In their season wrap-up

Seahawks score in-house awards

In their season wrap-up, the Seahawks Atom football team honoured its players and sponsors.

In their season wrap-up, the Sooke Village Food Markets Seahawks Atom football team honoured Scott Logan with a plaque in appreciation for his sponsorship and support.

In-house awards were also give to all the team players.

In order of appearance (left to right, top row to bottom), here are the people and their recognition.

Scott Logan (team sponsor), Spencer Logan (best defensive lineman), Hunter Nicks (best offensive player), Jacob LaMontagne (best offensive lineman), Coach Ken Elliot, Coach Pat LeFrancois, Ben Power (Best Safety), Grayson Hoolaef (Coach’s choice), Owen “the animal” Cheng (Rookie of the year), Quinn MacDonald (Most Sportsman), Jared Steele (most valuable player), Coach Matt Howlett, Head Coach Andy Carrier, Caleb Carrier (Most improved), and Jacob Barney (most liked)

Special appreciation also goes out to Marnie Carrier, the team manager, and Alexzayah Carrier.

by Andy Carrier

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