Sunday, March 6, 2016

They did it!

The Huskies are the 2016 NBIAA Southern Conference Champions!  Brayden scored the only goal in the game and Jarrett recorded the shut-out.  Accomplishing such a task with a young team bodes well for the future of Hampton High School hockey.  Keep training smartly, Rylan, Jarrett, Brayden, Brady, Josh, and Rowan.
Champions Brady, Rowan, Rylan, Josh, Brady and Jarrett make up the core of the the grade 10 players.

Friday, March 4, 2016

NBIAA Hockey

In boys hockey, the Hampton High School Huskies are off to the Southern Conference Finals after sweeping the SSHS Spartans.  Good luck to Proto S&C athletes Josh, Jarrett, Rylan, Rowan, Brayden, and Brady.

At the NBIAA Awards Banquet, Rylan and Jarrett were both named to the all-star team, with Jarret being named the Goalie of the year.  Way to go guys!

Monday, November 16, 2015

PROTOg├ęs are Provincial Champs!

Congratulations to Coach Cliff, Coach Marcus, Rylan and of course, Coach Cory, all former or current Proto Strength & Conditioning athletes who won the NBIAA 10-Man Football Provincial Championships on the weekend!

Tuesday, November 10, 2015

HHS Huskies Roster Loaded Proto Hockey Players

Congratulations to Jarrett, Rylan, Josh, Braden, Brady, and Rowan for making the HHS Huskies Hockey Team!

Sunday, November 1, 2015

Big Week for Protog├ęs

In CIS action, Mike had a fumble recovery helping his Mount Allison Mounties to an enormous win over St. Mary's Huskies.

In NBIAA football, Rylan returned a 90yd kick-off for a touchdown!

And Jarrett, finished top 10 in the NBIAA provincial cross country championships.

Tuesday, May 26, 2015

Emily At The Top

Congratulations to Proto athlete Emily on winning nearly every eligible award at the Hampton High School Awards Night.

Emily also accepted a full scholarship to Mount St. Vincent University where she will be a member of the volleyball team.

Thursday, January 22, 2015

Jeux Canada Games Team NB

Congratulations to Proto athletes Ian and Cameron on making the alpine ski team which will be representing New Brunswick next month at the Canada Games in Prince George.

They've trained hard over the past couple of years, and made drastic improvements in their strength, power and control.  So far this season, they've been racing well, and I'm expecting them to put up some excellent race times in the GS.  Slalom is an event where they typically perform well and the Canada Games should be no different.   I'm anticipating Ian and Cameron to surprise a lot of the competition in the the Super G.  Traditionally, maritimers to do not do well in this event as there aren't any hills in the region that are big enough to support a Super G course.  To overcome this, these skiers along with the New Brunswick team, have traveled to some larger hills and participated training camps there.  It is because of this quality practice coupled with the specific training we've been doing in the weight room that I expect both Ian and Cameron to do well in the event.

Make us proud, guys!