Holy Trinity Catholic Secondary School handed out hardware to its top athletes at its 15th annual athletic awards banquet.
The major winners were: Jeremy Latour (Senior Male Athlete of the Year), Kelly Brissard (Senior Female Athlete of the Year), Alyse Butler and Cody Van Loon (Co-winners of Most Valuable Contributor), Madison Ruffo (The Falcon: Top Student-Athlete), Hailey Rose Kelly (Junior Female Athlete of the Year) and Ryan Stephens (Junior Male Athlete of the Year).
At the same time, long-time coach Bruce Ciccarelli was honoured for his 29 years of service at St. Joseph’s and Holy Trinity.
Awards by sport
Girls volleyball: midget Quinn Blaine (MVP); junior Geneviève Decoeur (MIP); Hailey Kelly (MVP) senior Madison Ruffo (MIP), Lydianne Lupien (MVP).
Boys volleyball: midget Karson Malyon (MVP), junior Trent Smith (MIP), Massimo Munafo (MVP), senior Mubarak Iqbal (MIP), Brandon Lauzon (MVP).
Girls basketball: midget Meg Sommerville (MVP), junior Lily Bacchiochi (MIP), Mackenzie Shoniker (MVP), senior Alyse Butler (MIP), Annika Setterington (MVP).
Boys basketball: midget Rishi Behl (MVP), junior Drew Hambleton (MIP), Ryan Stephens (MVP), senior Aidan Crispin (MIP), Kaelin Larin (MVP), Cross-country running: Mei Le Cumming (MVP). Golf: Brandon Dupuis (MVP). Tennis: Nadine Kamm-Ramirez (MVP). Girls soccer: junior Quinn Blaine (MIP), Mei Le Cumming, Hailey Kelly (MVP).
Boys soccer: junior J.J. Dixon (MIP), Massimo Munafo (MVP), senior Callum Robertson (MIP), Nick Young (MVP).
Varsity girls rugby: Angele Park Collin (Top Forward), Kelly Brissard (Top Back). Girls hockey: Madison Ruffo (MVP). Boys hockey: Connor Hum (MVP). Badminton: midget Rishi Behl (MVP), junior Mariam Khan (MVP), Shalini Menon (MVP). Baseball: Nathan Van Putten (MVP). Track and field: Geneva MacDonnell (MVP female), Jacob Séguin (MVP).
Senior football: Ryan Stephens (MVP Offence), Zack Coleman (MVP Defence), Umar Khan (MIP/R), Jeremy Latour, Joe Distefano (Graduating Student award), Jacob Morin (Most Dedicated), Charles Laplante (Red Helmet for play of the year).
HOLY TRINITY WINNERS: (From left) Jeremy Latour, Kelly Brissard, Alyse Butler, Cody Van Loon, Madison Ruffo, Hailey Rose Kelly, Ryan Stephens.
NEW STINGER: Sara Carrière, a student at L’École secondaire catholique Le Relais in Alexandria, will join the Concordia Stingers soccer team in September. The midfielder will enrol in the Faculty of Sociology, working towards here Bachelor of Arts at the Montréal university. Sara recently participated in the Stingers training camp and was awarded a scholarship for her academic and athletic achievements.