Shuswap Minor Football presents awards

The 2012 Football Awards were handed out Sunday evening at Shuswap Minor Football Association’s annual banquet.

The 2012 Football Awards were handed out Sunday evening at Shuswap Minor Football Association’s annual banquet.

Awards went to:

Atoms team: MVP – Ryan Berke; Top Defence – Austin Hanna; Top Offence – Sam Hall; President’s – Brayton Lawson; Best Lineman – Finn Rodwell; Rookie – Braidy Parkes.

PeeWee team: MVP – Luke Matheson; Top Defence – Nick Ferster; Top Offence – Dawson House; President’s – Joshua Seaman; Best Lineman – Nicholas Lourens; Rookie – Luke Simmonds.

Junior Bantam team: MVP – Jayden Mourato; Top Defence – Matthew Nesdoly; Top Offence – Hayden Henning; President’s – Austin Crocker; Best Lineman – Ethan Morland; Rookie – Reilly Jacques.

Junior Varsity team: MVP – Perry Qiodravu; Top Defence – Cal Peters; Top Offence – Nathan Gollan; President’s – Richard Fletcher; Best Lineman – Braden Kalke; Rookie – Clayton Leduc.

• Varsity team: MVP – Jordan Goertzen; Top Defence – Ryan Willett; Top Offence – Ivor Kuzmick; President’s – Will Walton; Best Linema – Myles Brown; Most Improved – Kolton Parent; Brad Jackson Memorial Award – Tyler Potter.

Clinic upcoming

Shuswap Minor Football is hosting a youth sport concussion management clinic in Salmon Arm at the Shaw Centre on Thursday, Dec. 13 at 6:30 p.m.

Invited are all Salmon Arm community and school sport coaches, trainers, officials and interested parents.

Space is limited so those wishing to attend should RSVP with Tony Pereira, Shuswap Minor Football Association vice-president, by e-mail at tpereira@forsite.ca or by calling 250-832-6232.

 

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