 pm, Equipment Return at Mercer Stadium (Bay 4)
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HYACKS WIN PLAYOFF OPENER - OFF TO THE DOME
The Hyacks scored early and often, as they defeated Mt Boucherie 62-10 in a Wildcard playoff game at Mercer Stadium on Friday. Player of the Game, Sammy Sidhu scored the game's first 2 TDs and finished with 134 yards rushing on 12 carries. Seven different Hyacks scored TDs as the team racked up 455 rushing yards. Linemen of the game Connor Pattison led the team with 6 tackles. Prento Durigon, Josh Olango and Liam Mackay also stood out on defense.
The 4th ranked Hyacks will now face Abbotsford on Saturday, Nov 19th at 5:30pm at BC Place Stadium in the AAA Quarter finals. Advance tickets can be purchased for the reduced price of $10 from Marilyn Davis at the Sigma office or online.
JVs TO HOST PLAYOFF GAME THURSDAY
Following a much-needed bye week, the JV Hyacks will play host to Vancouver College in the AAA Quarter finals this Thursday, Nov 17th at 5:30 pm at Mercer Stadium. The team will be looking for big performances from a number of players including Broxx Comia, Evan Nolli, Evan Pattison and Shaye Rathjen.
Earlier this season the JVs defeated the Irish 40-33 in a thrilling come from behind win. Kinsale Philip threw the game winning TD to Matthew Lalime on 4th down in the final minute. The JVs finished the regular season with a 4-3 record in league play (6-3 overall).
Lost 22-14 to Richmond in the VMFL 9-man Championship game. Trailing 16-14 with a minute to play, the Hyacks scored what appeared to be the go-ahead TD, only to have it called back by penalty.
scored both TDs for the Hyacks, with Gabriel Bastos adding a 2-point convert. Aiden Sattler took off for a pair of long runs. Gus Oliver, along with Bastos and Sattler also recorded multiple tackles for loss. The loss ends what has been a very good season for the JBs. Congrats and thanks to Coach Boyce and all of the players, coaches and support staff for making it a memorable year.
In a game essential to making the playoffs the pee wee Hyacks pulled out a 6-0 victory over Westside Red. After throwing an unlucky interception, quarterback Markus Savela showed great effort in making the tackle down field and preventing a score. Karrson Maccuaig was a force on defense with 3 sacks. Offensively the team was led by the hard-nosed running of Jaxson Domville, Callum Rogers and Gavin Shaw, as well as great blocking by Maxim Butkovskiy. Rogers scored the game's only TD, from 30 yards out. The pee wees will now play in the GSL semi-finals on Sunday.
The Atoms season came to an end with a 30-14 loss to the Cloverdale Tigers in the VMFL quarter finals. Nathan Hillmann scored both TDs in the 2nd half, while Lukas Lalji ran in a pair of conversions. Noah Perera filled in well at center. Jonah Craig, Lachlan Mackay and others did plenty of extra work along both lines with a short roster. Every player on this year's atom team was playing their first year of football, so the future looks bright for this group. Thanks to Coach Bill and the rest of the staff for making it a fun season!
At the season ending VMFL Jamboree the Hyack Orange team recorded a perfect 5-0 record, outscoring the opposition 74-20. Payton Vahra and Dustin Kleamyck both made 30 yard runs, James Contini scored a TD while several others were scored by Gavin Domaas and Jacob Armstrong.
The Black team didn't fare as well at the tournament, but the season was still a big success. The team won its last three games and finished the season with a very good 6-3 record - an impressive accomplishment for a group that had just two returning players and six kids who were brand new to the sport.