Sooke Soccer Club dispenses kudos

Young athletes, like all kinds of young people are always hearing of the importance of teamwork and effort. On April 16 the Sooke Soccer Club offered tangible awards to three important players on each of the boys and girls teams in the age groups from 13 to 18. 

The All Star/Awards Weekend was a tremendous success with clear and dry weather for the event. Close to $2,500 was raised and put toward the new turf field the club is saving for. 

 U13 boys  

 MVP – Ayden Ostropolski

Most Dedicated – James Lieph

Most Inspirational – Jacob Dyer

 

 U14 boys 

 Most Improved – Norris Wass-Little

Most Sportsmanlike – Jacob Schuttinga

Most Dedicated, Cort Harrison

 

U14 girls  

MVP – Cassidy Logan 

MVP – Taneeka McCurg

Most Improved – A.J. Lafayette

 

 

U15 girls 

MVP – Grace Carter

Most Improved – Zoe Goluch

Most Sportsmanlike – Andrea Jones

 

U 15 girls gold 

MVP – Sachi Swift

Team Workhorse – Marisa Vieira

Players’ Choice Award – Elana Pradine – Bradshaw

 

U 15 boys 

MVP – Quinn Yates 

Best New Player –  Curtis Peterec

Most Dedicated – Austin and Brandon Willson 

 

U 16 boys  

MVP – John Taylor

Most Sportsmanlike – Eric Albert

Most Improved – Jake Poirier                              

 

U17 girls 

MVP – Michelle Topham 

MVP – Melissa Neilson

Most Improved Player – Justyne McLarry

 

U 18 girls gold 

MVP – Sarah Buchan 

MVP – Katrina Maki

Most Inspirational – Sydney VanEyk

                  

Youth All Star MVP – Sachi Swift, U15 girl gold

Adult All Star MVP – Blake Ridley, Goalkeeper Celtic

 

Coach of the Year – Glenn Harrison, U14 boys

 

President’s Trophy – Alastair Davy-Saxl

The President’s Trophy is awarded to graduating youth players who exemplify effort and devotion to the club, such as refereeing, coaching and other volunteer work.

 

 

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