COMOX VALLEY MINOR Hockey Association president Dave Schultz presents Quintin Lennox with a 2013 Vancouver Island Amateur Hockey Association scholarship.

Lennox earns VIHA scholarship

Graduating CVMHA Midget Tier 1 d-man one of three recipients

Graduating Midget Tier 1 defenceman Quintin Lennox, a Grade 12 student at G.P. Vanier Secondary School, recently received the 2013 Vancouver Island Amateur Hockey Association scholarship from Dave Schultz, President of CVMHA.

Lennox was one of three recipients of the award that is presented each year to graduating minor hockey players from Vancouver Island and Powell River to help support the pursuit of their educational goals.

The selection of this award was based on Lennox’s dedication to hockey, participation as a volunteer, contribution to the community and scholastic ability.

Comox Valley Minor Hockey Association registration for the upcoming season is ongoing at Happy’s Source for Sports in downtown Courtenay.

– Comox Valley Minor Hockey Association


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