First ever DJ Hancock Teacher versus Student game nets a win for the kids
In photo: Braedan Hanna, Teacher Mr. Steve Villeneuve, Principal Laura Kuzenko and Anthony Cimino jostle for the puck.

February 27, 2018 - Students at St. Benedict Catholic School wanted to remember DJ Hancock.
Hancock was a graduate from the St. Benedict class of 2014 and his first passion was hockey.

Today, the student council organized the first-ever teacher versus student buyout ball hockey game to remember DJ.DJ was killed by a drunk driver in 2014 and his family works closely with Mothersí Against Drunk Driving (or MADD). 814 dollars was raised by students who attended the buyout.

The teachers put on a lot of pressure at the start of the game, but that fizzled and the student team grabbed a 2-1 win.



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