DHA girls blanked out their opponents with back to back shutouts on Friday in the Coeur d’ Alene Showcase.
Aimee Brucker factored in on all three goals as the Delta Hockey Academy shutout the Coeur d’ Alene Hockey Academy by a score of 3-0 on Friday afternoon. Faithe Harris potted her 4th goal of the season.
Reese Hiddleston pushed away all 18 shots put her way, grabbing her second shutout on the season.
Later that evening, Melody Pilchak scored the winner, while Baie Marcantonio added a third period tally as Delta (8-1-0) skated to their second straight shutout of the day.
Jamie Johnson stopped all 19 shots she faced as the Delta Hockey Academy were 2-0 winners over the Banff Hockey Academy on Friday night. This marks Johnson’s second shutout on the season.
DHA is extremely proud to announce that alum Courtney Vorster will suit up for Team Canada with the National Women’s U18 Team when Canada meets USA in a three-game series in Calgary at the Markin MacPhail Centre from Aug. 14-21.
Courtney, who currently plays for the U16 girls team at Shattuck – St. Mary’s School in Minnesota, has verbally committed to a full-ride NCAA Scholarship at Quinnipiac University in Connecticut for the fall of 2018. Her SSM team defeated the MN Elite (Grey) 2-1 in the finals to capture the National Championships for the second consecutive year.
Congratulations Courtney and we wish you luck as you pursue your passion with Team Canada! Fear the Leaf! Go Canada Go!
Delta Wild Hockey Academy would like to congratulate DHA alum Courtney Vorster on her recent success. Courtney has been invited to the Hockey Canada U18 Strength and Conditioning Camp next month. Vorster attended South Delta Secondary and was with the Delta Hockey Academy from 2013-2015.
Courtney, who is now playing for the U16 girls team at Shattuck – St. Mary’s School in Minnesota, has verbally committed to a full-ride NCAA Scholarship at Quinnipiac University in Connecticut for the fall of 2018. Her SSM team defeated the MN Elite (Grey) 2-1 in the finals to capture the National Championships for the second consecutive year.
The hockey stand-out was the youngest player to be selected to the BC roster for the 2015 National Women’s U18 Championships. She also suited up for the Team BC at the Canada Winter Games in Prince George last year.
Congratulations on all your recent success and DHA wishes you all the best Courtney.
The Delta Hockey Academy is excited to announce that it will be launching a Female program this fall for the 2016-2017 season.
Delta will be the 4th team in the league along side Banff, Coeur d’ Alene and Shawnigan Lake. The season schedule will consist of CSSHL league games as well as feature tournament events across Canada and the US.
DHA has worked hard to create a foundation and structure for their new Female program. Having the infrastructure already in place with the Bantam Varsity teams, Prep, Midget E15 & U18 teams, implementing a Female program will allow for a smooth transition logistically both on and off the ice.
For further information please contact Scott May, Director of Hockey Operations at firstname.lastname@example.org
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