The Creed

Saints Table Tennis takes 2nd at Provincials

Saints Table Tennis takes 2nd at Provincials

Matthew Chen, Staff Writer

April 15, 2019

SURREY - On February 22nd and 23rd,  The St. George’s table tennis team traveled to Semiahmoo Secondary School to compete in the annual B.C Secondary School Provincial Championships.  It was an extremely competitive environment with over 20 schools from across B.C and having come up short last year,...

St. Georges Brings Home Gold

St. Georges Brings Home Gold

Brian Kim, Staff Writer

November 7, 2018

VANCOUVER -The St. George’s varsity soccer team travelled to New Brunswick on October. 8th to compete in the annual CAIS tournament. It was an extremely competitive environment as every team wanted to bring home the national title; however, Saints came out victorious. In the end, Saint’s midfielder...

Saints Varsity battle hard, but lose gold to St. Michael’s in close ISAA volleyball finals.

The team celebrates a point in their round robin match against Brockton.

Matthew Chen, Staff Writer

November 1, 2018

  VANCOUVER - The top 5 senior volleyball teams from independent schools from across B.C travelled to St. George’s School to compete for the gold in the annual ISAA Senior Volleyball tournament.  Unfortunately, after a well played round robin series, the three-time defending champions St....

Saints Hockey Begins Season

Saints Hockey Begins Season

Ben Steiner, Editor-In-Chief

September 23, 2018

It was opening weekend for the Saint’s Bantam Prep hockey program, as they welcomed two divisional rivals to Thunderbird Arena over the weekend. This year the bantam prep squad is coached by former NHL players the Santorelli Brothers, as well as Mike Nardi and Mike Anderson. The name Santorelli may sound familiar to many hockey fans in Vancouver, and that is becau...

10 “A” Defeats King David

Coach Tweedle addresses the team at half-time.

Brian Kim, Staff Writer

September 21, 2018

The St. Georges 10  “A” soccer team took on King David Highschool last Friday. It was a highly tempered affair but Saints came out victorious in the end. Coming off of a 7-0 lost to WPGA, Saints desperately needed the three points. It was a rough start to the season and being shutout was yet another...

Co Ed Sports At Saints

Ryan Sangha

June 4, 2018

At St. George’s, co ed sports are becoming increasingly popular. These sports include: tennis, ultimate, gold, water polo and swimming. Some people say that it is very strange to have co ed sports at an all male school; however, many of the students seem to enjoy them and are becoming more popular e...

Superstitious Saints

Saints soccer supporters showing off their posters

Louis Sujir and Noah Strang

June 1, 2018

St. George's is home to a rich athletic culture and history. Saints has been a powerhouse in BC for many years and as such is home to many traditions and rituals. Rituals are important for teams but can be even more so for individuals. Many athletes at Saints have their own unique and strange rituals...

Lee on Rivalry: It’s All Just a Part of the Game

Vancouver College at St. George's School

David Guo, Junior Photographer

May 31, 2018

The cameras click on, the parents pack the neighbourhood full with SUVs, and the kids rush into the gymnasium hoping for a front row view of Vancouver’s own March Madness. There’s no denying it: the season is upon us. The two way rivalry between St. George’s School and Vancouver College has...

Ultimate Team Competes With Northwests Best at Spring Reign

Grade 12 Yoshi Matsubara focusing in as he catches the disc

Louis Sujir and Noah Strang

May 7, 2018

On April 27th the Tight Sr. A Ultimate team traveled down to Burlington, Washington to compete in one of the biggest ultimate tournaments in the world, Spring Reign. The team consists of 12 Saints boys and 10 York House girls. The trip was Friday to Sunday and the games started early Saturday morning. ...

Saints Falls Short at the ISA Golf Tournament

Tony Li, Staff Writer

April 27, 2018

On April 22nd and April 23rd, the St. George’s golf team competed in the Independent Schools Association (ISA) golf tournament held at Cordova Bay Golf Course and Pacific Highlands Golf Course. The boys faced tough competition and came home with a 2nd place finish. The ISA is established in the...