High school gives out athletic awards

Barriere Secondary School held its annual athletic awards banquet last week

Tristan Lloyd was awarded the Basketball MVP and the Danny Proulx Athletic Memorial Award. Pictured making the presentation is Willy Fortier.

Barriere Secondary School held its annual athletic awards banquet last week.  The following students were recognized for their athletic achievements.

Jr. Girls Volleyball: Most Sportsmanlike Player Vanessa Balatti, Most Improved Player Emillie Nystoruk,  Most Valuable Player Ariel Fennell.

Sr. Girls Volleyball: Most Sportsmanlike Player Katrine Schilling, Most Improved Players Talyse Lyons, Most Valuable Player Emma Schilling.

Boys Soccer: Most Sportsmanlike Player Quinn Brackman, Most Improved Players  Alex McDonald, Most Valuable Players Jordan Rainer.

Jr. Girls Basketball: Most Sportsmanlike Player Ariel Fennell,  Most Improved Player Breann Fischer, Most Valuable Chelsey Lloyd.

Jr. Boys Basketball: Most Sportsmanlike Player Tristan Holt, Most Improved Player Jacob Peterson, Most Valuable Players Carter Rudd.

Senior Girls Basketball: Most Sportsmanlike Player Katrine Schilling, Most Improved Player Nicole Huber, Most Valuable Player Michelle Lampreau.

Senior Boys Basketball: Most Sportsmanlike Player Bishop Realff, Most Improved Player Tristan Lloyd, Most Valuable Players Jordan Rainer.

Outstanding Grade 8 Male Athlete – Tristan Holt

Outstanding Grade 8 Female Athlete – Ivanna Villeneuve

Outstanding Jr. Female Athlete: Ariel Fennell and Brittany Piva

Outstanding Jr. Male Athlete: Kurt Allen

Outstanding Sr. Female Athlete: Katrine Schilling

Outstanding Sr. Male Athlete: Jordan Rainer

Top Academic Athlete: Alysha Piva

Danny Proulx Athletic Memorial Award: Tristan Lloyd

Glen Andrews Award Sr. Male Athlete: Connor Booth

 

 

 

 

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