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A few of my top hockey honours are:
- A number of MVP awards
- Being picked captain my first year of transferring centres
- Most sportsman like
- Being assistant captain for 4 years in an all boys league


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St. theresa's High School
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I was valedictorian at my elementary school, also winning a french award in my graduating year. Throughout high school i have achieved an 80 average.
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Personal Highlights

Throughout my hockey career I have been on various of teams. I started off playing in an all boys league, and remained there for four years where I was named assistant captain each year. In my first year of peewee I was introduced to girls hockey and that year I played on both teams. The following year I played girls hockey for NSGHA. In bantam I believed it was time for a change, I got a release form and tried out for an all girls team in Barrie. Making the Bantam BB team was a proud moment for my family and I, as the season started I had the honour of being captain. In the past two years I have being playing hockey in Barrie as a defence man.

I have played centre or right wing most of my hockey career, in the last two years I have played left defense.

Academic wise I have been quite successful. In elementary school I was class valedictorian, as well as winning a french award. Throughout high school I have remain an 80 average, hoping to continue doing so in my last two years.

When I graduate high school I plan on attending college, my goal is to become an x-ray technician. My back up career would be to pursue police foundations.

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Why do you want to be recruited to play sports in college?
Athletes are often leaders on and off the field. Please provide one example of how you have demonstrated leadership in both areas.

In the year 2011, I switched centres playing for the Barrie sharks. That year I was chosen by my coach to become captain. When receiving that honour I did not want to let him or my parents down. I was always there for my teammates, as they were there for me. Unfortunately, in February of that year I broke my in a hockey tournament. I was off the ice for about 5 months, but that didn't stop me from supporting my teammates. I attended every game before and after my surgery, cheering them on while they faced teams from all over trying to make playoffs as well as provincials.

Please explain how you pursue "healthy athletic performance" as a student-athlete.

As a student-athlete I pursue a "healthy athletic performance" by participating in other sports during off season in order to stay fit. I take part in my schools baseball team, and track and field team. I also take personal fitness and/or gym in order to keep my stamina up. Another way I try to stay healthy is by eating appropriate meals, although it is hard at times, it is a great was to stay fit.

Please describe how you are involved in service in your community and why these efforts are important to you.

Within my school community I try to get as involved as I can. This year I have helped with an Adopt-A-Family dinner where I set up for dinner hour, as well as hostessing. I helped with grade eight orientation, trying to get grade 8 girls to sign up for hockey for the following year. I have also volunteered to judge a science fair at the elementary school I attended.

I am currently trying to volunteer at the hospital, in diagnostic imaging as well as the gift store.

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