KES Coaches Recognized for Outstanding Achievements

As one of the four pillars of a KES education, athletics serves an important role in helping educate students in body, mind, and spirit.
Our athletics team is comprised of a variety of professionals who bring countless years of experience to the table, contributing to a well-rounded athletics program.
This year, several KES coaches were recognized or served in various capacities above and beyond their duties at the School. We would like to take a moment to acknowledge and recognize these coaches. Please join us in congratulating the following individuals!
Zack MacQueen, Program Coordinator and Head Coach, Highlanders Hockey
  • 2023: Team Nova Scotia Assistant Coach – Canada Games
  • 2024: Team Nova Scotia Assistant Coach – U16 Male
  • 2024: Team Maritime QMJHL Cup Coach – U16 Male
Cameron Scott, Head Coach, Highlanders Girls Hockey
  • 2023: Hockey Nova Scotia Assistant Coach – U14 Female
  • 2024: Hockey Nova Scotia Assistant Coach – U18 Female
  • 2024: Team Atlantic Assistant Coach – U18 Female
Phillip Hadley, Coach, KES Cross Country, Track and Field, Swimming
  • 2023/2024: Head Coach Team Nova Scotia/Nunavut Legion Games Track and Field
  • 2023/2024: Head Coach Nova Scotia Canada Games Track and Field
  • 2024: Lead High Performance Sprint Coach Team Nova Scotia Olympic Trials  
  • 2025: Head Coach Canada Games Track and Field
 Trevor Wamback, Program Coordinator and Head Coach, Highlanders Baseball 
  • 2024: Inducted into the Dalhousie University Hall of Fame with the 1996 National Championship baseball team
  • 2024: To be inducted into the Sackville Heritage Hall of Fame for accomplishments as a baseball player
 Kyla Walsh, Coach, KES Wrestling, Girls Rugby
  • 2024: Provincial Coach Wrestling Nova Scotia
  • 2024/2025: Assistant Coach Team Nova Scotia Canada Games
 Kim Walsh, Coach, KES Wrestling
  • 2024: Coach of the Year Award Wrestling Nova Scotia
Congratulations to all!

Daniel Kimbley
Manager, Communications and Marketing

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King’s-Edgehill School is located in Mi'kma'ki, the unceded ancestral territory of the Mi’kmaq People.