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Crykfest 2018

May 22, '18

Around a hundred students from various schools congregated on the Cowichan River on a rainy weekend in April. There, the students camped in tents, and cooked their own food. That entire weekend students pushed their comfort levels on and off the river. Henry S, Privett ‘20, says, “It was a great experience and I learned a lot about kayaking.” On...

Climb On!

May 20, '18

Outdoor rock climbing is perhaps one of the greatest examples of grit and joy that exists, and the students involved in Outdoor Pursuits had the opportunity to experience this on Saturday, May 12th. We travelled to an extraordinary and beautiful climbing bluff in Nanaimo, and were, as Hannah R, Mackenzie ‘18 put it, granted the “opportunity to...

Junior Girls Soccer Saga

May 18, '18

Ah, Junior Girls Soccer: the pageantry, the mystery, the intrigue. Where to begin? This year’s squad is so steeped in lore, so drenched in drama, it is hard to know just where to start. I could mention some of the many celebrities at our year end banquet, but that would seem like bravado. I could take you, reader, on a tour of our groaning trophy...

From Shawnigan Regatta to CSSRA

May 18, '18

Rowers are curious if things are winding up or down as the Shawnigan Lake School Regatta (SLSR) marks the last regatta before Nationals in St. Catharines, Ontario. This past weekend Brentwood entered fifty-two crews in this year’s SLSR regatta and rowed away with eight victories from the weekend. Winning the Sr Mens and Womens 4+, the Sr Mens 2x,...

Junior Boys BC Rugby 7s

May 17, '18

Soccer is 90 minutes of pretending you're hurt; rugby is 80 minutes of pretending you're not, and the invitation to the annual BC Boys Junior Rugby 7s tournament held in Vancouver tested every ounce of energy & grit within the team. Hosted by the AAAA St. George's, a select team of 12 players from Brentwood bused and ferried to the Mainland where...

Single Point Separates Colts

May 16, '18

The Junior Boys Rugby team suffered a devastating loss to SMUS after a grueling 60 minutes that tested the team physically and mentally. We brought intensity to the game straight off the blocks by scoring a series of early tries. Torren K, Privett ‘20 used his speed to break the line to score his first of four tries under the posts. We continued...

First Taste On The Water

May 12, '18

Trying new things creates a well rounded person with priceless experience and wisdom. Here at Brentwood, any student has the opportunity to participate in the beginners’ rowing program. Learn to Row is the perfect third term sport for those wanting to experience a less competitive version of our renowned rowing program. Clear waters and sunny...

Badminton or Bust

May 12, '18

Brentwood Badminton, although often forgotten, has played and won their first tournament this year! On Wednesday, May 9, the group of eleven travelled to Duncan Christian School to play against Brookes, Chemainus, and Duncan Christian. Our whole team put their game faces on and played to win. Our team flawlessly defeated Duncan Christian School -...

Junior Girls Soccer

May 10, '18

The Junior Girls Soccer team’s season sadly came to an end on May 1st. Right from the beginning, the girls worked hard. Having girls who were new to the sport and others who have played for many years, the team put their all into practice. Our humorously sceptical coach, Mr. Collis, was an accepting and patient teacher of the team while talking...

Opening Day Regatta

May 09, '18

Red Saturday is a very exciting day for Brentwood students. This year, for 18 rowers this Red Saturday weekend meant a lot more. The Varsity Women’s and Men’s Eights were given the opportunity to go to Seattle and race against the top US crews in the Pacific Northwest. At our Brentwood Regatta these two crews qualified as the fastest Canadian...

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