Ju­nior Bull­dogs dish out hard­ware

The Intelligencer (Belleville) - - SPORTS - INTELLIGENCER STAFF

The Belleville Bull­dogs Rugby Foot­ball Club held their an­nual ju­nior awards ban­quet Thurs­day night at the Ma­sonic Hall, and along with hand­ing out awards the Bull­dogs paid trib­ute to a pair of fallen team­mates, Mor­gan Car­leton and Bri­anna Jensen who both passed away this sea­son.

The Bull­dogs also held a food drive and raised four boxes of food, two for Belleville’s Glean­ers Food Bank and two for Tren­ton’s Care and Share Food Bank.

The U17 Bull­dogs girls squad pre­sented the Mor­gan Car­leton Memo­rial Award to Me­gan Dyer while Amy Dirks re­ceived the Bri­anna Jensen Memo­rial Award.

Sarah La­joie was named Most Valu­able Player of the U17s, while Jas­min Wake­l­ing and Na­dia Stin­son shared the Most Valu­able Back Award.

The U15 girls Most Valu­able For­ward was Anna Su­urdt, while the Most Valu­able Back was Aleisha Rose. Emily Holtzhauer and Hai­ley Hay shared the Most Im­proved Play­ers Award, while Macken­zie Lapierre and Ju­lia Peck shared the Coaches Award.

Paige Fomger was named Most Im­proved Player for the U13 girls, while Sadie Booker Mor­phet won the Coaches Award.

Mike McFaul was named Most Valu­able Back for the U17 boys, while Wy­att Vreug­den­hil was cho­sen Most Valu­able For­ward, and Isaac Beatty won the Coaches Award.

In U15 boys, Tyson Wyn­gaar­den was named MVP, while Ro­han O’Neill was cho­sen Most Im­proved Player, and Mitchell Atkins won the Coaches Award.

Fi­nally, in U13 boys, Tyler Boutilier was named Most Im­proved Player, and Cameron Ross earned the Coaches Award.

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