Burns Lake minor hockey awards night

The Burns Lakes Minor Hockey Association held an awards ceremony at the Lakes District Secondary School.

Members of the Burns Lake Bruins Bantams with coach Mark Martins.

The Burns Lakes Minor Hockey Association held an awards ceremony on April 7, 2013 at the Lakes District Secondary School.

Coaches names follow the division name. S – Most sportsman-like player, D – Best defensive player, I – Most improved player, and MVP – Most valuable player.

Novice – Ken Chalmers / Josh Yarjau

S – Rylan Gillanders

Atom – Ken Chalmers

S – Garret Radley

D – Brendan Higginson

I – Michael Chalmers

Peewee B – Blain Cunningham

S – Brennan Yarjau

D – Even Vessey

I – Abby Michell

MVP – Avery Wilson

Peewee A – Keith Brown

S – Gracie Janzen

D – Devin Anderson

I – Angus Fountain

MVP – Spencer Brown

Bantam – Mark Martins

S – Brock Worthing

D – Noah Nicol

I – Connor Anderson

MVP – Bryce Gray

Female – Kim Dezamits

S – Kendra Dezemits

D – Taylor Bysouth

I – Amber Moxon

MVP – Ryley Eakin

Midget B – Sam Tom

S – Dino Wiebe

D – Desi Baillie

I – Connor Vanderkooi

MVP – Travis Patreau / Brenden Swenson

Midget A – Mike Skinner

S – Jordan Minger

D – Shawn Wilson

I – Tyler Havens

MVP – Logan Gray

 

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