Tomorrow's Senior Varsity game listed as one of the top 6 of the week
Varsity Letters’ Weekend Super 6: Our early look at the weekend’s top HS football match-ups
September 20, 2017 by Howard Tsumura
Early-season surprises, traditional powers and old-fashioned underdogs.
We’ve got everyone represented!
Varsity Letters reached out to the coaches this week as we preview six of the weekend’s most intriguing B.C. high school football matchups.
3 p.m. — Robert Bateman Timberwolves (0-2) at West Vancouver Highlanders (2-0)
WEST VANCOUVER — West Vancouver hasn’t started 3-0 since 2007, but getting there won’t be easy.
“They are not traditional, but they have athletes and to us, that is an X factor,” said Highlanders’ co-head coach Shawn Anderson of the Wolves. “I got worried watching their film. They are big, lanky and fast, similar to what we’re trying to do. We’re evenly matched. It was like watching us on film.
“They have some athletes and we have a young offensive line. We have to be able to make some adjustments this week.”
Bateman linebackers Brock McCartney and Sean Moynahan will have to be at their best for the Wolves to get into the win column.
Bateman Grade 11 quarterback Logan McDonald is a rising talent and West Van senior pivot Ben Corbett has passed for almost 500 yards through his first two games.
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