The Timothy Knights were the 2013 winners
of the Founders’ Cup.
Back row (left to right): Cam Cochrane, coach John Van Dyke, John
Arrizza, Christopher Veenstra, Mitch Delange, Dustyn Veenstra, Nick
Selkirk, Tyler Huitema, Aaron Long, Jonathon VanSchubert, coach/teacher
Paul Bierman, coach Joe Cochrane and coach
Middle Row: Ryan Stegeman, Matthew Kiss, Connor Van Dyke, Mark deLange,
Luke Van Rooyen, Jakeb Huitema
Front Row: Tyler Zylstra, Zack
9 Christian Schools Lace Up their
Christian School (TCS) hockey team, the Timothy Knights,
hosted the Founders' Cup, the school's annual hockey tournament, on
Feb. 4. Nine teams from area Christian schools — Alliston,
Barrie, Burlington, Hamilton, Jordan, Oshawa, Peterborough, Stouffville,
and Trenton — laced up their skates for a day of hockey beginning
at 8 a.m. The
day ended with a tie between Stouffville and the host team. After
a nail-biting shootout of 10 rounds, Timothy Knights' defenceman,
Jakeb Huitema, scored the winning goal.
The Founders’ Cup is a hockey tournament named in honour of
Timothy Christian School’s founding board members.
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