Kitimat minor hockey hand out awards

The Kitimat Minor Hockey Association handed out awards on April 22 to their fine players.

The Kitimat Minor Hockey Association handed out their Annual Awards on Tuesday, April 22, just before their Annual General Meeting.  The team is pleased to recognize the following:

Sharp Shop Award: most sportsmanlike player, Pee-Wee division: Stephen Eckstein

Darrel Trach Memorial: Best Player, Bantam division: Isaiah Galante

Shawn Michael Phillip Redmond Memorial: best team player, Bantam division: Emma Trzos

Tom Connors Memorial: Most Sportsmanlike Player, Bantam division: Michelle Gregoire

Wilf Owen Sportsmanlike,  Midget Division: Maddy Amado

Brenda Lonsdale trophy: Most improved, Bantam division: PJ Mattiuz.

– Submitted

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