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Girls Hockey Find Success in Vermont

Posted by KES Blogging Team on Nov 8, 2018 5:10:33 PM

The Girls’ Prep Hockey team headed to Burlington, Vermont for our first international exhibition play over the weekend of October 18-22. We played teams from Ontario, New York and Vermont and we found great success finishing SECOND after our fellow NAPHA league members, Rice School.

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Topics: Athletes at KES, Athletics At KES

Please Support Pink in the Rink

Posted by KES Blogging Team on Nov 6, 2018 7:07:57 PM

This weekend our Girls Prep Hockey team is hosting their first ever   PINK IN THE RINK  game and would love your support! Come out and cheer on our girls as we take on   Rothesay Netherwood School on SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 3rd at 5:00 pm at the Newport & District arena  in Brooklyn, NS! You can donate by supporting our bake sale and chuck a puck, and there will be prizes and more!
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Topics: Athletes at KES, King's-Edgehill School in the Community, Athletics At KES

Western Region Cross Country Champs

Posted by KES Blogging Team on Oct 31, 2018 7:52:24 AM

Our Senior Girls team won another Championship Banner with an astounding 21 points (the lowest total of the six winning teams today).  The girls were led across the finish line by soccer-rugby-wrestling-cross country-cross fit superstar athlete,   Tea Racozzi ’19,  as she powered her way to a second place finish. Eschewing her Intermediate girls 5km race and instead opting to run the 6km course with her teammates,   Aria MacDonald ‘21  fought a grueling race all by herself in fourth place. Pushing each other through the race were seniors   Lindsay Hogan ‘19  and   Antonia Ziegler ‘19  with both young women having their best races for different reasons.  One not wanting to pull in front of the other at the finish line, they crossed with hands clasped in unison - both in position 7.5, or so they tell me. Not so far behind were three rookies   Teresa Musi ‘20, Madison Taljaard ‘20 and  Kate Smith ‘19.   Musi  smiled each time I saw her, and had her best race of the season. Like   MacDonald,   Talijaard  raced up to the Senior division and added a full kilometer to her suffering while running each hill without stopping.   Smith had a great duel for nearly all of the race, until her racing partner cut the course by accident, or not, and ended up an intractable distance ahead.  However, displaying the best of sportsmanlike behavior, it didn’t bother our   Kate, didn’t affect the standings, and that was that - she chose to think that her competitor made an honest mistake.  
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Topics: Athletes at KES, Campus Life, About King's-Edgehill School

Wheels and Spokes for us Folks

Posted by KES Blogging Team on Oct 30, 2018 11:15:59 AM

Recreational cycling at KES is a fun and physical Fall sport. We go on road and trail rides with enough bikes to outfit 10-12 students. Of course bike maintenance is a must each and every day. We have a bit of a hard-core attitude   (see video)  and those who are new to cycling, learn quickly to keep up in a low gear on some of the rugged trails at the Fisherman’s Road trails, for example, and they learn to pedal hard on the Falmouth Flyer route on the Back Dyke Road.
Staying straight against the white line on a municipal road on a road bike requires balance and kinetic momentum which is fundamental to good biking and physical fitness. We have a dedicated group of students who like nothing more than to get outside in the sun, wind, rain or cold and pedal around Lake Pisiquid, Fort Edward, Haliburton House or the Sangster Bridge road.
We have a great community for biking!

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Topics: Athletes at KES, King's-Edgehill School in the Community, About King's-Edgehill School

Braving the Chilly Atlantic!

Posted by KES Blogging Team on Oct 26, 2018 7:30:00 AM

Five courageous students braved the October chill to spend the Thanksgiving break in the chilly Atlantic! Our group ( David Ubber, Vincent Becker, Ayumu Goto, Harrison Lee, and  Pablo Bezares, along with staff members   Sven Dietrich and Morgaine Sullivan) were intimidated but undeterred by a storm surge that swelled the waves to more than double the normal size.
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Topics: Athletes at KES, Campus Life, About King's-Edgehill School

Proud of our Rugby Alumnae

Posted by KES Blogging Team on Oct 25, 2018 8:00:00 AM

When we welcome new student-athletes to their first-ever rugby practices in the still snowy beginning of Spring, it becomes very clear just how little they know about the game. Year in and year out, however, those same girls who had never thrown a rugby ball before coming to King’-Edgehill are running, passing, and tackling as if they had been playing for years. This year, 10 of those former student-athletes, who got their start in rugby here at King’s-Edgehill, played varsity rugby at the USport level across Canada.

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Topics: Athletes at KES, KES Alumni, Campus Life, About King's-Edgehill School

KES Players at the Atlantic Challenge Cup

Posted by KES Blogging Team on Oct 23, 2018 4:06:31 PM

A handful of our hockey players gave up their Thanksgiving weekend to compete for their respective provinces at the Atlantic Challenge Cup. Our small School represented two Maritime Provinces in a big way with the boys’ and girls’ teams sending a total of ten players and one coach. Everyone had great success and came away with some impressive hardware!

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Topics: Athletes at KES, Athletics At KES

Summer Rugby Updates

Posted by KES Blogging Team on Oct 8, 2018 8:35:31 AM

Soon after the high school rugby season ended, a number of our current stud ents and recent graduates continued their efforts on the pitch throughout the summer as members of our Provincial rugby programme, the Nova Scotia Keltics. The 2018 most outstanding male contributor and current University of Western student,  Alex Otto (2012-18) , led the charge on the Under-18 team. Joining Ale x was current Senior student and Prefect,   Ben Lohr .
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Topics: Athletes at KES, About King's-Edgehill School

Athletes of the Week

Posted by KES Blogging Team on Oct 4, 2018 7:37:10 AM

“Athletes of the Week” (AOW) are selected based on athletic performance and sportsmanship. Positive sporting behaviour is valued at KES and integral to our Athletic Philosophy and School Mission Statement emphasizing gentleness and learning and dignity and respect.

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Topics: Athletes at KES, King's-Edgehill School in the Community, About King's-Edgehill School

Our New Spectacular Turf Field

Posted by KES Blogging Team on Sep 27, 2018 5:27:45 PM

We are very pleased to have one of the finest turf fields in the country available to us as we start the School’s 230th year. It seems not too long ago that I played on Jakeman Field as a young Grade 10 KES student and was excited to be playing on the senior team. At that time, Jakeman Field was the most spectacular field at our School, the scenery to the south was phenomenal and   Henri Medina ( 1975-2011)  was our Senior Boys’ head coach. Time moves forward, now Henri and his wife   Deb (1977-2010)  are retired and their daughter   Alyssa (1998-2006) is on faculty.

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Topics: Athletes at KES, Athletics At KES

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