Garand, Watson, Mount, Shepard and Plummer secure roster spots on U16 teams

DHA is extremely proud to announce that Dylan Garand, Ryan Watson, Payton Mount and Cole Shepard have secured spots on the Male 2017 U16 Team BC roster while Krz Plummer will represent Team Alberta in the highly competitive event.

The WHL Cup (formerly known as the Challenge Cup) takes place from October 18 – 22, 2017 at WinSport in Calgary, Alberta.

Congratulations to Dylan, Ryan, Payton, Cole and Krz on representing DHA on Teams BC and Alberta!  Good luck!  Wild Pride!

http://www.bchockey.net/NewsItem.aspx?id=2647

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Chanreet Bassi to play for U18 Team BC at Nationals

DHA is extremely proud to announce that Female Prep student athlete Chanreet Bassi has been named to the 2017 Female U18 Team BC that will compete at the 2017 Nationals in Quebec City from November 1 – 5th.

Chanreet is one of 8 current CSSHL student athletes to be named on the BC roster.

Congratulations Chanreet and best of luck!  Wild Pride!

http://www.csshl.ca/leagues/newsletterarchive.cfm?leagueID=15269&clientID=4542

 

 

 

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DHA newcomers shine at Baseball World Series in Williamsport

DHA would like to congratulate student athletes Sheldyn Scott and Kyle Chyzowski of White Rock Little League on their outstanding performance as they represent Team Canada at the 2017 Baseball World Series in Williamsport, Pennsylvania.

Scott and Chyzowski, both 2004 born multi-sport athletes will suit up for DHA’s Bantam Varsity and Bantam Prep White teams respectively, this coming hockey season.

The Little League World Series is an annual event that brings together the world’s 16 best teams made up of 12- and 13-year-olds. White Rock defeated Quebec in the Canadian National Championships to earn a berth to the prestigious 2017 World Series event.

The Canadian champions, are off to an excellent start with a 2-0 record, downing Italy 12-2 in opening action and Venezuela 7-3 in second day game play.

DHA wishes Sheldyn Scott, Kyle Chyzowski and the rest of Team Canada the best of luck in their upcoming match against Japan and for the remainder of the World Series.  Go Team Canada!  Wild Pride!

http://vancouversun.com/news/local-news/little-league-world-series-chase-marshall-leads-white-rock-to-thumping-win-over-italy

http://vancouversun.com/news/local-news/white-rock-little-leaguers-pull-off-big-win-over-venezuela

http://www.cbc.ca/sports/baseball/little-league/little-league-jamie-strashin-white-rock-family-1.4256916

 

 

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Scardina commits to Cowichan Capitals

DHA is extremely proud to announce that forward Ethan Scardina has committed to the Cowichan Capitals of the BCHL for the 2017-2018 campaign.

Scardina is a 4 year product of the DHA and in 28 games this season, he posted 21 points with 9 goals and 12 assists.

Congratulations and best of luck Ethan!  Wild Pride!

http://www.peacearchnews.com/sports/south-surreys-scardina-to-join-cowichan-capitals/

 

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Thirteen DHA female student athletes invited to BC Hockey camp

DHA is extremely proud to announce that 13 student athletes from the Female Varsity team have been invited to the 2017 Female U18 Invitational Selection Camp being held in Lake Cowichan, B.C. from May 17-21.

Congratulations to Aimee Brucker, Paris Eliopoulis, Faithe Harris, Reese Hiddleston, Jamie Johnston, Emily Johnson, Karina Lannard, Kesslan McCabe, Stephanie Moy, Kallie O’Hearn, Stella Rockel, Alexia Urusa, and Macy Young.  Best of luck girls!  Wild Pride!

http://www.csshl.ca/leagues/newsletter.cfm?clientID=4542&leagueID=15269&page=100011

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Fourteen DHA players go in Bantam draft today

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DHA is extremely proud and congratulates all 14 players drafted in the WHL Bantam Draft in Calgary, AB today!

Kudos to:

Justin Sourdif  3rd overall – Vancouver Giants
Payton Mount 19th overall –  Seattle Thunderbirds
Cole Shepard 33rd overall – Vancouver Giants
Kurtis Smythe 42nd overall – Saskatoon Blades
Dylan Garand 58th overall – Kamloops Blazers
Ryan Watson 65th overall – Medicine Hat Tigers
Tyler Horstmann 70th overall – Edmonton Oil Kings
Trevor Thurston 81st overall – Kamloops Blazers
Braedy Euerby 103rd overall – Vancouver Giants
Bryce Margetson 123rd overall – Swift Current Broncos
Gabe Shipley  128th overall – Prince George Cougars
Daniel O’Neill  130th overall – Lethbridge Hurricanes
Ben Mosher  191st overall – Lethbridge Hurricanes
Nicholas Porchetta 218th overall – Everett Silvertips

Well done Wild!  Best of Luck!  Wild Pride!
And to those who didn’t get drafted, let’s prove them wrong!

For more details on the 2017 WHL Bantam Draft
http://www.csshl.ca/leagues/newsletter.cfm?clientID=4542&leagueID=15269&page=99962

http://www.bchockey.net/NewsItem.aspx?id=2579

 

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Three consecutive wins as CSSHL champions for Bantam Varsity Green

A huge congratulations to the Bantam Varsity Green team on their 3 peat as the 2017 CSSHL Bantam Varsity Champions!  The team defeated DHA Bantam Varsity White 5-2 for the championship.

Congratulations to the Bantam Varsity Green on a hugely successful season, remaining undefeated in both regular and post season! Wild Pride!

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Brucker, Moy, Hiddleston and Pilchak Top CSSHL Award Winners

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Congratulations to Aimee Brucker, Stephanie Moy, Melody Pilchak and Reese Hiddleston on their CSSHL Varsity Division Awards!  DHA is extremely proud of your accomplishments!

Most Valuable Player: Aimee Brucker
Brucker led the Female Varsity Division in points with 44 (32-12-44) in 32 games. The 15-year-old was the only athlete in the division to hit the 30-goal mark.

Aimee was also awarded the Top Scorer Award after posting 44 (32-12-44) points in 32 games.

Top Defenceman: Stephanie Moy
Moy shutdown opponents all season long on the Delta blue-line, while also contributing eight assists in 28 games.

Top Goaltender: Reese Hiddleston
Hiddleston led the division in wins (13), goals-against average (1.18), shutouts (5) and finished in a tie for the best save-percentage (.947).

Top All-Academic Team: Melody Pilchak

Wild Pride!

http://www.csshl.ca/leagues/newsletter.cfm?clientID=4542&leagueID=15269&page=99120

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West meets East in the CSSHL Eastern Showcase

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The U18 team travelled to Ottawa with 4 other CSSHL Midget Prep teams Feb 9-13th for an Eastern Showcase. The purpose of the trip was exploratory in nature, as the predominantly western based league was looking for programs out east that were interested in joining the CSSHL.

Teams in attendance from the west were Delta, Edge, OHA Red, Yale, OHA Edm while Canadian International Hockey Academy, Hill Academy and Ontario Hockey Academy all fielded teams to compete.

The Delta Midget Prep team started the competition off against what proved to be the toughest and older of the eastern teams in the Hill Academy (1998 & 1999 born) from Vaughn, ON. Despite a sluggish 1st period, as the boys tried to shake the travel legs, it was a hard fought game against an older and physical Hill team. Trailing 1-0 after the first period, Delta pushed back in the second out shooting the opposition 12-4 and tying the score at 1-1. The 3rd continued to be more of the same uptempo, physical hockey, which entertained the couple parents that were in attendance. Delta scored a late goal, which proved to be the winner and also added and empty net insurance goal to finish off the game.

Delta played a second game on the opening day of action against Ontario Hockey Academy. Delta skated with a little more ease in the second game as they were up against the U17 team of OHA which rostered 2000 & 2001 born players. It seemed to be a good match as Delta started slow and gained momentum as the game worn on. A 1-0 lead in the 1st, tuned into a 4-0 lead after the 2nd, before finishing off the opposition with a goal in the 3rd to end the game 5-0.

The second day of action only had 1 game slotted for the Delta boys as they were up against their first opponents little brother Hill U16. These players were similar to the Ontario Hockey Academy in age (2001 & 2000) but played a hard fought game that ended in a a 1 goal game. After coming out with 3 quick goals in the first, Delta sat back while Hill U16 forged ahead mounting a comeback that nearly upset the older Delta team. The final finished 4-3, hopefully a lesson learned by the Delta boys.

The final day of games met the challenges of a bad eastern weather front that brought 25 cent. of new snow. The boys braved the elements (more so the bus driver, Marty found the road through the drifting snow) and was able to get the players to the game safe and sound. The younger of the host CIH teams were in tough against Delta, as their top team pushed Edge to a 3-1 game and Yale to a 4-4 game. Delta started this game fast and finished fast as they skated to a 8-2 victory to close out the showcase event.

The teams final day Monday, proved to be one of the highlights as the team toured the Capital City and the sights that Winterlude Carnival had to offer. Starting with a tour of the Parliament, including the House of Commons and the Senate, was a nice change to the Canadian Government lesson they got in their gr 10 classroom. A trip to Ottawa would not be complete without a skate on the Canal and so the team took off on their skates to skate the length and return back with just enough time to hop on the bus and catch their flight home.

A trip to remember for the Delta Midget Prep team!

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