Sacred Heart hands out athletic awards

Sacred Heart High School held its annual Fall Sports Awards Banquet last week.
Recipients included;
Cross Country
Most Valuable Player:   Jaxon McLeod; Most Improved: Caleb Hove; Saint Sebastian Award: Kaitlyn Klemetski; Rookie: Belén Reed
Sr. Football
Most Valuable Player: Matthew Stackhouse; Defensive MVP: Logan Rohatensky; Offensive MVP: Matthew Cochrane;  Saint Sebastian Award: Kelsey Valuck; Rookie: Klay Sawatsky  
Jr. Girls Volleyball
Most Valuable Player: Alle Shivak, Natalie Walkington; Most Improved: Hailey Madsen; Saint Sebastian Award: Jemimah Adefolarin
Sr. Girls Volleyball
Most Valuable Player: Katelyn Spilchuk; Player of the Future Award: Camryn Danchilla; Rookie of the Year: Piper Stechyshyn; Saint Sebastian Award: Bethany Guy
Sr. Boys Volleyball
Most Valuable Player: Jett Stechyshyn; Most Improved: Brady Gelowitz; Rookie of the Year: Braydon Wasylyniuk; Saint Sebastian Award: Marc Soriano
Girls Soccer
Most Valuable Offensive Player: Leah Jones; Most Valuable Defensive Player: Ashley Schrader; Most Improved: Carley Ostafie; Rookie of the Year: Brianna Clarkson; Saint Sebastian Award: Maddison Stevenson, Tea Rohatensky  
Boys Soccer
Most Valuable Offensive Player: Nick Fetsch; Most Valuable Defensive Player: Andriy Usan; Most Improved: Levgen Lavrentiev; Rookie of the Year: Jonathan Fetsch; Saint Sebastian Award: Alfonz Dionisio.

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