(From left) Players of the year Jacob Marty and Katy Clark with RMMLA president Ron Williams at a ceremony Wednesday at Thomas Haney secondary.

Ridge minor lacrosse hands out awards

Tully Award volunteer of the year given to same person

Jacob Marty and Katy Clark received Ridge Meadows Minor Lacrosse Association player of the year awards on Wednesday.

Clark was given the Glen McLean Award for female players.

“Katy is a passionate player and a leader on her team both on and off the floor,” says RMMLA. “She has been a coach for the association for the past three years and has been actively giving back to the RMMLA. The younger players that she coaches absolutely adore her. She has proven to be a wonderful role model and has been an amazing addition to the ongoing success and growth of female lacrosse.”

Marty earned the Glen McLean Award for male players.

“Jacob has played for the RMMLA for more than 10 years and his family has always been actively involved in volunteering and coaching for the association. He is an outstanding mentor for his peers, as well as the younger players. He is highly involved in the refereeing program and giving back to the RMMLA.”

The Tully Award for volunteer of the year – given to a non-executive member who has made the greatest contribution to RMMLA over the last year – was presented to Chris Comeault, for a third time.

“He not only mentors young players, but also mentors older volunteers as well.”

Senior official of the year went to Greg Toll.

Junior officials of the year went to Kyle Jansson and Justin Cloete

Most inspiration player awards, to those nominated by their box and field lacrosse coaches for a combination of talent, dedication, perseverance and team work, as well as sportsmanship, went to: (girls) Kelty Sheridan, novice; Hannah Gjaltema, pee wee; Georgia Hamm, bantam 1; Candace McDole, bantam 2; Rachael Comeault, midget; Ashley Bull, junior; Kennedy Gill, U12; Megan Kinna, U15;  Regan Eaton, U19; (boys) Conner Bouma, novice A1; Sam Patterson, novice A2; Rhys Marshall, novice B1; Kai Lander, novice B2; Sid Singh, novice C;  Kaiden Sheehan Davies, pee wee A1; Jeremy Gobillot, pee wee A2;  Cole Fraser, pee wee B1; Thomas Noble, pee wee B2; Trent Bright, pee wee C; Cam Brandon, bantam A1; Dominic Forrer, bantam A2; Justin McClennan, midget A; Jack Gillespie, midget B; Caleb Roberts, U10; Declan Fitzpatrick, U10; Mason Morais, U12 (1); Matthew Marty, U12(2); Daylan Kellough, U14 (1); Quinn Letherdale, U14 (2); Robbie Goddard, U16; Tino Fera, U19.

 

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