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BCS captures Green Mountain hockey tournament

October 16, 2013

The BCS senior boys’ soccer team will play in the Canadian Association Independent School Tournament in Halifax. (Courtesy photo)

Stanstead, BCS senior boys’ soccer teams
off to Halifax

The Bishop’s College School U-15 hockey team’s season got off to a great start earlier this year when it captured a pre-season invitational tournament in Jay Peak for a weekend of pre-season competition. The tournament was part of the Green Mountain Avalanche AAA Series, and this year marked the first time BCS iced a hockey team at the U-15 level as the majority of this team played U-13 last season. The team has been training hard and working well together both on and off the ice under head coach Christian Bouliane despite the fact that they had to go off-campus for ice time.
“We have been practicing pretty much anywhere we could find ice.” BCS athletic director Jeff Bray said.
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The BCS and Stanstead College senior boys’ soccer teams are in Halifax, Nova Scotia to compete in the annual Canadian Association Independent School Tournament hosted by Ambrae Academy. The tournament will be played at some of the best venues in Nova Scotia, including Saint Mary’s University, Dalhouise University, and the Mainland Commons soccer training center. BCS will play Royal St. George’s College, Appleby College and Hillfield Strathall College in the preliminary round while the Spartans will battle Trinity College School, Pickering College and Ashbury College.

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