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"All of the essays submitted showed that the future of hockey is in a great place and that what we are teaching our players is more than just hockey skills." “Respect in Sport is about providing a positive environment for all, so that hockey players can enjoy the game, and learn from the positive adult role models around them, like parents, coaches, and officials,” said Respect Group's Ontario Director Mark Allen.“Respect Group is very proud to support the OMHA Essay Contest and wants to thank every player who submitted an essay and also congratulate the five Finalists." Javier Martinez (Centre Wellington), Oscar Brown (Northumberland), Owen Munnings (Dunnville) and Ronin Walji (Unionville) were selected as the four finalists.
The contest was designed to engage players in an educational manner while encouraging them to express their thoughts on what life skills they learn from playing hockey.
Over 200 essays were submitted and the Ontario Minor Hockey Association in partnership with Respect in Sport want to thank everyone for their participation.
I am the goalie on our Minor Bantam AA team and being a goalie means that you are by yourself a lot of the time.
Having my teammates to celebrate big wins with and to even share losses with makes me really feel like part of the team. They congratulate me on big saves and I cheer for their beauty goals.
Based on the quality, creativity and passion demonstrated in their submission, five finalists were selected with one of them emerging as our grand prize winner.
Reece Northcutt of the Whitby Minor Hockey Association is this year’s winner who wrote about the importance of supporting teammates and representing his city.
For their tremendous writing abilities they will receive an OMHA prize pack.
Reece Northcutt - Whitby My name is Reece and I am a 10 year old goalie who plays rep hockey for the Whitby Wildcats.
Being part of a team means a lot of things and I would like to share what being a part of a team means to me.
The best part of belonging to a team is getting to hang out with your friends.