Minor hockey hands out awards

The Nelson Minor Hockey Association held its annual awards banquet Tuesday.

The winners pose at the Nelson Minor Hockey Association's annual awards banquet.

The Nelson Minor Hockey Association held its annual awards banquet Tuesday at Selkirk College’s Mary Hall. Forty awards were handed out to honour Nelson’s best young hockey players.

For a couple list of winners as well as pictures, see below:

Barry Pearce Memorial Award: Leo Jewitt

John Reichardt Memorial Award: Tyson Hutt

Todd Matheson Memorial Award: Nathan Bernhardt

Walter Clarkson Award: Jamie Popoff-Hnatiuk

Scotiabank Achievement Award: Dylan Watts

Alf Baker Award: Max Speilman

Marc Severyn Memorial Trophy: Charles Curiston

Mike Laughton Sr. Memorial Award: Amit Bhabra

R.C. Wright Memorial Trophy: Iain Love

Barry Geist Memorial Trophy: Josh Marsden

Brian Naka Award: Ellis Junker

Baker St. Esso Award: Ava Young

Jackson Hole Three “A” Award: Mitchell Erickson, Noah Quinn, Mike Zarikoff and Anthony Maxinuk.

Sarge Sammartino Award: Cody St. Thomas, Branwen Hainsworth

Ted Hargreaves Excellence in Coaching Award: Todd Hutt

Robert Jeffs Award: Tony Maida

 

Esso Medals of Achievement

Atom

Most Improved: Evan Ouchi

Most Dedicated: Myles Cousins

Most Sportsmanlike: Dane Jones

 

Peewee House 1

Most Improved: Norman Poole

Most Dedicated: Ben Thast

Most Sportsmanlike: Bryce MacLean

 

Peewee House 2

Most Improved: Ryan St. Thomas

Most Dedicated: Aiden Patterson

Most Sportsmanlike: Nathan Bernhardt

 

Peewee Rep Tier 2

Most Improved: Lowrie Vreys

Most Dedicated: Tijs Vreys

Most Sportsmanlike: Joe Davidson

 

Peewee Rep Tier 3

Most Improved: Dylan Moynes

Most Dedicated: Reid Gerrand

Most Sportsmanlike: Nathan Medeiros

 

Bantam House

Most Improved: Ava Young

Most Dedicated: Noah Whiffen

Most Sportsmanlike: Nicholas Haydu

 

Midget House 1

Most Improved: Iain Love

Most Dedicated: Brody Herridge

Most Sportsmanlike: Anthony Maxinuk

 

Midget House 2

Most Improved: Alison Bendis

Most Dedicated: Jake Popoff

Most Sportsmanlike: Tyler Lakeman

 

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