Vincent Massey is a dynamic and vibrant high-school hosting over 1300 students in the Pembina Trails School Division, located in Fort Garry, Winnipeg. At Massey, we are dedicated to meeting the needs and developing the heart, mind and body of young people! At Massey, we believe that learning is best achieved when challenge, passion, and support exist in all of our programs. Our girls hockey program is one of many sport programs offered at Vincent Massey. Within the girls hockey program, we strive to give our girls the best possible hockey experience while participating in the Winnipeg Women’s High School Hockey League, out-of-town tournaments and off-ice team activities.
CTV Division: Congratulations VMC Trojans’ Leah Hibbert, a power forward who helped her team to a 4-1 win over the CLC Scorpions by showing great leadership and class throughout the game. Leah made a marvelous play to set up the game’s first goal followed by scoring the short-handed, game winning goal midway through the 2nd period.
WFP Division: Congratulations CSHC Huskies’ Annaliese Meier, who had a monster week, scoring 5 goals and 2 helpers in her team’s victory over the SJR Eagles and finished off the week scoring 3 goals and adding 4 assists in their victory over the West Kildonan Wolverines.
CTV Division: Congratulations to VMC Trojans’ Korianna Soroka who personified fire on ice this week helping her team defeat the CSHC Huskies 7-2. Korianna scored two goals, and her never ending power skating created several turnovers and many other scoring opportunities.
WFP Division: Congratulations to PCI Saints Kylee Nelson, who was on top of her game as she scored 2 goals and added an assist in helping her team beat the Shaftesbury Titans 6-3. Kylee was also instrumental in her teams 3-1 victory over the Miles Mac Buckeyes with her ferocious back and fore checking.
CTV Division A: Congratulations to VMC Trojans’ Ally Kropp, who despite the teams 1-2 lossto the Dakota Lancers, stopped 29 of 30 shots and one shoot-out attempt tokeep VMC in the game all the way to the end.
Winnipeg Free Press Division B: Congratulations to Beliveau Barracudas’ Vanessa Ronald, who stopped 17 of 18 shots to lead her team to a 3 -1 victory over the Shaftesbury Titans.
CTV Division A Congratulations to VMC Trojan’s Shyan Elias (#10) who played with a lot of heart scoring 1 goal and an assist in her team’s 3-5 loss to the West Kildonan Wolverines. Shyan also scored 2 goals and an assist in her team’s later 6-3 win over the Sanford Sabres for a total of 7 points to date this season.
Winnipeg Free Press Division B Congratulations to St. Norbert Celtics’ Sydney Parker (#9) who racked up the goals this week, scoring 2 goals and an assist in her team’s 4-1 win over the Beliveau Barracudas and 2 more goals and an assist in her team’s 5-2 win over the CJS Olympiens, for a total of 13 points to date this season.
CTV Division A Congratulations to Vincent Massey’s # 10 Shyan Elias who was on fire as she battled hard, scoring her team’s lone goal in a thrilling loss to 2:1 loss to CJS. The next day, Shyan was instrumental in her team’s 3 to 3 tie against Oak Park, scoring 1 goal and assisting on 2 others.
Winnipeg Free Press Division B Congratulations to the Lorette Scorpions’ # 8 Kendall Smith, whose contributions both offensively and defensively led to a 1 – 0 victory against the SJR Eagles, despite playing with only 8 skaters.
CTV Division A Congratulations to Brinn Gilrie of the Vincent Massey Trojans who backboned her team to a thrilling 1-0 win over the Lord Selkirk Royals. She was brilliant in the third period stopping all 13 shots and made some key saves as the period ended.
Winnipeg Free Press Division B Congratulations to Kaitlyn Bodnarchuk of the SJR Eagles as they battled the Sturgeon Heights Huskies to a 1-1 tie. Kaitlyn scored the Eagles only goal, fore-checked relentlessly and moved the puck with authority.
CTV Division: Courtney Zajac #16, Vincent Massey Trojans, was instrumental in helping her team beat the PCI Saints by a score of 5-0. She worked hard continuously throughout the game and never stopped skating until the final whistle.
Winnipeg Free Press Division: FRC was losing 4-2 mid way through the second period until Jessica Kaminsky #8 took over, scoring 4 goals and assisting on 3 others to lead Fort Richmond Collegiate to a 11-4 win over the John Taylor Pipers.