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Soccer: Senior Boys record a road win

Sep 26, '08

The senior boys soccer team started the 2008 regular season by travelling to Cedar and finishing with a win in a high scoring affair. Alex Carr opening his scoring account by heading in a fine cross from Jasper Gill. Jaemok Lee blasted in a goal inside the eighteen, while Wam Huis in 't Veld notched a hat-trick. The match became...

Senior Soccer: boys place well at ISA tournament

Sep 20, '08

On the final day of the tournament, the team finished 2nd in their 5-team pool on the strength of a 5-1 win over a Shawnigan Lake School "B" side. Playing some fluid soccer, the team enjoyed a hat-trick contribution from Jaemok Lee, and singles from Paul Bosco and Nick Philippson. The 3rd-4th place deciding game saw Brentwood on...

Senior Soccer Boys start the 2008 campaign

Sep 19, '08

The senior boys soccer team travelled to SMU on Friday to participate in the annual ISA soccer tournament. In the first match, West Point Gray proved to be a worthy opponent, and the score was tied 0-0 at the end of regular time. The ensuing shootout, however, saw Brentwood emerge as winners. In the second match against Southpoint, the...

1st X1 Field Hockey team in the final of the Friendship Cup

Sep 19, '08

This past weekend, Brentwood hosted eight of the top teams on the Island at the 9th annual “Friendship Cup” Tournament. During pool play, Brentwood finished at the top, undefeated, with convincing wins of 7-1 over Frances Kelsey, 5-0 over Vic High, and 3-0 over powerhouse Mt. Doug. Strong leadership was shown on and off the pitch by Mary Nielsen...

Junior A Girls Volleyball Silver Winners

Sep 15, '08

At the weekend, the Junior A Girls volleyball team headed to the Vancouver Island University (formerly Malaspina College) 16-team junior high school volleyball tournament. The girls started the round-robin play with a match against Brooks from Powell River, winning the first game 25-21, but losing the second (29-27) as Brooks fought back. ...

Junior Rugby Kicking Off the Season

Sep 15, '08

This coming Saturday will see the junior rugby program begin the ISA season with the Junior Colts traveling to St. Michaels University School for their annual rugby jamboree. The schedule of games for the Grade 9 Brentwood boys will be as follows:
   10 a.m. Brentwood College School 'A' v SMUS 'A'
   11 a.m....

Senior Volleyball team off to a promising start

Sep 14, '08

It is the volleyball season once again and our senior girls finished with a bronze this past weekend in the 'B' tier of the prestigious SFU high school tournament. With 56 teams competing, Brentwood finished in the top half of the tournament after a slow start on the first day of round robin play.  The team lost their first match...

Crews to race at the Head of the Charles in October

Sep 07, '08

On Friday afternoon the school received notification that our three entries for the Head of the Charles had been accepted. The senior boys and girls eights and the senior boys four will be racing on the Charles River on Sunday 19th October in Boston, the first time that Brentwood has entered crews in this regatta. The Head of...

Rugby girls win medals this summer

Aug 27, '08

While the rest of us have been enjoying a warm restful summer, a number of our girls rugby team have been training hard with various rep rugby teams. All of them competed well and earned medals in their competitions. In early July, Lenutsa Reid and Denise Cheung won starting spots on the Island U-19 team (the Crimson Tide), coached by Brentonians...

Malcolm Howard wins Olympic Gold Medal

Aug 26, '08

Malcolm Howard (Class of 2001) was a member of the Canadian Men's eight that flew down the 2000 meter course this morning in a time of 5:23 to win the gold medal at the Beijing Olympic Games. Malcolm, sitting in five seat, in his first Olympic Games, crossed the line ahead of the silver medalists from Great Britain and the bronze...

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