EMCS students receive athletic awards

The following students received athletic recognition at EMCS last week.

Students received athletic recognition at EMCS last week.

Students received athletic recognition at EMCS last week.

The following students received athletic recognition at EMCS last week. Oshyana Reichl (Cheerleading Junior Spirit Award), Shala Revet (Cheerleading Senior Spirit Award), Matthew Thomson (Cross Country  Jr. Boys, Inter-District Track Meet Best Athlete, Junior Boys’ Athlete of the Year), Sydni Burns (Cross Country, Jr. Girls, Junior Girls’ Athlete of the Year), Brandon Willson (Cross Country, Sr. Boys, Most Dedicated 4-year Athlete), Austin WIllson (Most Dedicated 4-year Athlete), Courtney Schutt (Cross Country, Sr.Girls), Hailey Dimock (Basketball, Jr Girls MVP), Ethan Dennett (Basketball, Jr. Boys MVP), Emily Bernard (Basketball, Sr. Girls MVP, Audrey Goudie), Kayla Holliston (Basketball, Sr. Girls’ DPOY), Quinn Yates (Basketball, Sr. Boys MVP, Sr Boys Defensive Player of the Year, Kevin O’Neill Trophy — Sr Male Athlete of the Year), Sean McKenzie (Basketball, Sr. Boys Defensive Player of the Year), Scott Dickie (Basketball, Sr Boys’ Most Improved), Brandon Willson(Basketball, Sr Boys’ Most Improved), Charlie Richardson (Rugby, Sr. Boys’ Most Improved), Norris Wass-Little (Rugby, Most Sportsmanlike), Kaarina Swinburnson (Badminton Female Player of the Year; Margaret Ann McLean Memorial — Sr Female Athlete of the Year), Troy Zhu (Badminton, Male Player of the Year), Heather and Vivian (Badminton, Most Improved Female Players of the Year), Ben Tozer (Badminton, Most Improved Male Player of the Year), and Abe LaMontagne (Luke MacGregor Memorial).

Well done, everyone!

Special EMCS awards tribute

In recognition of his many contributions, Trevor Bligh’s 20-year old Jersey (#11) was retired.