Sacred Heart honours its athletes

Sacred Heart High School’s annual awards banquet for the school’s fall sports recognized the students who went above and beyond in their athletic achievement. Congratulations to all of the winners for their hard work and success over the season.

Junior Football:

Most Valuable Player: Jesse Kobylko        

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Lineman of the Year: Nathan Efford        

Saint Sebastian Award: Kael DePape

Most improved player: Andrew Ross

Senior Football:

Most Valuable Player:  Jantz Sawatsky

Defensive player of the year: Colby Melnyk

Offensive player of the year: Michael Pearson  

Saint Sebastian Award: Christian James Gimena

Most Improved: Matthew Cochrane

Cross Country:

Most Valuable Player:  Logan Rohatensky

Most Improved: Jaxon McLeod

Saint Sebastian Award: Kaitlyn Klemetski

Junior Boys Volleyball:

Most Valuable Player:   Cedrick Zapata   

Most Improved:   Chance Corcoran

Saint Sebastian Award: Eric McAllister

Junior Girls Volleyball

Most Valuable Player: Nyla Dierker & Piper Stechyshyn

Most Improved: Kyla Causaren

Saint Sebastian Award: Kasey McCombs

Senior Boys Volleyball:

Most Valuable Player:   Grady Hawkins

Most Improved: Ethan Allan

Rookie of the Year:  Jairus Pellatt

Saint Sebastian Award: Brady Gelowitz

Senior Girls Volleyball

Most Valuable Player:  Janeen Pellatt

Player of the Future Award: Katelyn Spilchuk

Rookie of the Year: Camryn Danchilla

Saint Sebastian Award: Hannah Wyatt        

Girls Soccer

Most Valuable Player Defensive: Ashley Schrader

Most Valuable Player Offensive: Jordan Holinaty

Most Improved: Carley Ostafie

Rookie of the Year: Maddison Stevenson

Saint Sebastian Award: Mia Cottenie

Boys Soccer

Most Valuable Offensive Player: Nick Fetsch

Most Valuable Defensive Player: Dami Ogunbiyi

Most Improved: Cole Looft

Rookie of the Year:  Andriy Usan

Saint Sebastian Award: Dawson Malinowski & Alfonz Dionisio

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