During the Shrine Bowl years, all high school football teams started to play by the same American football rules. A small Catholic high school, by the name of Notre Dame Regional Secondary School, became a football powerhouse during those years.
The Shrine Bowl gave way to the American style of ranking schools. Schools are divided into three classes by total enrollment in grades 9-11 only: A (0-337 students) , AA(340-618 students), and AAA (619 students and up). The championships then became known as Frank Gnup AAA Provincial Championships and the Gary Scott AA Provincial Championships.
|1966||Centennial 12||Killarny 0|
|1967||Brittania 13||Vancouver College 13|
|1968||Notre Dame 26||Steveston 6|
|1969||Delbrook 13||Maple Ridge 6|
|1970||Notre Dame 46||Brittania 6|
|1971||Notre Dame 26||Brittania 8|
|1972||Notre Dame 42||Handsworth 0|
|1973||Handsworth 12||Notre Dame 6|
|1974||Notre Dame 36||Vancouver College 0|
|1975||Notre Dame 36||Steveston 6|