List of 8 news stories.

  • CUEVAS BRINGS Canadian experience and goal scoring to the Philippines

    Liz Montroy (Women's Hockey Life)
    At the 2018 IIHF Women’s Challenge Cup of Asia (CCOA) Division I tournament in Malaysia, there was one player who lit up the scoreboard at a rate of 2.67 goals per game. Bianca Cuevas scored eight goals (and notched one assist) in three games for the Philippines’ national women’s hockey team. Her eight goals were more than any other female player in both of 2018’s CCOA and CCOA Division I tournaments. 
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  • Cross Lake, Man. (April 2018)

    A WEEKEND ON THE ICE IN CROSS LAKE, MAN.

    By Erika Hoskins, Recruitment Coordinator

    During the last weekend in April, BH Blazers Assistant Coach Regan Boulton '09, along with current Grade 11 student and Junior Women's Hockey League (JWHL) All-Star Kennesha Miswaggon, and I visited the northern Manitoba community of Cross Lake to host a developmental hockey camp at no cost to participants.

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  • BLAZERS NAMED TO INAUGURAL U-16 TEAM MANITOBA

    By Sarah Zacharias '08, Acting Director of Hockey
    The Blazers were proud to see three young stars wear a Manitoba jersey as part of the first-ever Female U-16 Team Manitoba.

    Last weekend, Karine Sandilands (Grade 10), Katie Bassett (Grade 10), and Rebecca Thiessen (Grade 10) all participated in the Central Plains pre-season showcase as members of Hockey Manitoba Program of Excellence. Also of note, Sandlilands made history, again, by scoring the team's first goal and later securing her second goal of the tournament on the same night. Congratulations to all!
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  • Alix Yallowega '19

    MULTI-SPORT ATHLETES THRIVE AT BALMORAL HALL

    By Sarah Zacharias '08, Acting Director of Hockey
    In recent years, the importance of taking some time away from the rink has been preached by players and coaches alike. The belief is that players can wear themselves out playing one sport for 10-12 months of the year, resulting in what is known as burnout (a.k.a. "overtraining" or "overuse injury"). Allowing players to have some time away from one sport to focus on another is great for motor skills, furthers skill development in different areas, and overall gives players a chance to yearn to get back on the ice, which is a feeling every coach wants for her players.

    At Balmoral Hall, we encourage our athletes to hang up their skates now and then to enjoy some of the other sports the school has to offer. The Blazers have seen players compete in cross-country, track and field, volleyball, basketball, badminton, soccer, and ultimate.
     
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  • SUCCESS IN MINNEAPOLIS A TEAM EFFORT

    Over the January 21st weekend, our BH Blazers prep hockey team travelled to Minneapolis for a series of Junior Women's Hockey League (JWHL) games.

    The Blazers won three, lost one, and tied one, playing five games in three days! Full results at this link. (Scroll to University of Minnesota: January 20-22, 2017.)
    Now, the Blazers are third in league standings with one weekend series (University of British Columbia: February 3-5) remaining before playoffs in March.

    Congratulations to Morgan Wabick, Grade 12, who has been named JWHL Player of the Week!
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  • Varsity V-ball action

    VOLLEYBALL IS BACK

    Jodi Hafenbrak, Middle & Senior School Principal

    Varsity volleyball league play began this week at Calvin Christian Collegiate. 
    The BH Blazers played a strong game but ultimately took only one of five sets.

    Their next game is on Tuesday, Oct. 3 when the Blazers will play an exhibition match against Sanford at home at 5:30 p.m. 

    Their next league game is Wednesday, Oct. 4, when they will play Linden Christian at home with a game time of 6 p.m. 

    Support BH girls by coming out to watch Blazers volleyball in action!

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  • BLAZERS COLLEGIATE COMMITMENTS

    By Sarah Zacharias '08, Acting Director of Hockey

    The Blazers junior women's hockey program continues to develop our student-athletes in preparation for collegiate academic and athletic experiences.

    We are excited to announce the commitment of three current players:

    • Rebecca Lilly '17 committed to Finlandia University Lions for the 2017-2018 season.
    • Sidney Shyiak '18 committed to University of Regina Cougars for the 2018-2019 season.
    • Olivia Cvar '19 committed to St. Cloud State University Huskies for the 2019-2020 season.
    Congratulations!
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  • [BLOG] A snapshot of college life

    Tess Bracken, Class of 2015

    To say that the past few years of my life have been a whirlwind would be an understatement.

    Walking through the doors of Balmoral Hall School as a Grade 9 student, I could never have dreamed where my life would lead. If someone had told me that in four years, I would be playing Division I hockey at an Ivy League school, I don’t know if I would have believed them; this is mostly due to the fact that I had no idea what an Ivy League school was at age 14, and yet here I am. Really, it’s hard to believe that eight months ago I packed up to move halfway across the continent, following my dreams. When the time came, I was as nervous as anyone moving away from home for the first time, but once I stepped on campus I knew this is where I belong. By now, Dartmouth has become my home.
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