Monday, May 29, 2017

Outdoor Track & Field

Following a day and a half of competition, the KPAC Outdoor Track & Field championships have come to a close. As such, 4 new team champions were crowned and a number of KPAC athletes will be moving on to compete against the best track & field athletes Manitoba high schools have to offer.
Particular congratulations go out to the team winners - Garden City Collegiate who captured the JV girls, JV boys, and Varsity Boys banners and the Varsity Girls from Miles MacDonell Collegiate who proved they were "Buck Enough" in winning the varsity girls' team banner.
Congratulations to all athletes who competed.
Best of luck to all those that are moving on to the MHSAA provincial championships, June 8th-10th at the University of Manitoba's, Pan Am stadium.

Thursday, May 25, 2017

Soccer Champions

Congratulations to the girls and boys soccer teams from Garden City Collegiate who captured the KPAC zone championship and are moving on to represent us at the MHSAA Provincial Soccer Championships, June 2nd & 3rd in Portage la Prairie.
Good luck Fighting Gophers!

Tuesday, September 13, 2016

Welcome Back!

We would like to extend a warm welcome to athletes, coaches, officials, teacher supervisors, parents, and all others who will be involved in the upcoming interscholastic competition season. We at KPAC hope that the experiences therein are ones that foster the development of fair and equitable competition, thereby leaving a lasting positive impression on all those involved.
We also want to take a moment to remind all athletes and coaches that much work has gone into the development of these competitive opportunities, from organization of schedules, to acquisition of facilities and officials, so it is up to all those involved in said competition to become well versed in the rules, both local and organizational, as well as the expectations outlined in the KPAC constitution and the MHSAA handbook.
- All the best in the upcoming year!

Monday, February 9, 2015

MHSAA Transfer Rule
  As of September 2015 any students transferring schools will be required to "sit out" a year of sport eligibility, per the new MHSAA transfer rule.
The rule was put into place to discourage students from transferring schools for athletic purposes only.
For more details on this rule, you can check out .....