2016 Dawgs!

2016 Dawgs!
Get Better!

2014 Provincial Champions

2014 Provincial Champions
"Hard Work!"

"Last Play"

"Last Play"

2011 AA JV Champions

2011 AA JV Champions
Hard Earned Is Hard To Beat!

Setting The Standard

Setting The Standard


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MACTE VIRTUE: Translation: Increase in Excellence! This is our creed!

John Barsby Football Philosophy

Try Your Hardest! Get Better Each Day! Do The Right Thing!

Program Record

1996 Varsity 3-5-0

1997 Varsity 3-6-1

1998 Varsity 1-6-0

1998 JV 6-4-0 Wild-Card Playoff

1999 Varsity 11-3-0 BC Championship Finalists

1999 JV 7-2-0 Wild-Card Playoff

2000 Varsity 13-1-0 BC Champions

2000 JV 5-4-0 Wild-Card Playoff

2001 Varsity 5-4-0 BC Quarter-Finalists

2001 JV 8-2-0 BC Quarter-Finalists

2002 Varsity 6-4-0 3rd Place In Division

2002 JV 7-3-0 Wild-Card Playoff

2003 Varsity 7-2-0 Wild-Card Playoff

2003 JV 10-3-0 BC Semi-Finalist (Only Public School in the final four!)

2004 Varsity 8-3-0 BC Semi-Finalists

2004 JV 6-3-0 Wild-Card Playoff

2005 Varsity 5-3-0 BC Quarter-Finalists

2005 JV(AAA) 3-4-0 Wild-Card Playoff

2006 Varsity 6-4-0 BC Quarter-Finalists

2006 JV(AAA) 4-4-0 Wild-Card-Playoff

2007 Varsity 5-5-0 Wild-Card-Playoff

2007 JV (AA) 10-1-0 BC-Semi-Finalists

2008 Varsity 9-2-0 BC Quarter-Finalists

2008 JV (AA) 11-1-0 BC Semi-Finalists

2009 Varsity 4-5-0 Wild-Card Playoff

2009 JV (AA) 9-2-0 BC Semi-Finalists

2010 Varsity 12-0-0 BC Champions

2010 JV (AA) 11-2-0 BC Championship Finalists

2011 Varsity 11-1 BC Championship Finalists

2011 JV (AA) 10-0 BC Champions

2012 Varsity 9-3 BC Semi-Finalists

2012 JV (AA) 8-3-1 BC Semi-Finalists

2013 Varsity 13-1 BC Champions

2013 JV (AA) 4-5 BC Quarter-Finalists

2014 Varsity 11-1 BC Champions

2014 JV (AA) 6-4 BC Quarter-Finalists

2015 Varsity 8-3 BC Quarter-Finalists

2015 JV 6-5 BC Quarter-Finalists

2016 Varsity 2-7

2016 JV 8-4 BC Finalists

2014 Harewood Freight Train!

2014 Harewood Freight Train!

Way To Go 2010 Varsity

Monday, September 6, 2010

Zero Week Complete

Post-Game Sat. 4 September in The Canem Cage!
A great day on and off of the field for our Varsity Squad

Hard work and mental focus have paid off.  Video analysis shows lots of room for improvement and we go back to work Tuesday night!  A huge thank you to all who came together to support the game with their volunteer work and cheering!  A packed house on Saturday.   We love our Football!! See you all at the JV game vs Mt. Douglas 3:00 PM on Wednesday!

Go Dawgs!


Bulldogs' vicious bite sends Condors crashing

Walter Cordery, Daily News

Published: Tuesday, September 07, 2010

The John Barsby Bulldogs not only took a bite out of the Duchess Park Condors Saturday, they mauled the Prince George visitors 77-6 in front of about 200 fans surrounding the Canem Cage at John Barsby Secondary.
It was the opening game of the season for the Nanaimo team, ranked No. 6 in the British Columbia High School Football Association's list of AA teams.
The Dawgs defence, sparked by the inspiring performance of defensive tackle Zach Amstutz grounded the Condors aerial attack, forcing a number of turnovers. Amstutz was one of a number of Barsby players who played on both offence and defence.

Barsby didn't know what kind of game the team from PG would give them, as the Condors had a number of returning players on their roster. However, Barsby scored early and often taking a 58-6 lead into halftime.
That was not enough to comfort head coach Rob Stevenson.  He told his players at halftime that as far as he was concerned the second half was an entirely new ball game and "the score is 0-0."

Barsby QB Patrick Doyle avoided turnovers and was seen throwing a few blocks for massive running back Jordan Kuziek and others. Doyle also patrols the defence as a strong safety.  He connected on long throws for touchdowns to Nathan Berg and Tim Hampson but it was the Barsby offensive line that dominated the game, opening up gaping holes for any of the running backs Stevenson platooned into game. "I think our O-line is the strongest I've seen in at least 10 years," said Stevenson following the game. He was "pretty pleased" with the result. "For coming into this game after a full week of practices, I thought we played OK but not without a few mistakes, which we will get ironed out."

The varsity team's next opponent is the Okanagan Mission Huskies, who will be lining up against the Dawgs on Saturday at noon at John Barsby Secondary's newly christened Canem Cage.

The junior varsity Bulldogs drew hated rival and last year's No. 1-rated team Victoria's Mt. Douglas Rams as their first opponent of their season.  The kickoff for that encounter is set for 3 p.m. on Wednesday at Barsby.
© The Daily News (Nanaimo) 2010

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