Introducing our Senior College House Captains for 2019

Sport at Cedars continues to grow and 2019 will see our sporting houses; Johnson, Deakin and Orton led by an outstanding group of young leaders, our new Senior College House Captains.

These students have been involved in a wide variety of sporting endeavours throughout their time at the College. They have demonstrated exceptional teamwork, character and attitude and these qualities have been recognised as attributes that will assist them within their role.

Let’s get to know our House Captains a little better:

Josh Hudson

What is your most memorable sporting achievement so far?

“My most memorable sporting achievement was winning my soccer Grand Final.” 

Favourite food:

“You can’t go past hot chips and gravy.”

What do you hope to bring your role?

“I really want to help people enjoy the carnivals and sport generally. To have fun and have a go.”

Sophie Jordan

What is your most memorable sporting achievement so far?

“When I played at the NSW State Netball with the Senior Team.”

Favourite food:

“I love pasta.”

What do you hope to bring your role?

“I want to encourage younger students to keep a positive attitude and always show sportsmanship on and off the field. I hope to be a role model that they can look up,  not only for sport, but Christian values and beliefs. I hope to show the younger students of Cedars that they are capable of all things through Christ.”

Jemma Corneteg

What is your most memorable sporting achievement so far?

“Competing at the Sydney Royal Easter show in equestrian events.”

Favorite food: 

“Mango”

What do you hope to bring your role?

“I want to encourage kids, even those who don’t find enjoyment in sport, to have a go and support the house. But most importantly, I hope that students have awesome times at the carnivals!”

Darcy Bartlett

What is your most memorable sporting achievement so far?

“I honestly loved winning the Year 6 State CSSA Basketball Tournament. It is always fun going up to the tournament and being with my mates and the other year groups cheering everyone on.”

Favourite food:

“Honey chicken every time.”

What do you hope to bring your role?

“I hope to create an atmosphere where everyone can just have fun and enjoy the events, representing their houses and having a go.”

Sam Kubala

What is your most memorable sporting achievement so far?

“My favourite sporting achievement has to be the first time I gave cross country a go at school when I was in Year 7 or 8 because it made me realise my potential as an athlete and the places you can go if you put in the effort towards something you love. It led me to always try my hardest and I ended up winning and getting Age Champion at school and zone and placing in races at state.”

Favourite food:

“I like eating pasta before my races because of the high level of carbohydrates in them.” 

What do you hope to bring your role?

“I hope that I can motivate and inspire the next generation to try their best and give things a go even if they might not be the best at it. I hope that everyone can be the best they can be and fulfil their true potential as well as having lots of fun. I also hope that I can be a good role model to everyone and that there can be good sportsmanship between everybody.”

Sarah Van Vreumingen

What is your most memorable sporting achievement so far?

“When I played at the NSW State Netball Cup representing the Cedars senior team.”

Favourite food:

“Cheese, anything and everything to do with cheese.”

What do you hope to bring your role?

“I want to encourage younger athletes to pursue a positive attitude and show sportsmanship in everything they do, on and off the court/field. I hope to not only lead them in sport but also to be a role model who they can look up to for encouragement in their faith and walk with God.”