MOUNT FOREST – Mount Forest Patriots defenceman Cameron Lytle is one among eight Ontario Hockey Affiliation (OHA) members chosen to obtain a $6,000 bursary from the Diary Farmers of Ontario (DFO) towards their post-secondary training.
Chosen athletes show management in constructing sturdy and wholesome communities, exhibit excessive acedemic achievement and have a dedication and keenness for hockey, states a press launch.
DFO CEO Cheryl Smith said, “We’re proud to accomplice with OHA to acknowledge these eight student-athletes who exemplify a robust dedication to highschool and sport.”
OHA CEO David Leger said, “We perceive that whereas the gamers are taking part in our packages that in lots of instances, they’re additionally balancing the educational calls for for his or her future.
“The bursary program aligns with the OHA function to develop people and communities by means of hockey and our gamers will profit immensely from this bursary program and partnership,” Leger added.