After a successful 2012 athletics season, Sacred Heart High School held its 2012 Spring Sports Awards night on Monday. The basketball, curling, badminton, cheer, and track and field teams all handed out awards in the school’s four award categories. The categories included Most Valuable Player, Most Improved Player, Rookie of the Year, and Saint Sebastian, the award given out to the player who most exemplifies team spirit on their respective team.
Junior badminton honours included Jake Holinaty as MVP, Kris Pidperyhora as Most Improved Player and Laura Vachon as St. Sebastian. Dylan Johnson and Anthony Fetsch shared MVP honours for the Sr. badminton season, with Rita Fetsch winning Most Improved Player, Eilish Stranaghan and Brianna Ostafie splitting St. Sebastian, and Riana Skikewich winning Rookie of the Year.
Jr. Boys Basketball saw David Ojo win MVP and Rawlee Wyatt win Most Improved player while the Sr. Boys team had Nathan Ruff and Logan Coutts split MVP honours, Carter Ruff take Rookie of the Year, Dylan Johnson was Most Improved and Preston Liebrecht was named St. Sebastian.
Curling awards went to Nathan Guy, (St. Sebastian) Brianna Ostafie, (Most Improved) Tanner Kinaschuk, (Rookie) and Leta Perepeluk (MVP). Cheer MVP was Shelby Schill, Most Improved was Taylor Ringdal, Courtney Dudley was Rookie of the Year and Lori Malinowski was this year’s St. Sebastian. Jr. Girls Basketball’s Most Valuable player was Bryce Sherring, while Hailey Vitkauskas and Stephanie Sturtz were Most Improved Player and St. Sebastian respectively. Sr. Girls Basketball went to Emily Kruger, (MVP) Megan Yagelniski, (Most Improved) Hanna Hansen (Rookie) and Connor Rosluk (St. Sebastian). Congratulations go out to the 2012 Sacred Heart athletes on a successful season and to all of the award winners for their hard work and dedication to local athletics.