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KES Athletics Celebrated!

It was great to be able to celebrate our Annual KES Athletic Banquet last Thursday evening. I was very pleased to see and hear so many of our Coaches chatting on Zoom prior to the 8:00 pm start of the event. I truly appreciate the time, commitment and passion that our Coaches invest in our athletics programme. I shared with the audience, that although there is an expectation for our faculty to coach for two terms, we have had about a dozen, over the past couple of decades, who coach more than two terms of sport. This reflects the selflessness and commitment to our student-athletes. These coaches share many highs and lows with their teams and develop strong bonds with the students, while mentoring the essential life skills that we learn in sport and then apply to life.

Our Varsity and Prep coaches are supported by our Team Captains who fill in all the gaps and share leadership responsibilities with Coaches, while at the same time balancing all that our KES student–athletes must manage day to day. These are very busy, talented and exceptional young men and women.  Mr. Rory Campbell and I are fortunate to work directly with these inspiring young men and women on our Captain’s Council. These students give up their lunchtimes in order to meet as a group to discuss, debate and share experiences and numerous leadership tasks and topics to enhance everyone’s experience through sport. We are greatly indebted to our Captains.

These Student Captains play an integral role in our programmes and are only a part of the success of our teams. This night was an opportunity to celebrate the MOST OUTSTANDING CONTRIBUTORS of our teams. These student-athletes contribute on and off the courts, fields, floors, mats and ice. They are agents for success and comprise a thorough balance of competitive excellence, team spirit, selflessness and clearly reflect the values of the Missions of our School, through Gentleness, Learning, Dignity and Respect. Our student–athletes and Coaches who participate in our Recreational activities certainly share in the success of our Varsity and Prep programmes and are also essential to our programmes’ success.

Please click here to watch our Athletic Banquet.

2019-2020 King’s-Edgehill School Sports Awards
Students Making the Most Valuable Contribution to Their Sport
Sr. Male Cross Country Running
Francois Richard
Sr. Female Cross Country Running
Aria MacDonald
Sr. Boys Soccer (JV) B
Pablo Bezares Guerrero
Sr. Boys Development Basketball
Peter MacGregor
Sr. Girls Soccer A
Jillian Griffith
Jr Boys Soccer A
Alejandro “Ale” Palacios Plascencia
Jr Boys Soccer B
Vincent Armstrong
Jr. Girls Soccer
Magdalene “Maggie” Mills
Sr. Boys Soccer (Div 1) A
Evan Logan
Jr. Boys Basketball
Isaiah Johnson
Sr. Boys Basketball
Brisnel Etou Bosseba
Sr. Girls Basketball
Claire Englehutt
Girls Prep Basketball
Aaliyah Arab-Smith
Sr. Boys Prep Hockey
Joshua “Josh” Hunt
Girls Prep Hockey
Ava Benedict
Biathlon - Male
Lucas Gimenez
Biathlon - Female
Madison Taljaard
Jr. Boys Snowboarding
Aidan Fox Sullivan
Sr. Boys Snowboarding
Evan Logan
Jr. Girls Snowboarding
Yifan “Doreen” Xing
Jr. Boys Alpine Skiing
Edward O’Neill
Jr. Girls Alpine Skiing
Lucy Goddard
Sr. Boys Alpine Skiing
Mitchell Larkin
Sr. Girls Alpine Skiing
Katherine “Katie “Goddard
Gregory “Greg” Otto
Volleyball Girls’ D2
Emma Coughlan
Jr. Girls Basketball
Gabrielle “Gabby” Shaw
NSSAF “Junior Female Good Sport” Award
Jada MacKinnon
NSSAF “Junior Male Good Sport” Award
Weizhe "Alan" Xu
Sr. Male Good Sport Award
Duncan McLaughlin
Sr. Female Good Sport Award
Mya Snarr
NSSAF Celebration of Sport Award
Phillip Hadley, Mya Snarr, Evan Logan
Volunteer of the Year Award
Olivia Drava
Junior Female Scholar Athlete
Julia Kate Field
Junior Male Scholar Athlete
Eric Sweetapple
Junior Female Athlete
Lucy Goddard
Junior Male Athlete
Zach Logan
Varsity Athletic Multi-Sport Awards
Mya Snarr, Madison Taljaard, Christian Greco, Alexandra “Allie” Martin, Haichuan “River” Qi, Radka Sevcik, Evan Logan, Katie Goddard
Senior Male Scholar Athlete
Brisnel Etou Bosseba
Senior Female Scholar Athlete
Katherine “Katie” Goddard
Senior Male Athlete
Evan Logan
Senior Female Athlete
Aaliyah Arab-Smith

Kim Walsh
Athletic Director

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