Pacific Coast Amateur Hockey Association scholarship winner Logan Hansom. (Facebook photo)

Chilliwack Minor Hockey’s Logan Hansom snares scholarship from PCAHA

The Pacific Coast Amateur Hockey Association gave its top scholarship to the Chilliwack teenager

The Pacific Coast Amateur Hockey Association handed out its annual scholarship awards, with a Chilliwack Minor Hockey player among the big winners.

Logan Hansom received his award virtually as PCAHA recognized him in a Zoom call Aug. 12.

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Twenty three minor hockey players in the midget/juvenile age groups were highlighted. A PCAHA selection committee weighed applications and placed special emphasis on academic achievement and good school and community participation.

According to an email from the PCAHA, Hansom’s $3,000 scholarship was the highest dollar value available, “awarded to the outstanding applicant to the PCAHA Scholarship Program.”


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