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U19 Team 3 Yellow
U19 Team 2 Teal
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30
07:15 PM
U19 Team 4 White
U19 Team 1 Black
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U8 Team 2 Teal
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01
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U8 Team 4 Yellow
U8 Team 1 Black
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U10 Team 4 Yellow
U10 Team 3 Pink
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01
10:15 AM
U10 Team 5 Teal
U10 Team 2 White
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01
10:15 AM
U10 Team 1 Black
U10 Team 6 Orange
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01
10:15 AM
U12 Team 5 Black
U12 Team 7 Yellow
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03:30 PM
U12 Team 3 Green
U12 Team 2 Pink
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01
04:30 PM
U14 Team 1 Black
U14 Team 6 Orange
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May
26
12:30 PM
U12 Team 3 Green
U12 Team 5 Black
10
2
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May
26
02:00 PM
U12 Team 2 Pink
U12 Team 6 Teal
5
3
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May
26
04:00 PM
U12 Team 1 Orange
U12 Team 4 Blue
2
5
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May
26
04:30 PM
U14 Team 6 Orange
U14 Team 3 White
7
2
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May
26
04:30 PM
U14 Team 5 Pink
U14 Team 4 Yellow
2
2
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May
26
05:30 PM
U14 Team 1 Black
U14 Team 2 Teal
6
5
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May
26
06:15 PM
U16 Team 4 Teal
U16 Team 3 White
13
9
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May
26
06:15 PM
U16 Team 5 Black
U16 Team 2 Orange
8
4
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May
26
07:45 PM
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U19 Team 3 Yellow
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26
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3

Support Mental Health




Support mental health by participating in ‘Buddy Check for Jesse’, a program created in memory of Jesse Short-Gershman. Buddy Check for Jesse was developed for Coaches to deliver to their teams. It began with Jesse’s dad, Dr. Stu Gershman, wanting to help his other two boys feel supported and to make their teammates know how important mental health is.

Stu believes that Coaches are in a unique position to share a message to help raise awareness about mental health issues in their youth participants. Coaches are respected by their players and the players can benefit knowing that their coaches care about them. The idea is to create an environment where teammates support one another and are more aware of potential mental health issues so they are prepared to step in with support when they see a teammate, friend or family member struggling.

Stu’s goal is to destigmatize mental health challenges and to empower and encourage youth and young adults to support one another. He believes that it is our youth that can help change the future and promote kindness, compassion, and tolerance in our communities. Hopefully this will allow more individuals to come forward and receive the help that exists. Only then will our poor statistics and stigmatization of mental health challenges/illnesses be impacted in a meaningful way. 

Buddy Check for Jesse provides resources (cards, posters, coaches chat ideas) to help Coaches share this important message with their teams. 

Jesse’s family hopes that through creating this program in his honour, it will lead to a healthier, more tolerant and compassionate outlook for our youth as they move forward in our communities.

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