Logan Hunter

Logan Hunter “Youth Leadership” Award

The Logan Hunter Youth Leadership Scholarship will be awarded annually to a player who demonstrates the desire and commitment to becoming a great athlete and a positive leader in the community. The criteria for this award are as follows:

    1. A student in the last year of his or her high school program at any Paul Kane High School – currently referred to as a “Grade 12 Student:”
    2. The Student:
    3. Has demonstrated:

i. Excellence in his or her participation in hockey for more than 2 years
ii. Character, teamsmanship and respect for coaches.
iii. Support and involvement of youth through volunteer and/or teaching opportunities.

    • Must have maintained an academic standing of 70% or more throughout high school
    • A commitment and dedication to sports training and/or excellence in personal fitness for participating in sports.

3. Applicants must submit all of the following:

  • A short essay or video message (maximum of 5 minutes) demonstrating how they meet the above noted paragraphs 1 and 2 of this criteria
  • A letter of reference from a coach or assistant coach of one of more of the hockey teams on which the student participates
  • A copy of the applicant’s high school transcript.

Background: Logan Hunter was a strong character team player who was destined in life to serve others. Logan enjoyed helping young people whether as a volunteer or a coach. Logan had aspirations to be a teacher.

Logan’s commitment and work ethic during the off-season proved valuable to his success as a hockey player. Logan enjoyed being around other like-minded and dedicated athletes and hence many friendships were formed.

Logan took great pride in knowing that he was physically and mentally ready for the challenges of Junior A Hockey.

The Logan Hunter Youth Leadership Scholarship will be awarded annually to a player who demonstrates the desire and commitment to becoming a great athlete and a positive leader in the community.

To apply for this scholarship/award consult your high school counselor.