Isfeld Ice honour athletes at annual banquet

Former Canadian team coach Allison McNeill guest speaker at event





The Isfeld Ice athletics department celebrated another successful year at their annual awards banquet.

The guest speaker was Allison McNeill, head coach of the Canadian women’s basketball team that finished in the top eight at the 2012 London Olympics.

Awards were handed out as follows:

Summit Cup (athletic leadership) William Meyer and Ben Miller.

Pinnacle Award (excellence in athletics and academics) Erin Hallier.

Blizzard Award (grit and determination) Chase Hutchings.

Senior Male Athlete of the Year Joel Regehr.

Senior Female Athlete of the Year Emma Balneaves.

Most Improved Athlete Moira Ashlee.

Volunteer of the Year Jessica Drummond

Junior Male Athlete of the Year Conor MacNeil.

Junior Female Athlete of the Year Avery Snider.

Inspirational Team of the Year Senior girls field hockey.

Grade 8 Male Athlete of the Year Anthony Xylinas.

Grade 8 Female Athlete of the Year Rachel Heselgrave.

Big Bear Award Winners

Grade 8 Girls – Rachel Heselgrave, Charlotte Mohtadi, Madison Kelly.

Grade 8 Boys – Ssergio Bedolia, Logan Benninger, Joe Lineger, Anthony Xylinas.

Junior Girls – Sophie Reimer, Jenna Haaf, Maggie Snyder-Harris, Sydney Kuhnert, Avery Snider Sylvie Stewart-Grantham.

Junior Boys – Conor MacNeil.

Senior Girls – Lex Hornstein, Emma Balneaves, Marisa Benisky, Danielle VanBergen, Mali Przy, Kenzie Hanson.


Senior Boys – Joel Regehr, Richard Girard, Cole Hutchings, Chase Hutchings.



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