PHOTO SUBMITTED BY TANYA SPAFFORD The North Island Eagles Atom, Peewee, Bantam and Midget teams all came together for a banquet on April 4 in Port Alice to celebrate the 2016-2017 season.

Banquet in Port Alice: North Island Eagles year-end awards

The North Island Eagles organization held their year-end awards banquet in Port Alice on April 4.

As the 2016-2017 minor hockey season came to a close, the four North Island Eagles came together for their annual year-end awards banquet.

The awards results are as follows:

Most Sportsmanlike medallion

Atom – Jack Barrett

Peewee – Josh Neilson

Bantam – Chelsea Noel

Midget – Elliott Furney

Most Dedicated medallion

Atoms – Landon Turgeon

Peewees – David Klatt

Bantam – Alex Townsend

Midget – Tanner Roberts

Most Improved medallion

Atom – Maddy Jorgenson

Peewee – Kai Verbrugge

Bantam – Koen Harwood

Midget – Jake Heller

Most Sportsmanlike Eagles Trophy

Atom – Zach Spafford

Peewee – Tristan Mardell

Bantam – Brayden Walkus

Midget – Randi Ward

Most Improved Eagles Trophy

Atom – Mason Miller

Peewee – Tyler Roper

Bantam – Connor Van Will

Midget – Trent Beek

Most Valuable Eagles Trophy

Atom – Lucca Stewart

Peewee – Ethan Bono

Bantam – Payton Laming

Midget – Cameron Grant

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