Erik Law of the Ridge Meadows peewee A2 team makes a pass attempt while falling to his knees during a game against Surrey on Sunday.

Ridge minor hockey recognizes players, more

Annual awards handed out.

The Ridge Meadows Minor Hockey Association gave out its annual awards last week, recognizing its top players, coaches and officials.

In the C divisions: (midget) Most Impactful Defenseman, Joel Lackey (MC4); Most Impactful Forward, Marc Gautreau (MC4); Most Impactful Goalie; Dominic LaGrange (MC1); (bantam) Most Impactful Defenseman, John-Paul Kahlert (BC3); Most Impactful Forward, Austin Lochhead (BC2) Most Impactful Goalie, Riley Rondario (BC1); (peewee) Most Impactful Defenseman, Mason Louie (PC7); Most Impactful Forward, Joseph Rose (PC6); Most Impactful Goalie, Brandon Botelho (PC6); (atom) Most Impactful Defenseman, Nolan Villeneuve (AC4); Most Impactful Forward, Jaiden Archibald (AC5); Most Impactful Goalie, Rene Corado (AC1).

In the A divisions: (midget) Most Impactful Defenseman, Jacob Shkwarok (A2); Most Impactful Forward, Jakob Mainhout (A1); Most Impactful Goalie, Darian Sommerfeld (A1); (bantam) Most Impactful Defenseman, Andrew Thompson (A2); Most Impactful Forward, Jordan Kujala (A1); Most Impactful Goalie, Evan Paul (A3);  (peewee) Most Impactful Defenseman, Adam Leitch (A1); Most Impactful Forward, Jason Soo (A4); Most Impactful Goalie, Kyle Kelsey (A1); (atom) Most Impactful Defenseman, Morgan Clark (A2); Most Impactful Forward, Colton Roberts (A1); Most Impactful Goalie, Ben Andrews (A2).

In juvenile: Most Impactful Defenseman, Joseph Sheridan (JC1); Most Impactful Forward, Jonathin Weloy (JA1); Most Impactful Goalie, Kyle Frandsen (JA1).

Other awards: Development Award ‘C’ Program, Braiden Van Bemmelen (BC5); Development Award ‘A’ Program, Sam Allen (PA2); Coach of the Year ‘C’ Program, Kira Sinow (H2C2 and H4C2); Coach of the Year ‘A’ Program, Dave Griffith (AA2); Sportsmanship Award, pee wee C6; Referee of the Year, Alexis Kahlert; Team Official of the Year, Linda Archibald (AC1 and PC7); Volunteer of the Year, Laura Shelton; Hockey Citizen of the Year, Blaine Hallman; Youth Leadership Award, Darian Sommerfeld (MA1).

 

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