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  • March

    Athlete of the Week: Chaka-Benjamin Ntumba-Muntu

    From Laval, Quebec, this varsity boys hockey player put the team on his back in Saturday’s semi-final at the Canadian Prep School Hockey Alliance championship. Down 4-1 after two periods, Chaka replied by scoring the first three goals in what would be a 6-5 comeback victory. He didn't stop there, as he continued to lead the offensive charge in the final. A two-year Spartan in Grade 12, Chaka was determined to bring home the CPSHA championship to Stanstead. He was vocal in support of others, and the look in his eyes sparked confidence in the rest of his team the entire weekend. Congratulations, Chaka-Benjamin Ntumba-Muntu.
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  • Climbing a Mountain… Standing Alone at the Top

    By Matthew Thompson
    I should start off by saying that I have never climbed a mountain, but from what I have heard or seen on documentaries it is not an easy feat. Many years ago I did climb a volcano in Ecuador while travelling with kids, and even in this couple hour climb, the air got thinner and with that the climb got harder. 
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  • Hockey Weekend Update – March 11-13 

    Championship wins, heartbreak losses, and regular season play fueled this weekend’s Spartans Hockey. Varsity girls competed in the JWHL Playoff Tournament in Boston, Varsity Boys competed in the CPSHA Championship Tournament in Toronto and both prep teams held down the fort at home. 
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  • Varsity Boys Win National Tourney

    By Kyra Borsoi
    The Varsity Boys Hockey Spartans captured the Canadian Prep School Hockey Alliance championship on Sunday, the first time Stanstead College has won a national independent school tournament.
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  • February

    Elijah Young (Mom not shown)

    Good to Get Back to Life Lessons on the Road

    By Matthew Thompson  
    The varsity boys hockey team, like all amateur sport teams and athletes, have had a trying couple of years. COVID-19 is well documented and has taken away much more than sport, but as a coach of young men, seeing sport taken away has at times been very difficult. As coaches, teachers and educators, we pride ourselves on being able to reach our students and athletes. We constantly seek ways to motivate and bring real life into the lessons that we are teaching on the ice.
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  • January

    Katerina Bukolska and Michaela Pejzlova celebrating their teams' NAPHA championship, 2016

    Hockey News: Olympics Bound, NHL Ranked   

    By Kyra Borsoi
    Two Stanstead College alumnae have been selected for the Czech National women’s hockey team to compete in the 2022 Beijing Olympics next month.  
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  • Hockey Players of the Month (December)

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