Prince Rupert Minor Hockey hands out year-end awards

Prince Rupert Minor Hockey handed out their year-end awards last night, recognizing the top players in each of the different divisions.

Prince Rupert Minor Hockey handed out the hardware last night at the year end dinner.

Prince Rupert Minor Hockey handed out their year-end awards last night, recognizing the top players in each of the different divisions.

Note: Medal winners are listed at the bottom

In the novice division, as well as presenting medals to the most improved, most dedicated and most sportsmanlike player on each of the four teams, Karlie Fudger was awarded the Farwest Sports Most Inspirational Novice Player and Braedan Anderson won the Prince rupert This Week Most Sportsmanlike Novice Player.

Each team in the Atom division also had medals for the most improved, most dedicated and most sportsmanlike player, while three trophies were handed out for the division. Nicholas Pirillo took home the Clark Freightways Most Inspirational Atom Player award, Colby Duffus won the Nel Morberg Memorial Most Sportsmanlike Player trophy and Daniel Cachero was named the Top Scorer for the division.

For the peewee, bantam and midget divisions, medals were awarded to players in the house and rep sections.

In the peewee house team, Zack Miller won the PRMHA Most Inspirational Player trophy, Hunter Wiley took home the Doug Standring Most Sportsmanlike Player trophy, QuinnLeighton won the PRMHA Most Improved Defense trophy and Josh Reniero was the top pee wee house scorer. On the rep side of things, Ben Rabel won the D.D. Sharma Most Inspirational Player trophy, Liam Crocker won the PRMHA Most Sportsmanlike Player trophy, Liam Quane won the Most Improved Defense trophy and Drew Fudger was the top scorer.

In the bantam house division, Cole Marogna won the Timothy Wright Most Inspirational Player trophy, Brady Youngman took home the PRMHA Most Sportsmanlike Player trophy, Keenan Paul won the PRMHA Most Improved Defense trophy and Nathan Jardim was the top scorer. For the rep squad, Austin Weir won the PRMHA Most Inspirational Player trophy and was the top scorer, Keiden Archer won the PRMHA Most Sportsmanlike Player trophy, and Karan Gill won the Nicholas Alexander Rovatti Most Improved Defense trophy.

For the midget house teams, Steven Skinner won the Rainbow Chrysler Most Inspirational player trophy, Garrett Duffus won the PRMHA Most Sportsmanlike Player trophy, Amrit Sidhu won the PRMHA Most Improved Player trophy and Casey Lennon was the top scorer. For the rep team, Josh Kierce was top scorer and won the Rainbow Chrysler Most Inspirational Player trophy, Gregory Loroff won the Donald E. Glencross Memorial Most Sportsmanlike Player trophy and Tyler Ostrom won the PRMHA Most Improved Player award.

The goalie trophy for the Prince Rupert Minor Hockey League wen to Cole Lindsay, Ben Rabel took home the Most Improved Junior Official plaque and Roger Atchison and Bart Kuntz were named Most Inspirational Coaches.

The President’s Award for Volunteer of the Year for 2011/2012 was awarded to Dan Lorette.

 

Medal winners

NOVICE MEDALS

RUPERT CLEANERS

MOST IMPROVED –  HUNTER GUY

MOST DEDICATED – ASHTON SHEPERT

MOST SPORTSMANLIKE – OLE RYSSTAD

FRANK’S AUTO

MOST IMPROVED – NEVAN MILLER

MOST DEDICATED – NOAH ACETO

MOST SPORTSMANLIKE – JOSH CHAMBERLAIN

NORTH PACIFIC SEAPLANES

MOST IMPROVED – LUKE RABEL

MOST DEDICATED – ARLEN DESCHAMP

MOST SPORTSMANLIKE – CHASE LEIGHTON-STEVENS

HELIJET

MOST IMPROVED – PEYTON COLUSSI

MOST DEDICATED – NOLAN STAVA

MOST SPORTSMANLIKE – KAI STAVA

ATOMS

ATOM DEVELOPMENTAL MEDALS

MOST IMPROVED – DOMINIC STRAND

MOST DEDICATED – LYNDON DRUMMOND

MOST SPORTSMANLIKE – JARED SWAN

PIZZA HUT

MOST IMPROVED – TREVOR DESCHAMPS

MOST DEDICATED – BRADLEY LAROSE

MOST SPORTSMANLIKE – BRANDON BURNETT

STOREY’S EXCAVATING

MOST IMPROVED – ROWAN CROCKER

MOST DEDICATED – ETHAN TOYE

MOST SPORTSMANLIKE – CONNOR HUSSEY

FARKO CONTRACTING

MOST IMPROVED – BRITTANY WAITE

MOST DEDICATED – GAVIN MCNEICE

MOST SPORTSMANLIKE – TERYN ARCHER

 

PEE WEE HOUSE MEDALS

MOST IMPROVED – AKEMI STOREY

MOST DEDICATED –  JOSH RENEIRO

MOST SPORTSMANLIKE – RAINE DIXON

PEE WEE REP MEDALS

MOST IMPROVED – KOLBY JONES

MOST DEDICATED –  REID LINDSAY

MOST SPORTSMANLIKE – CHRISTIAN HANSEN

 

BANTAM HOUSE MEDALS

MOST IMPROVED – MARCUS JARDIM

MOST DEDICATED – NATHAN JARDIM

MOST SPORTSMANLIKE – PAUL CAVIN

BANTAM REP MEDALS

MOST IMPROVED – CALEB PERRY

MOST DEDICATED – DAVID SMITH

MOST SPORTSMANLIKE – GARRY SEKHON

 

MIDGET HOUSE MEDALS

MOST IMPROVED – MATT WADDINGTON

MOST DEDICATED – GARRETT DUFFUS

MOST SPORTSMANLIKE – MIGUEL CACHERO

MIDGET REP MEDALS

MOST IMPROVED – KENNY REE-HEMBLING

MOST DEDICATED – JOSH KIERCE

MOST SPORTSMANLIKE – STEN SUNDIN

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