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Seaton’s vs Wedd’s: Golden Stick Hockey Championship

For over 40 years there’s been an annual hockey game between the two boarding houses to determine House Hockey bragging rights for the next 12 months. An old, worn-out goalie stick is the symbolic trophy that will be placed on the fireplace mantle in Seaton’s, until the teams battle again in the spring of 2020.

After a hard fought battle last Sunday evening, the game was forced into an overtime shootout to determine the victor. Players on both teams and supportive fans in the stands are all to be congratulated for adding a successful chapter in House Hockey bragging rights that will be debated at 25- and 50-year reunions many moons down the road.

Golden Stick – Jamie Edelist stating the rush

Golden Stick – Seaton’s vs. Wedd’s

Golden Stick- Danny Foote coaching with iron fist

Golden Stick- Guclu Can supporting Seaton’s from the bench

Golden Stick- Jamie Edelist & Nick De Chazal on a line change

Golden Stick- SEATON’S Champions

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Legend

Blue: Whole School
Yellow: Upper School
Red: Prep School

 


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