Hockey Night In Collingwood – A Benefit Event For Sick Kids Hospital

Hockey Night in Collingwood

January 17th will be an evening which will see the boys and girls hockey teams from CCI and Jean Vanier face off at the Eddie Bush Memorial Arena. The girls’ game gets started at 6:30 p.m., with the boys set for 7:30 p.m. Donations will be accepted and money raised will be donated to the Hospital for Sick Children.  CCI has already raised about $10,000 for the hospital to date. For further details access the following link courtesy of Simcoe County News;

Eastview Wildcats Win Double Crown At Kempenfelt Cup

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The Eastview Wildcats Boys and Girls hockey teams were crowned Kempenfelt Cup champions yesterday at the Barrie Molson Centre. The Eastview Boys Wildcats defeated the Nantyr Shores Secondary School Tritons 1-0 in a shootout championship final and the Eastview Girls Wildcats defeated the Barrie North Vikings 1-0 in their respective championship final. The event also netted an $11 000 donation to the Christmas Cheer campaign. Special note to Bear Creek Secondary School who demonstrated tremendous school spirit in the performance of their school cheer. Kodiak pride can be viewed by accessing the following link;



Eastview Boys Curling Team Scores Rare 8Ender

The Eastview Secondary School Boys curling team completed a feat rarely seen in a curling game. In the final end of their SCAA game versus Innisdale on Wednesday, the boys scored an 8 ender to cap off their second win of the season. With last rock in the end, skip Dylan Niepage had an open draw for the eight. When it left his hands the sweepers, Treyton Cowell and Dylan Ulens started right away to make sure it would get there. To be sure, Vice Cameron Vanbodegom went out and pounded it in to the top 12 to score the 8 ender. Congratulations to the boys on this rare feat in their early curling careers! Photo from L-R, Second Trey Cowell, Vice Cameron Vanbodegom, Lead Zach Woodland, Skip Dylan Niepage, alternate/Lead Dylan Ulens