The Creed

Ten Time European Gold Medalist, Two Time Olympic Heartbreak

David Guo, Junior Photographer & Videographer

February 16, 2018


Filed under News, Sports, What's Trending

After Elise Christie’s heart was torn apart at the Winter Olympics in Sochi four years ago, it took her almost two years to stop torturing herself about missing out on a medal. This time she only has four days. And while Britain’s best hope for gold in PyeongChang desperately tried to sound che...

Dear Sports Franchises, It’s About Time.

Samuel Chen, Staff Writer

February 14, 2018


Filed under News, Opinions, Sports, What's Trending

  Recently, the Cleveland Indians announced that their infamous Chief Wahoo logo - a smiling cartoon of an indigenous chief - is going to be retired in the upcoming 2019 baseball season. This action finally takes place after decades of disagreement, protests, and backlash. Though many news anch...

From the Slopes

From the Slopes

Ben Steiner, Chief Cheese Shredder and Historian

December 14, 2017


Filed under Showcase, Sports

The St. George's Ski and Snowboard team took part in their first race of the 2017-18 ski season on Sunday December 13. After a tough tryout, the ski team consisted of the remaining 24 skiers as well as seven snowboarders. Led by last Years provincial team members Mathew Ng, Quinton Malec and Ben Steiner;...

From Downtown: Side-line Report on the Battle of Harker Hall 2017

From Downtown: Side-line Report on the Battle of Harker Hall 2017

Christopher Ma, Staff Writer

December 13, 2017


Filed under Residential Life, Showcase, Sports

There are many rivalries in this world. Edmonton Oilers and Calgary Flames, Marvel and DC, Naruto and Sasuke, and Mayweather and Mcgregor. However, on Wednesday, December 6th, 2017, all rivalries took a backseat to that between the house parents and students of Harker Hall in their 8th annual Battle of H...

Varsity Soccer Advances to Provincials

Varsity Soccer Advances to Provincials

Noah Strang and Ryan Sangha

November 20, 2017


Filed under Showcase, Sports

Varsity Soccer has advanced to Provincials with a few big wins in the lower mainland finals. After beating Kitsilano in a very close semi-final, St Georges destroyed McMath 5-0 in the lower mainland, guaranteeing themselves a high seed for the Provincial tournament. After a heart-breaking loss in the sem...

Varsity Basketball Season Preview

Varsity Basketball Season Preview

Louis Sujir, Staff Writer

November 16, 2017


Filed under Showcase, Sports

The 2017/2018 Saints Varsity basketball season is just around the corner and here’s an inside look on what to look out for this season. Saints comes into the season ranked as an honourable mention in the Preseason top 10 after finishing 8th in Provincials last year. They graduated eight seniors so...

Should College Athletes Get Paid: A Student Perspective on the Controversy

Should College Athletes Get Paid: A Student Perspective on the Controversy

David Guo, Staff Writer

November 14, 2017


Filed under Opinions, Sports, What's Trending

The NCAA’s relationship with college athletes has always been rooted in bitter hypocrisies, with its routine scandals over the years sounding almost quaint; coming, as they do, from a billion-dollar non-profit organization whose majority of players “live under the poverty line.” Nevertheless, people all around the world – students, alumni, and left-wing politicians ...

Varsity Volleyball: Boys Take Home Gold for the 5th Consecutive Year

Varsity Volleyball: Boys Take Home Gold for the 5th Consecutive Year

Samuel Chen, Staff Write

October 30, 2017


Filed under News, Showcase, Sports

On Friday, the Varsity Volleyball boys competed at the annual Independent Schools Association (ISA) tournament hosted at Mulgrave. The Saints varsity volleyball team has won this one-day tournament for the past four years and looked to continue their winning tradition. The boys were off to a stron...

An Unfortunate Loss Starts off an Ambitious Year for the St. George’s 1st XVs

An Unfortunate Loss Starts off an Ambitious Year for the St. George’s 1st XVs

David Guo, Staff Writer

October 27, 2017


Filed under News, Sports

St. George’s School Rugby has had a long tradition of starting off small and climbing slowly upwards– perhaps this year will be no different, with the 1st XV's’ first game at home earlier this Friday. In the first half of the match, Saints surprised their opposition – Trent College – with their...

Saints-VC Playoff Series

Aden Gill and Louis Sujir

October 26, 2017


Filed under Showcase, Sports

The classic rivalry between St. Georges versus Vancouver College has kicked off again with Varsity Soccer. The two schools played two games against each other as they fought for a spot in the Vancouver Schools Championship; the first on October 23rd and the second on October 25th. The first game, being...