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A few of my top hockey honours are:
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.
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.
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.
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.