Since inception of the PGSS High Performance (HP) class there have been over 100 Students involved in winning BC Provincial Banners.
PGSS has been part of winning 7 Provincial titles in 10 years.
47 Polars High Performance (HP) Hockey students won league gold or silver this past season. 32 Polars HP students won gold on two separate teams.
The Cariboo Cougars won the BC Major Midget title and the Prince George Midget Tier 1 Cougars won the BC Provincials. The Northern Capitals team who finished second in the BC Female Major Midget division was well represented with 15 Polars HP members. Congratulations on an extremely successful year everyone. Two new banners will be in the rafters of Kin 1!
Kenna Lloyd has been awarded a 4 year scholarship to UNBC
Steven Jandric and Chris Jandric commit to NCAA Div. 1 Scholarships at University of Alaska-Fairbanks
Victoria Johnston signs with Red Deer College
Congratulations to our Student/Athletes - Junior Hockey Commitments!
Standing (L-R) Ty Kolle (Portland Winterhawks), Reid Perepeluk (Prince George Cougars), Hunter Floris (Tri-City Americans)
Kneeling (L-R) Riley Krane (Regina Pats), Jesse Pomeroy (Salmon Arm Silverbacks), Trey Thomas (Salmon Arm Silverbacks)
CIS Scholarship Bound!
Best of luck to the following students as they continue to pursue their athletic and academic goals:
Kelsey Roberts (goalie) University of Calgary. (Left to Right) Hunter Mosher: Nippissing University, Sage Desjardins: University of Calgary, Victoria Byer: Mount Royal University
PGSS High Performance Hockey strives for excellence - Excellence on the ice, in the classroom, and in the community. A positive attitude, strong work ethic, commitment, individual improvement and positive interactions with others are the cornerstone of athletic excellence and the foundation of a quality person. Be that person!
PGSS Polars Hockey caters to ability levels ranging from beginner to high performance, and courses are available to all students in grades 8-12. PGSS hockey equipment is provided for any student wishing to participate in the Beginner or Intermediate Program.
* The Beginner program caters to students who would like to learn the basic skating, stickhandling, shooting, and rules of ice hockey.
* The Intermediate program is for proficient skaters who want to continue to improve individual skills and learn team concepts by participating in game play activities.
* The High Performance (HP) acceptance process is by application and invite. The HP stream offers 4 courses that are open to Bantam rep, Midget Rep, male and female Major Midget hockey players. This comprehensive program is both semesters and includes a rigorous on ice skill development drills, dry land activities, PE units, and in class courses such as nutrition, leadership, and personal fitness that are essential to the development of elite athletes.
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