The junior varsity New Westminster Hyacks squandered an opportunity for a first-round playoff bye following a shutout loss to the Mt. Douglas Rams last Thursday.
The New Westminster Hyacks will do their playoff watching from the stands for just the second time in the high school football program's history.
It didn't take long for the New Westminster Hyacks to get over their season opening loss in Blaine.
The New Wesminster Hyacks capped off its varsity spring training camp with a 21-21 result against Blaine High School in Washington State last Friday night.
The New Westminster Hyacks chose a tough first-round opponent to tackle.
They came by foot - too many to count - and won it by yards.
A critical fourth-and-goal stop on the one-foot line sent the New Westminster Hyacks into the B.C. high school AAA varsity football playoffs.
Tommy Robertson was nervous on Friday night, but that certainly didn't show as the Grade 10 quarterback led the New Westminster Hyacks to a 27-9 Homecoming win over the visiting Mt. Boucherie Bears of Kelowna.
Water show: Swimmers perform their routines to music at C.G. Brown Pool Saturday at the Burnaby Caprice Synchronized Swimming Club's year'end show.
The New Westminster Hyacks came back from a spring training scrimmage in Blaine, Washington with more than a draw.