Terriers present annual awards

This year’s Terriers Awards were presented Friday night, recognizing the many contributions of the players, volunteers and staff that make up the players.

President Alan Sharpe and Ryan Kormos presented to the crowd

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Luke Walters of GX94 won the Volunteer of the Year, while Aiden Bulych won Rookie of the Year.

Chantz Petruic won Most Valuable Player, Brendan Mark took honours home for Top Defenceman and Cody Dubas won the President’s award.

In addition to the awards themselves, ceremonial jerseys were handed to each player.

A 50/50 draw and silent auction to raise funds for the team. A spirited auction at the end of the evening saw several limited edition framed prints of the team. The highest bid of the evening reached $675.

The Terriers Awards came shortly after its win against Melville.

For more information visit http://www.yorktonterriers.com/

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