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Honouring Athletic Achievements

North Peace Secondary School held its athletics banquet last night. The award for Outstanding Athletic Performance went to Chenise McClarty. Shane Wiebe was named NPSS Top Male Athlete and Kaitlyn Farwell won NPSS Top Female Athelte.

North Peace Secondary School held its athletics banquet last night.

The award for Outstanding Athletic Performance went to Chenise McClarty.

Shane Wiebe was named NPSS Top Male Athlete and Kaitlyn Farwell won NPSS Top Female Athelte.

Individual awards were also handed out for each team.

Brett Young was named Most Valuable Team Member for golf.

In track and field, Talia Miller was named Most Valuable Female and Trevor Frankom Most Valuable Male.

Tim Doll was the Top Male Badminton Player with Morgan Forbes winning the Top Female Badminton Player.

In basketball, Landon Churchill and Rikki Whalley won the Ross Memorial Most Inspirational Player awards.

On the boys' zone championship-winning basketball team, Brennan Eklund won Rookie of the Year with Eric Hansen as the Most Improved Player and captain Nick Hazelwood as Most Valuable Player.

Sarah Stewart won the girls' basketball Rookie of the Year, Caitlin DeSmit was the Most Improved Player and McClarty the Most Valuable Player.

In volleyball, Brady Fedderly was the Most Improved Player on the boys' team with Travis Bueckert as Rookie of the Year and Jonah Burridge Most Outstanding Player.

On the girls volleyball team, Jasmine Giesbrecht and Katrina Thomson were both named Most Improved Player. Barbara Cranston was Rookie of the Year, Emma Karasiuk was the Most Outstanding Player and Amanda DeSmit was the Most Inspirational Player.

For boys' soccer, Graham Spitzer was the Defensive Player of the Year, Braden Johnson was the Rookie of the Year and Bora Orakwusi was the MVP.

AHN Staff

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