I can’t believe the four years of representing the Shield is finally over. I always knew it was going to come to an end but I never thought it was going to be over this fast. Playing for the Shield for the past four years was the best thing that I have ever been apart of. Even though we didn’t accomplish our final goal in the end, I would still take this team and coaching staff any day. We overcame obstacles that seemed nearly impossible but we did it. Coach Laps, thanks for making me-and everyone on this team-not only a better hockey player but also a better person in general. Thank you for turning me into the man I am today. Even though some of your practices made me want to scream and probably hate you for that practice, I still have the utmost respect for you. Coach Roons, you didn’t say much, but when you did it was always motivating and something that kept this team together. Thank you for everything you did for me this year and last year. You were like another of the guys and will always be thankful for what you did for us. Fr. Winkels, I first wanna say sorry for everything you have ever heard me say. Hahaha. Thank you for being there for me and the team through everything. You really were an inspiration to me because you have been around this program for awhile and you have seen it at your highest point so I always wanted to make sure I tried to play to my best. Now Coach Tony. Coach, I first want to thank you for teaching me how to skate. You have been my coach for pretty much my whole hockey career. We have won championships, we have gone through tough losses. Me and you have been through it all and there isn’t any other coach I would want leading me. Thank you for always having my back and being that guy I could count on for anything. And finally a big thank you to Tony McCormick for everything you have done for me and this team. All the bumps, concussions, and broken bones you had to deal with. Thank you. To my parents and the parents sitting here today, thank you for everything you guys have sacrificed for us to play this game. I don’t think I will ever be able to repay you guys for everything you have sacrificed. Hockey has shaped me into the person I am today and--No, Casey--not shaped as in the back brace--haha. I will forever be happy to call myself a Fenwick Hockey Player. Thank you.
With the largest crowd to ever watch a women’s game at Kreitzberg Arena on hand, the Cadets score with just under two minutes left in regulation, and the host Norwich University Cadets beat the Elmira College Soaring Eagles 2-1 to win the 2018 NCAA Division III Ice Hockey Championship.
Fenwick Alumni, Maggie Conroy ('15) captures the NCAA DIII 2018 National Championship as a junior on the Norwich University (27-1-3) women's hockey team.
The Chicago Blackhawks Alumni Association has selected Fenwick Girls goalie, Lena Flores, as a member of the 2017-18 Blackhawks Alumni All Star team! Various varsity coaches and members of the alumni select the team which is based on outstanding performance throughout the 2017-18 season. They choose a boys’ and a girls’ team; each consisting of three forwards, two defensemen and one goalie.
2017-2018 Spirit Wear--Contact Nikki Bertucaemail@example.com
Seven Fenwick Girls Hockey players were named to the 2018 AHAI Girls High School All-State Team! Those getting the nod include:
In addition, Mason Strom, head coach of the Fenwick girls’ team was invited to coach the All State game for the first time. This represents the largest squad from Fenwick ever participating in the event.
The game will be held at the AHAI Hockey Center in Bensenville (735 E. Jefferson St.) on Monday, February 12, 2018 beginning at 6:40 PM.
Come out and cheer on the girls!
Congratulations to Fenwick's
Coach Valdes was also selected as one of the coaches for the All-Star Game!!
2017 Alumni Game
Our Fr. Winkels at Teacher Appreciation Night
FENWICK TEACHERS @ TEACHER APPRECIATION NIGHT
VARSITY PLAYERS IN JAMESTOWN, NY FOR THE NISS
Congratulations to Fenwick Hockey's NHS Inductees: Liam Collins, Thomas Clancy, Will Dunleavy, Justin Wakely, Casey McCormick & Ava Gawley. Membership is based on Scholarship, Leadership, Service and Character.
Fenwick Hockey Volunteers at the OPRF Makin' Tracks 5K Event
$20 Kit Includes:
Checks payable to "FHS Hockey"
Contact Wendy Fleming at firstname.lastname@example.org
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