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Brentwood Takes the Kodiak Klassic

Jan 02, '18

The basketball season is underway around the province and Brentwood is no exception; each of our teams got into action in their respective tournaments this past weekend. The Senior Boys Basketball team participated in the Heritage Woods Kodiak Klassic, one of the top tournaments in British Columbia. The competition was almost exclusively 4A teams,...

Senior Volleyball Provincials

Dec 30, '17

As the Senior Girls Volleyball team stepped off the plane in Prince George, it was -2° C, a mild day in northern BC in late November. While debating over who got to ride in which coach’s rented minivan, the nip in the air and the nip from Coach Fougner prompted us to find the nearest open seat. Our fleet of Dodge Caravans then rushed west to...

Senior Boys Soccer

Dec 29, '17

Quickness, dynamism, possession, & flair are all words that can be used to describe the playing style of Senior Boys Soccer. When this group were on form, they were extremely hard to play against & very difficult to win the ball from. Some teams like to pass the ball around, others like to play it forward quickly: this team did both of these...

2nd XI Field Hockey

Dec 27, '17

The year began with a group of 16 girls assembled on the Cowichan turf, a mix of seasoned and new players, both seniors and juniors. Although practices started with a refresher of basic skills as our coaches assessed the abilities and strengths our the new team, it was clear that we had amazing potential with a little refinement needed. In just a...

Cross Country

Dec 24, '17

The 2017 Cross Country season has come to a close. It has been an incredible few month for the team filled with unbelievable achievements, grit and joy. The highlights of this year’s Cross Country season consisted of both the speed squad’s success and the rest of the team. For the speed squad, the Heisterman siblings have had outstanding success...

Junior Boys Soccer

Dec 23, '17

“The King of the North” cry the bannermen of Winterfell: “Jon Snow is the King of the North!” With all due respect to George R.R. Martin’s Song of Ice and Fire, no one, not even the thieves and unwanted sons shuddering at the top of the wall, can truly understand the bone-numbing reality of how winter is coming until they have journeyed north from...

Development Field Hockey

Dec 20, '17

The Development Field Hockey team had a very productive and exciting season. Many of the girls who played on this squad had very little to no field hockey experience at the beginning of the term. Over the course of the season, they worked very hard to improve their basic skills, as well as their tactical play on the pitch during competitions, and...

Cross Training & Varsity

Dec 18, '17

Being a part of one or both of these programs, that push you to your limits and challenge your mind and body, can be really beneficial for a full-time student. Not only do these programs and their instructors push you to be the best you can be, but they give you the motivation to go to the gym every day if you can’t find that motivation on your...

Run For The Claus

Dec 16, '17

Run For The Claus was a 6km run (or 3.5 km walk) on December 3 in which the people of the Cowichan Valley dress as Santa Claus to support the Clement Centre Society. The Clement Centre is a non-profit that helps children and adults with special needs. It desires “a community in which all individuals are included, valued and celebrated.” Children,...

Piggy Left, Piggy Left!

Dec 14, '17

The U18 Cowichan Piggies Rugby team was comprised mostly by Brentwood students this fall and we had a hard, but successful, season. The team had some difficulty throughout the season due to injuries but this gave us the opportunity to play in different positions allowing us more playing experience and more knowledge about the game. Some weekends...

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