Terriers annual awards banquet

The Yorkton Terriers held their 2016-2017 season ending banquet on Monday, Mar. 27 at the Gallagher Centre.

The banquet acted as both a fundraiser and an award ceremony for the junior A hockey club.

Hosted by Benny Walchuk, the awards were given to deserving players from this year’s team.

The awards were as followed:

The Volunteers of the Year were awarded to volunteer assistant head coaches Karsten Wagner and Scotty Musqua.

The Subway Three Star Award was given to four players: tied for third star were Nathan Hargrave and Corwin Stevely, second star was Jordan Ross and first star was Jared Legien.

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The Scholastic Award went to both Cody Dubas and Nathan Hargrave.

The Team Chaplain Award (donated by the Anderson family) was LJ Naccarato.

The Dedication & Community Service Award (Ed Ruf Memorial) went to Tyler Baier.

Mr. Personality (Jamie Standish Award) went to both Cole Keenleyside and Cody Illerbrun.

The Most Gentlemanly Award went to Shane Sherban.

The Unsung Hero Award (donated by Park’s Jewellery) was awarded to both Kaleb Bell and Quin Hobbs.

Most Popular (Amos Border Memorial) was given to McKenzie Welke and Carson Welke.

Mr. Hustle (donated by Yorkton Co-op) was Dexter Robinson.

Most Improved (Schoenroths & Wolfe Memorial) went to Matthew Perkins and Jordan Hudson.

The Top Scorer for the regular season was Jared Legien.

The Coaches Award (The Josh Campbell Memorial Trophy) went to Kevin Wolf.

The Top Playoff Scorer went to Dakota Odgers.

The Playoff MVP Awards went to Dakota Odgers and Jordan Ross.

The Rookie of the Year (Doc’s Cup) was given to Matt Vernon.

The Most Valuable Defenseman was awarded to Regan Seiferling.

The MVP was given to team captain Corwin Stevely. And the President’s Trophy went to Reid Anderson.

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