Westshore Rebels

Westshore Rebels look ahead to Cullen Cup championship

Westshore Rebels look ahead to Cullen Cup championship

Team to take on Langley Rams in semi-finals this weekend

Westshore Rebels look ahead to Cullen Cup championship
Westshore Rebels running back Jamel Lyles (22), gets tripped up by Okanagan Sun defenders Conor Richard (left) and Ty Kitzman during a B.C. Football Conference game in Kelowna last season. The Rebels are anticipating an exciting matchup against the Sun this Saturday at Westhills Stadium. (Ken Reid/Greystoke Photography)

Rebels prep for big matchup versus Okanagan Sun

Winner will get home field advantage in the playoffs

Westshore Rebels running back Jamel Lyles (22), gets tripped up by Okanagan Sun defenders Conor Richard (left) and Ty Kitzman during a B.C. Football Conference game in Kelowna last season. The Rebels are anticipating an exciting matchup against the Sun this Saturday at Westhills Stadium. (Ken Reid/Greystoke Photography)
Westshore Rebels’ Brandon Gandrie rushes past Langley Rams players during B.C. Football Conference action at McLeod Athletic Park on Saturday. The Rebels rallied to beat the Rams 33-28. (Gary Ahuja/Black Press)

Rebels defeat the Rams 33-28 in big second half comeback

Win brings the Rebels to 7-1 this season

Westshore Rebels’ Brandon Gandrie rushes past Langley Rams players during B.C. Football Conference action at McLeod Athletic Park on Saturday. The Rebels rallied to beat the Rams 33-28. (Gary Ahuja/Black Press)
The Westshore Rebels defeated the Vancouver Island Raiders 22-17 in a heated game Saturday night at Westhills Stadium. (Jessica Fedigan/News Gazette staff)

Rebels extend winning streak to six in thriller against Raiders

Team has won six straight contests with no signs of slowing down

The Westshore Rebels defeated the Vancouver Island Raiders 22-17 in a heated game Saturday night at Westhills Stadium. (Jessica Fedigan/News Gazette staff)
The Rebels scored early and often on route to a 38-14 win over the Kamloops Broncos Saturday in Langford. (Jessica Fedigan/News Gazette Staff)

Westshore Rebels beat Kamloops Broncos 38-14

Rebels improve to 5-1 on the season

The Rebels scored early and often on route to a 38-14 win over the Kamloops Broncos Saturday in Langford. (Jessica Fedigan/News Gazette Staff)
Westshore Rebels running back Trey Campbell made an explosive return two weeks ago during the team’s 29-5 win over the Langley Rams on Aug. 19, touching the ball 16 times for 150 yards and two touchdowns. Campbell has been out since game 1 due to a finger injury. (Kevin Light Photography)

Westshore Rebels running back returns from injury with a bang

Trey Campbell has spent the last few weeks recovering from a finger injury

Westshore Rebels running back Trey Campbell made an explosive return two weeks ago during the team’s 29-5 win over the Langley Rams on Aug. 19, touching the ball 16 times for 150 yards and two touchdowns. Campbell has been out since game 1 due to a finger injury. (Kevin Light Photography)
Westshore Rebels centre Daniel Clarke runs with the ball during the team’s 51-13 win over the Chilliwack Valley Huskers at Westhills Stadium Saturday.                                (Spencer Pickles/Black Press)

Westshore Rebels eye Cullen Cup run

Team is 4-1 heading into second half of the season

Westshore Rebels centre Daniel Clarke runs with the ball during the team’s 51-13 win over the Chilliwack Valley Huskers at Westhills Stadium Saturday.                                (Spencer Pickles/Black Press)
Westshore Rebels running back Trey Campbell (4) bulls his way through a group of Langley Rams defenders during a 2016 B.C. Football Conference game at Westhills Stadium. Campbell was a force for the home team, scoring two touchdowns in the Rebels’ home opener on Saturday against the Langley Rams. (Gazette file photo).

Westshore Rebels dominate the Langley Rams in 29-5 win

Rebels will host Chilliwack Huskers on Saturday

Westshore Rebels running back Trey Campbell (4) bulls his way through a group of Langley Rams defenders during a 2016 B.C. Football Conference game at Westhills Stadium. Campbell was a force for the home team, scoring two touchdowns in the Rebels’ home opener on Saturday against the Langley Rams. (Gazette file photo).
Rebels receiver earns offensive player of the week nod

Rebels receiver earns offensive player of the week nod

D’Shaun Greenaway has quickly put the B.C. Football Conference on notice with an impressive debut

Rebels receiver earns offensive player of the week nod
The Okanagan Sun slipped past the Westshore Rebels by a 19-15 score in the season opener for both clubs on Saturday in Kelowna. (Douglas Farrow/Contributor)

Westshore Rebels fall in season opener in Kelowna

Okanagan Sun win rematch of last year’s B.C. Football Conference championship game

The Okanagan Sun slipped past the Westshore Rebels by a 19-15 score in the season opener for both clubs on Saturday in Kelowna. (Douglas Farrow/Contributor)
Westshore Rebels players go through opening warmups at the start of practice on Tuesday night. The Rebels battle the Okanagan Sun in Kelowna on Saturday in the club’s season opener. (Joel Tansey/News Gazette staff)

Westshore Rebels set to renew hostilities with the Okanagan Sun

Defending BCFC champions have stiff test as they begin their quest to defend Cullen Cup title

Westshore Rebels players go through opening warmups at the start of practice on Tuesday night. The Rebels battle the Okanagan Sun in Kelowna on Saturday in the club’s season opener. (Joel Tansey/News Gazette staff)
Westshore Rebels head coach Charly Cardilicchia speaks to his players at the end of the third day of the club’s weekend training camp in Langford. (Joel Tansey/News Gazette staff)

Westshore Rebels coach pleased with weekend training camp

Defending Cullen Cup champions open season July 29

Westshore Rebels head coach Charly Cardilicchia speaks to his players at the end of the third day of the club’s weekend training camp in Langford. (Joel Tansey/News Gazette staff)