October 9, 2017

Volunteers needed for game nights, the tailgate auction and season-end banquet.
With the Hyacks back at home this Friday night, we are always looking for help in a number of areas on varsity game nights. If you are interested please contact: Tamara Vining
to get more details. Our program has always received outstanding parent and community support, so we expect 2017 will be no different. We look forward to making you  an even bigger part of the Hyack family!

"BOGO" for Volunteers: As a special thank you - volunteers will receive an electronic "Buy One Get One" Tailgate Auction ticket purchase link.  
On Thanksgiving, here's a story about Matt Seymour's path from British Columbia to Ohio for Division I football. Check it out here.

NWSS Hyacks Football and Key West Ford is inviting everyone to come out to all the NWSS Sr. 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.
Entrance fee: Adult $5 Student $3
Football Games for the month of October:
Friday October 13 @ 7:30pm
Friday October 20 @ 5pm
The NWSS Hyacks Football team 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 with mary@keywestford.com

Food Bank donations if possible:
Canned fish, chicken or turkey
Canned black beans, chickpeas and kidney beans
Nuts, seeds
Natural Peanut
Brown rice, barley and whole wheat pasta
Powdered skim milk
Canned vegetables
Oct 12, 3:15 pm: JV vs STM at Burnaby Lake Sports Complex.

Oct 13, 7:30pm: Varsity vs Notre Dame, Mercer Stadium

Oct 14, 6:00: Hyack Football Tailgate Auction, LaPerla Ballroom
Oct 15th:
9:00 am: Flag Orange at North Surrey Ravens, Bear Creek Park

11:45 am: Flag Black at South Delta Rams, Dennison Park

10:30 am: Atom Flag at GSL 49ers, Norgate Park (NW)

10:00 am: Atom at Richmond Raiders, Minoru Stadium

1:30pm: Jr Bantam at Cloverdale Cougars, Cloverdale Athletic Park
Pee Wee - bye
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Saturday, Oct 14  6PM La Perla Ballroom

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The varsity Hyacks, aka Road Warriors, return home following a 28-13 win at Seaquam, in a battle of two of the top ranked teams in BC. The win was a breakout performance for senior RB, Sammy Sidhu, who rushed for 187 yards and all 4 TDs. Zachery Northgraves added a 31 yard FG for the visitors.
Defensively, Kinsale Philip led the Hyacks with 10 tackles, including 2 for loss, while Sidhu added 8 tackles. Taran Birdi followed up his exceptional JV performance on Thursday with another two interceptions on Saturday, one of which came in the endzone and was returned 75 yards to set up a 4th quarter Hyacks TD. Sebastien Reid and Severio Asaba each added 5 tackles and a fumble recovery. As a group the defense came away with 5 turnovers and did not allow a point in the 2nd half.
The Hyacks are now 3-0 in league play (5-1 overall) and return home to Mercer Stadium for the first time in over a month when they play host to Notre Dame this Friday night. The Jugglers ended the Hyacks season a year ago in the provincial semi-finals. Three of the Hyacks final four games will be played at home.
For a complete recap of last Saturday's game click here.

The JVs remained unbeaten following a 34-22 win at Mission last Thursday. Taran Birdi scored his first of 3 majors on the Hyacks first possession, as he caught a TD pass from Payton Meyers. Birdi would also add touchdowns on a punt return and interception return. Dominic Racher scored for the 2nd straight game and turned in a very good performance on both sides of the ball. Meyers would also connect with TE Matthew Drake for his first TD reception. JV's are now 4-0-1 overall, 1-0 in league play.
The JVs are back on the road on Thursday when they play at Burnaby Lake against STM at 3:15pm

In their Friday night lights game, the JBs lost a close 8-0 decision to North Surrey. Ethan Bresser was very strong on defense, coming up with a pair of sacks. Nic MacKinnon turned a screen play into a long TD, which unfortunately was called back by a penalty. Jordan Baba had several tough carries, dragging defenders and also led the team on defense with a number of key tackles Luke Cosalter and Nick Alvarez stood out along the line. The following night at BC Place Stadium the Hyacks defeated Westside at halftime of the BC Lions game, with Jaxson Domville scoring the game's only points.
Despite a loss to North Delta, RB Benicio Hageleit continues to impress for the pee wees. Gavin Garrett showed plenty of poise despite constant pressure. Defensively Josh Bath and Andrew Van den Driesen had strong performances.  
The Atoms improved their record to 4-1 following a hard fought 44-20 win over North Delta. With a slim 24-20 lead at halftime, the Hyacks defense recorded a shutout in the 2nd half, thanks to the play of Alexander Biniaris and Eli Smith, among others. Lucas Coelho scored his first TD of the season, Lukas Lalji and Nathan Hillmann each scored a pair of TDs, while Nigel Desrap opened the scoring. Daniel Penalver kicked 4 of 5 PATs and was also very good on kickoffs. EJ Hansraj stood out among the linemen. With the win, the Atoms clinch a spot in the VMFL semi-finals, with 2 games remaining in the regular season.
The Hyacks defeated the Westside Bears 6-0, in a tight defensive battle, with both teams having goal line stops. Gavin Domaas was the difference with a punt return for the games only TD. Defensive stand outs were Chase Domaas and Evan Holkestad.
Hyacks Orange lost their first game of the season, 12-6 to Langley. Miguel Perez scored while Christhony Dela Cruz and Sean Inglis were dominant in defense. Owen Coelho made a couple impressive 30 yard passes.

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