Minor Hockey hands out awards

The following were the recipients of awards presented during Clearwater Minor Hockey's annual wind-up banquet

Nissa McGill receives the Volunteer of the Year award from Clearwater Minor Hockey president Hans Wadlegger during the associations' awards banquet on April 3.

The following were the recipients of awards presented during Clearwater Minor Hockey’s annual wind-up banquet. The event was held on Thursday evening, April 3 in the curling rink at the Sportsplex.

Pre-novice: best all round, Cleo Coates; hardest worker, Cole Dulaba; sportsmanlike, Tyler MacDonald.

Novice: best all round, John Wiunig; hardest worker, Sage Barstow; sportsmanlike, Jairo Wight.

Atoms: best all round, Devin Green; hardest worker, Solamyn Barstow; sportsmanlike, Cassidy Tucker.

Peewee House: best all round, Jayden Kjenstad; hardest worker, Ryley Griffin; sportsmanlike, Eric Wiunig.

Bantam House: best all round, Mason Wadlegger, hardest worker, Dorian McGill; sportsmanlike, John Meyer.

Bantam Female: best all round, Megan Sim; hardest worker, Annika Wadlegger; sportsmanlike, Quinn Mackay and Juniper Wadlegger.

Midget Rep: best all round, Keaton Noble; hardest worker, Russell Dana; sportsmanlike, Larson Wadlegger.

Junior referee, Ryan Green; senior referee, Joel Steinberg; coach of the year, Barb Coates; and volunteer of the year, Nissa McGill.

 

 

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