TYSON WHITNEY PHOTOS The Tri-Port Wild organization handed out their 2018-2019 awards at the Civic Centre in Port Hardy on April 10.

Tri-Port Wild hand out year-end awards

The Tri-Port Wild had three all female teams playing minor hockey this year.

The Tri-Port Wild female hockey program held its award ceremony this year at the Civic Centre in Port Hardy.

Awards are as follows:

Volunteer of the Year (aka Coach of the Year) – Mike Bell; Mike was also selected by BC Hockey for the 2019 Fred Heslop Award.

Special Presentation – Port Hardy Wild women’s hockey team and Port McNeill Downpour women’s hockey team both stepped up to sponsor the Tri-Port Wild female hockey program.

The donations will be set aside to help local families with travel costs to hockey tournaments.

Fearless Award – Brooke Mercer for regularly attending practices with the older midget girls and also due to her commitment to being a referee.

Tri-Port Intro Girls:

Rylan Allen – Rookie to rockstar;

Tessa Russell – Most improved;

Elenah Hunchuk – Nose for the net;

Scarlett Tanaka – She’s got game;

Megan Patterson – Dynamic defence;

Hannah Lefebvre – Team spirit;

Emily McGill – Heart and hustle;

Brooke Hobson – Love of the net;

MJ Lawler – The digger;

Skyler Mintz – All around player;

Sophia Von Schilling – Sensational skater;

Liv Humphrey – Love of the game;

Kaitlyn Wenman – The flash;

Neeva Altmiks – Sweet and scrappy.

Peewee Wild:

Haleah Rinks – Top shot;

Emma Clair – Grinder;

Emily Henschke – Heart;

Keona Olney – Heads up player;

Emma Walkus – Awesome attitude;

Jerzie Cheetham – Dynamite defender;

Hannah Hunt – Awesome attitude;

Sydney Greer – MVP;

Adysen Verbrugge – Top scorer;

Lily Jorgensen – Power forward;

Akira Isaac – Leader;

Paige Greer – Rookie of the year;

Kiara Miller – Fearless;

Chelsie Russell – Fearless;

Mecca Humphrey – Most consistent.

Midget Wild:

Mandy Foldy – The enforcer;

Madison Van Will – The rocket;

Chloe Noel – The inspiration;

Sonja Walkus – The battler;

Taylor Ranger – The agitator;

Taylor Spafford – The communicator;

Kaitlyn Wilson – The shadow;

Laci McGregor – The target;

Jessica Wadhams – The dangler;

Merrick Browne – The passer;

Kylie Puglas-Wilson – The traveller;

Bree-Anna Henderson – Mother hen;

Mackenzie Murgatroyd – The energizer;

Serena Foldy – The tracker.

Esso Medallions:

Mecca Humphrey – Most dedicated;

Adysen Verbrugge – Most sportsmanlike;

Kiara Miller – Most improved;

Laci McGregor – Most improved;

Kaitlyn Wilson – Most sportsmanlike;

Jessica Wadhams – Most dedicated.

Wild medals:

Emily Henschke – Digger;

Emma Clair – MVP;

Sydney Greer – Team spirit;

Chloe Noel – Team spirit;

Taylor Ranger – Digger;

Madison Van Will – MVP;

Mandy Foldy – MVP.


@NIGazette
editor@northislandgazette.com

Like us on Facebook and follow us on Twitter

 

Just Posted

OPINION: Urgent care room will cost lives

“Seniors, of any demographic, are the most vulnerable to the loss of emergency care.”

James Hayward coroner’s inquest rescheduled hours away from where RCMP shooting occured

The family is “a bit disappointed that it’s going to be held in Campbell River”

Deadline looming for North Island College scholarship applications

Students have until April 24 to apply for a record number of… Continue reading

BC Ferries to pilot selling beer and wine on select routes

Drinks from select B.C. breweries and VQA wineries to be sold on Swartz Bay to Tsawwassen route

Gil’s Girls win Harvey Walkus Memorial Ball Hockey Tournament in shootout

This year the tournament was held at the Don Cruickshank Memorial Arena on April 12-14.

VIDEO: Alberta man creates world’s biggest caricature

Dean Foster is trying to break the world record for a radio show contest

Kirkland Signature veggie burgers recalled due to possible metal fragments

Recalled products came in 1.7 kg packages with a best before date of Apr. 23, 2019

Parents of 13 who tortured children get life after hearing victims

One of their daughters fled their home and pleaded for help to a 911 operator

Flooding, climate change force Quebecers to rethink relationship with water

Compensation for victims of recurring floods limit to 50% of a home’s value, or a maximum of $100,000

Storms blast South, where tornadoes threaten several states

9.7 million people in the Carolinas and Virginia at a moderate risk of severe weather

Private cargo ship brings Easter feast to the space station

There are three Americans two Russians and one Canadian living on the space station

Notre Dame rector: “Computer glitch” possible fire culprit

The fire burned through the lattice of oak beams supporting the monument’s vaulted stone ceiling

B.C. senior sentenced for sexually abusing special-needs granddaughter

73-year-old Cortes Island man will go to jail for three years

Howe Sound Queen sailing toward retirement

Vessel now up for auction ends regular runs between Crofton and Vesuvius at the beginning of June

Most Read