This year 2,000+ fans and kids attended the homecoming. The day was full of activities and a car was up for grabs in the raffle. Hyacks battled Abbotsford for the main event dominating them 40-6
Hyacks hosted all day the Labour Day opening games to mark the start of VMFL Fall season. All divisions played well and looked so happy to be back on the field. Good luck to all Hyacks teams this season!
Hyacks Atom teams Black and Orange took home 3rd and 4th place.
Awesome job! Congratulations!
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Thank you to all the teams that participated and all the volunteers who dedicated their long hours making this annual Hyacks tournament a huge success! See you again next year! #BleedOrange #HyacksFootball
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In an intense close game Hyacks JB made the run and win the Axe!
Congratulation to the coaches and players for a job well done!
Watch the game winning run click here
Anybody can play football, #WannaPlay? join us!
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Visit the Hyacks Football Apparel Store and grab yours now!
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Thank you to all that came out and enjoyed the day with us making the fundraising event for KidSport BC a huge success!
To New Westminster Hyacks Football for making it a fun way for kids to learn football. To our volunteers who made sure everything is running smooth. To Subway for providing healthy and delicious lunch. Lastly big thank you to Travis Lulay and Cody Husband for coaching and being good role models to our kids. See you again next year!
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Dear Hyack Family,
It is with a deep and heavy heart that we have learned Coach Ryan Leslie had surgery to remove an infection in his body... However due to complications, it had led to him being paralyzed.
Ryan was a member of the original coaching staff at NWSS, from 2003 to 2006. From 2007 to 2014, he was in charge of running the Royal City Youth Football Club, which saw unprecedented growth under his leadership. In 2015, Ryan accepted a position with Amazon in Seattle, where he and his family have since been living. Ryan, his wife Amy and their sons Liam and Casey will always be important members of the Hyack Football family.
Ryan and his family made countless sacrifices to help our boys and girls over the years. Now, they need our help.
Please help by donating or sharing. Stay strong Leslie's, we love you! ❤️
6 more Hyacks earn college scholarships. Makes 40 Hyacks in the last 15yrs to play at the next level. Read about it in the latest news letter.