Kelvin High School is a public high school in Winnipeg, Manitoba. The school is located in the neighbourhood of River Heights. Kelvin teaches grades 9 to 12 and is part of the South District of the Winnipeg School Division.
On November 15, 2017, the WWHSHL’s Kelvin Clippers hosted a fundraising hockey game against the VMC Trojans at the River Heights arena. A packed crowd of students, family and fans helped to raise more than $600 in support of Kelvin’s Holiday Breakfast and Celebration. The proceeds will be directed to underprivileged children at Norquay School.
Head coach Bruce Sirrell says his team is proud to be a part of this special event and “when the spirit of the season meets the spirit of caring, great things happen as we discover that, together, we can make a difference.”
The Kelvin Holiday Breakfast and Celebration will be held on Dec. 8, 2017. It’s an annual tradition where hundreds of students and staff generously give their time supervising, running stations, cooking, cleaning, and managing the hundreds of young people involved in this event. Countless Kelvinites demonstrate the spirit of volunteerism, working together to fundraise and purchase a new toy for each child, contact local businesses for support, make decorations, bake hundreds of cookies, and sew stockings for their young guests. Kelvin is supporting Norquay School this year.
CTV Division 1: Congratulations Kelvin Clippers Martina Barclay, the WWHSHL CTV Division Player of the Week. Martina had an outstanding week, scoring 3 goals and an assist to help her team defeat the VMC Trojans 5-4 on Wednesday, and then she scored the only goal in a heart-breaking overtime loss Friday against the River East Kodiaks. Martina is currently the Clippers leading scorer with 12 points.
WFP Division 2: Congratulations Garden City Gophers Alyssa Both, the WWHSHL Winnipeg Free Press Division Player of the Week. Alyssa’s determination and outstanding performance led to a natural hat trick in her team’s 5-1 victory over the Westwood Warriors on Wednesday, and then two days later, she scored another 3 goals and an assist in her team’s 9-2 victory over the CSLR Renards. Alyssa is currently the Gopher’s leading scorer with 10 points.
CTV Division: Congratulations to Oak Park Raiders’ Dana Poulton for her play making skills this past week. Dana contributed a goal and an assist in her team’s loss to the St. Mary’s Flames; another assist in their loss against the Shaftesbury Titans; and then scored a huge goal to secure a tie in the nail biting week’s closing game against the Vincent Massey Trojans. Dana has 6 points for the season.
WFP Division: Congratulations to Kelvin Clippers’ Coco Diamond-Burchuk who has been on fire the past month. Coco turned up the jets against the Garden City Gophers scoring a goal in regulation time and then another in a thrilling 3-2 shoot out win. Coco is the leading team scorer with 15 points this season.
The College Jeanne Sauve Olympiens win the 2015-16 Championship Title, defeating the Kelvin Clippers in a nail-biting, fan-packed 1-0 CTV Division A final series game. In the final Championship Playoff series, the Olympiens won game one 4-1, and the Clippers tied up the series in game two with a score of 1-0. Due to the incredible talent and relentless effort of both teams, the final game remained scoreless until the third period, when the CJS Olympiens scored the game’s only goal. The Clippers managed several scoring chances and fought hard until the final buzzer sounded, but the Olympiens goal would go unanswered. The detailed game report, game commentary and stats will be published tomorrow.
Congratulations to the CJS Olympiens, the 2015-16 League Champions. And, congratulations to the Kelvin Clippers, the CTV Division A Finalists. Both teams will be honoured at the 20th Annual Excellence and Leadership Awards April 13, 2016. #wwhshl #hockey #ctvwinnipeg
CTV Division: Congratulations to the backbone of the Kelvin Clippers – Jaidyn Crosby, who was hot against the mighty St. Mary’s Flames, allowing only 3 goals in 3 games for the series and the win. Jaidyn stopped 18 shots in a heart-breaking 1-0 loss to the Flames. In game two, she stopped 16 shots as the Clippers eked out a 3-2 victory in over time. In the series final game, Jaidyn stopped all 22 shots for a shut-out in the 4-0 game 3 series win.
WFP Division: Congratulations to CSHC Huskies Annaliese Meier, a power forward who had 1 assist in their 3-2 over time loss to the Selkirk Royals in game 1; picked up a goal in game two, a 3-2 overtime win; and then scored the game winner in the series final 2-0 win. An inspiration for her team, Annaliese was quick, strong, won most of her draws, and never stopped skating full-out from start to finish in the series.
CTV Division: Congratulations to Kelvin Clippers’ Keyana Lee who displayed skill, determination and heart in helping her team defeat the Garden City Gophers in 2 straight opening round playoff games. In game one, Keyana scored all 3 goals in their 3-0 win, and three days later in a hard fought come-from-behind 6-4 victory, Keyana scored another 3 goals and chipped in with an assist.
WFP Division: Congratulations to Beliveau Barracudas’ Kennedee Hills, who was on fire in the first round of playoffs. In game one against the tough Glenlawn Lions, Kennedee set up her partner for the winning goal in a 2-1 overtime win. In game two, Kennedee came out flying, and in an awesome display of determination and persistence, she scored a hat-trick, securing the 4-2 win.
CTV Division: Congratulations to Kelvin Clippers’ Jaidyn Crosby, whose outstanding goaltending led her team to three huge wins in the last week of regular season. Jaidyn stopped 25 shots including 3 huge stops in a hard fought 2-1 win over the Shaftesbury Titans; stopped 23 shots in a 2-1 victory over the power house St. Mary’s Flames; and finished the week stopping 18 shots in a 5-1 win over the dangerous Oak Park Raiders.
WFP Division: Congratulations to Glenlawn Lions’ Emily Leonard, a fire forward, who showed prowess around the SJR Eagles’ net scoring 4 goals, one short handed, in their playoff ready 9-2 win over the tenacious Eagles.
Keyara Lea, the Kelvin Clippers’ power forward is on a hot streak. She scored 6 goals and 10 assists in 8 games in November; and currently leads the CTV Division in points, goals and assists. “Keyara is a real competitor” says Clippers’ Head Coach Sam Tougas. “She has obvious talents with great hands and great vision on the ice, and she works hard every shift. Keyara also shows off ice leadership. Always positive on the bench, she keeps spirits high with her light-hearted nature.” Congratulations Keyara!
CTV Division: Congratulations to power forward, Kelvin Clippers’ Keyanna Lea who contributed 3 goals and 2 helpers in her team’s win over the Oak Park Raiders this week. Keyanna used her back and fore checking skills to control the game from puck drop to final whistle.
WFP Division: Congratulations to Miles Mac Buckeyes’ Mikaela Robinson who scored 2 goals in her team’s crushing defeat of the CSHC Huskies. Mikaela also controlled the puck in her own zone and had several end to end rushes which led to their victory.
CTV Division: Congratulations to Kelvin Clippers’ captain Carlyn Allary, who dismantled the River East Kodiaks defensive lines through slick stick work, and secured her team’s 5-0 victory with hot hands, popping in 2 goals and 2 assists.
WFP Division: Congratulations to Miles Mac Buckeyes’ goalie Grace Fedirchuk, who stood tall and stopped some scintillating shots to defeat the Sanford Sabres 2-1, and who continued her prowess the next day, stopping 22 shots to help defeat the SJR Eagles 4-1.