Princeton Secondary awards for athletic achievement

Princeton Secondary School presented the athletic achievement awards during the awards ceremony last week.

Awards for athletic achievement were presented to students at Princeton Secondary School during  the awards ceremony held last Wednesday.  Graduating student Angie Marshall receives her award for Athlete of the Year from her coaches; Rob Marshall

Awards for athletic achievement were presented to students at Princeton Secondary School during the awards ceremony held last Wednesday. Graduating student Angie Marshall receives her award for Athlete of the Year from her coaches; Rob Marshall


Grade 8 Girls:

Heart & Hustle Award – Saki Irie

Most Improved – Thyme Callihoo

Best Defensive – Kodi Lindley

Grade 8 Boys:

Favourite Teammate – Corey Thompson

Best Defender – Theo Goeson

MVP – Michael White

Most Improved – Eric Holland

Junior Girls:

MVP – Sam Simons

Best Defensive – Brooke Kassa

Most Improved – Megan Liddicoat

Coaches Award – Zoe Douglas

Junior Boys:

MVP – Morton Johnston

Most Improved – Rueben Howarth

Coaches Award – Morgan Grigg

Senior Girls:

Most Outstanding Offensive – Ciara Bamford

Most Outstanding Defensive – Julia Reichert

MVP – Angie Marshall

Senior Boys:

MVP – Marshall Brown

Most Improved – Krys Krenn

Coaches Award – Hayden Riel


Rookie of the year – Morton Johnston

Service Award for Dedication – Drayden Larsen

Low Stroke Average Medalist – Michael White & Tristan Vandermeulen


Grade 8 Girls:

MVP – Sam McEwen

Coaches Award – Hanna Gould

Favourite Teammate – Kate-Lynn Bartlett

Grade 8 Boys:

MVP – Taylor Sanderson

Most Motivating – Eric Ogrinc

Most Improved – Corey Thompson

Grade 9 Girls:

MVP – Zoe Douglas

Most Improved – Taydra Reichert

Most Dedicate – Danika Whelpton

Grade 10 Girls:

Most Improved Kennedy Holland-Krenn

MVP – Kyla Coyne



Most Improved – Kyla Coyne

Coaches Award – Ally Myers

Junior Boys Athlete of the Year – Morton Johnston & Morgan Grigg

Junior Girls Athlete of the Year – Kyla Coyne

Senior Girls Athlete of the Year – Angie Marshall & Ciara Bamford


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