The Prince Rupert Minor Hockey Association (PRMHA) presented its year-end awards last week at the Jim Ciccone Civic Centre and a number of talented, youthful players took home some much-deserved hardware.
In the novice division, Brooklyn Woodrow brought home the most inspirational trophy and Bryce Dixon did the same with most sportsmanlike. For Frank’s Auto, Eric Morgan took home most improved, Aarman Brar won most dedicated and Ryan Christenson won most sportsmanlike. Progressive Steel’s Cooper Magnusson was the most improved player on the team, Kobe Ikari was most dedicated and Emily Gordon was most sportsmanlike out of her peers.
For the atoms, Kade Jones was named most inspirational, Julia Lorette was most sportsmanlike and the division’s top scorer was Noah Aceto. REMAX’s most improved player was Spencer McDonald, Kaiden Monroe was most dedicated and Robert Christensen was most sportsmanlike. On Team Helijet, Maddy Kellough took home most improved, Jordyn Carter won most dedicated and Keely Keisman was the most sportsmanlike. For NCSG Cranes players, Rourke Helland was most improved, Josh Leighton was most dedicated and Logan Hughes brought home most sportsmanlike.
In the peewee house division, Dominic Strand won most inspirational, Marlee McDonald won most sportsmanlike and Curtis Swan was the peewees’ top scorer. Canada Safeway’s most improved player was Xander Gerritsen, Brodie Melanson was named most dedicated and Kyle Le was most sportsmanlike. For Oceanside Sports, Joel Silva was most improved, Avery Lorette was named most dedicated and Simon Bellis took home most sportsmanlike.
For the peewee reps, Nicholas Pirillo brought home most inspirational while Colby Duffus took most sportsmanlike. The division top scorer award was split in a tie between Bradley Larose and Pirillo. The most improved player was Braeden Anderson, Brevin Jack was named most dedicated and Ethan Toye was named most sportsmanlike.
In the bantam house division, Kaiya Storey was named most inspirational, while Jared Swan won both most sportsmanlike and top scorer. Evan Kristoff was named most improved, Espen Johansen took most dedicated and Brandon Burnett won most sportsmanlike.
For the bantam reps, Keenan Marogna took home most inspirational, Teryn Archer won most sportsmanlike and the top scorer award went to Brett Fudger. Brayden Ferguson won most improved, while Lyndon Drummond took most dedicated and Taylor Northcott brought home most sportsmanlike.
For the midget house division, Akemi Storey took the division’s most inspirational award, Marcus Jardim took most sportsmanlike, Dylan Mackenzie won most improved and Mickaela Ward took most sportsmanlike.
On the midget rep team, Austin Weir won most inspirational, Karan Gill took most sportsmanlike, Cole Atchison was top scorer, Hunter German was most improved, Atchison took the most dedicated award and Keiden Archer was most sportsmanlike.
The PRMHA’s most dedicated goalie was Sam Irving and its most inspirational goalie was Cole Lindsay.
The most improved junior official was Brittany Waite and the most inspirational coach award went to Jamie Lowe. Teresa Atchison was named volunteer of the year and the PRMHA honorary lifetime member award went to Roger