Team B.C. closed out the Football University International Games with a second straight dominating performance on offense, defeating the United States 38-18 at the Alamodome in San Antonio, Texas on Saturday.
Team B.C. closed out the Football University international games with a second straight dominating performance on offense, defeating the United States 38-18 at the Alamodome in San Antonio, Texas on Saturday.
Six local high school football players will be part of the U18 36-player Team BC roster that will represent British Columbia at the FBU International Games as part of the U.S. Army All-American Bowl Week in San Antonio, Texas Dec. 30 to Jan. 6.
His undefeated team was two minutes away from winning a provincial championship with a 17-point lead and Ray Moon still couldn't savour the moment.
Mission's hope of back-to-back Double-A titles faded in the fourth quarter at B.C. Place Stadium as the Roadrunners lost 31-14 to the unbeaten South Delta Sun Devils in varsity football Saturday.
NORTH Shore high school football teams - both the gridiron and European kinds - wrapped up provincial play in late November with solid play but ultimately no podium placings.
The Mission Roadrunners pulled out a nail-biter, beating Ballenas 28-27 in Double-A semifinal action Saturday at UBC.
The Windsor Dukes of North Vancouver gave the defending B.C. champion Mission Roadrunners all kinds of trouble before falling 21-7 in Double-A varsity football quarterfinals Friday at UBC's Thunderbird Stadium.
The defending B.C. Double-A champion Mission Roadrunners are one step closer to a repeat performance as they smoked their northern division rivals, Nechako Valley of Vanderhoof 49-13 in the first round of varsity football playoffs Saturday at B.C. Place.
In a game to determine first place in the Double-A Eastern Conference, the Mission Roadrunners handily beat the Robert Bateman Timberwolves 30-7 on Saturday.
The Mission Roadrunners are on track for another undefeated season in the Double-A Eastern Conference with a convincing 49-7 win over the Langley Saints on Saturday in Mission.
Mission Roadrunners' quarterback Kevin Wiens lived up to his team's moniker, rushing for four touchdowns as No. 2-ranked Mission Secondary rolled to a 420 win over the host Abbotsford Panthers Friday at Rotary Stadium in Abbotsford.
A healthy Kevin Wiens is a dangerous Kevin Wiens, as the Pitt Meadows Marauders discovered Saturday as they travelled to the home of defending B.C. champion Mission Roadrunners.
For two consecutive weeks, last year's Double-A champion Mission Roadrunners came up against powerhouses in their challenging Triple-A pre-season slate and experienced something new: they lost - first to W.J. Mouat two weeks ago by a score of 66-21 and then 22-15 to Centennial in Coquitlam on Friday.
Summer can often be a tough go for community sports. High school, university and pro competition is in limbo until September.