Sacred Heart spring awards

Sacred Heart recently held their tenth annual spring sports banquet where they handed out individual awards to members of their winter and spring sports teams.

In total 42 awards were issued to Saints student-athletes from the Sacred Heart basketball, track and field, badminton and curling teams respectively.

Sr. Girls Basketball

Most Valuable Player - Taneisha Roussin and Kendra Varjassy. Most Improved - Taylour Ringdal and Justine Zarowny. Rookie of the Year - Alexis Guy. Saint Sebastian Award - Kaitlyn Kitzan

Jr. Girls Basketball

Most Valuable Player - Janeen Pellatt. Most Improved - Kassidy Guy. Saint Sebastian Award - Mackenzie Dull

Sr. Boys Basketball

Most Valuable Player - Tannum Wyonzek. Most Improved - Cody Doll. Rookie of the Year - Noah Clarke. Saint Sebastian Award - Kade Johnson.

Jr. Boys Basketball

Most Valuable Player - C.J. Gimena. Most Improved - Ethan Allan. Saint Sebastian Award - Grady Hawkins.

Track and Field

Most Valuable Player - Jonah Sutter and Justine Zarowny. Rookie - Sarah Sutter and Emma Pindus. Saint Sebastian Award - Caleb Sutter. Most Improved - Madison Butchko.

Jr. Badminton

Most Valuable Player - Louis Shin. Most Improved - Michael Coleridge and Ethan Danchilla. Saint Sebastian Award - Janeen Pellatt.

Sr. Badminton

Most Valuable Player - Ben Fetsch, Austin Thomas and Kade Johnson. Most Improved - Caleb Sutter and Hailey Vitkauskas. Rookie of the Year - J.J Chogata. Saint Sebastian Award - Brooke-Lyn Somogyi and Chelsey Yesnik.

Jr Curling

Most Valuable Player - Reese Kinaschuk. Most Improved - Eliah Stephaniuk. Saint Sebastian Award - Auston Roberts, and Arianna Struble.

Sr. Curling

Most Valuable Player - Tanner Kinaschuk. Most Improved - Alex Cottenie. Rookie of the Year - Carmen Kormos. Saint Sebastian Award - Madison Butchko.

Greatest Contribution

Justine Zarowny, Ben Fetsch, Grady Hawkins, Zach Goulden-Maddin, Allison Berge, Sarah Sutter, Caleb Sutter, Ethan Danchilla, Loius Shin, Kade Johnson.

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