The PMHC held their annual awards banquet on April 12 with the following award winners recognized.
Masen Johnston, Erik Maki (U16).
Chris Fee award:
Jack Cremers (U11).
Wally Beavis award:
Colton Adams (U13).
Shane Norris award:
Nolan Buttar (U14).
John Leahy award:
Wil McFadden (U16).
OHL Petes Steve Richey Scholarship/Bursary Award
Yanni Karkoulas U18
James Johnston Memorial award:
Eason Carleton (U10).
David James award:
Masen Johnston (U16).
Vali Ali Manager of the Year:
Jim Burchell Trainer of the Year
Technical Coach of the Year
Bobby Christie (U10).
Coach of the Year:
Mike Farrugia ( (U16).
Len Warriner President’s Award
Esso Achievement Awards
U10: Most dedicated, Ethan Collin. Most improved, Hudson Pollock. Most sportsmanlike, Carter Smith.
U11: Most dedicated, Jackson Elliott. Most improved, Marshall Long. Most sportsmanlike, Logan Skutovich.
U12; Most dedicated, Cole McMahon. Most improved, Jackson Foster. Most sportsmanlike, Tyson Kitchen.
U13: Most dedicated, Ryder Evans, Evan Fitzgerald. Most improved, Lucas McIntyre. Most sportsmanlike, Blake Brioux.
U14: Most dedicated, Cam Ryan, Cam Walser. Most improved, Rocco Williams. Most sportsmanlike, Jackson Groves.
U15: Most dedicated, Kale Mace. Most improved, Ryland Cunningham. Most sportsmanlike, Matthew Souter.
U16: Most dedicated, Wil McFadden. Most improved, Lukas Moore. Most sportsmanlike, Kaiden Harmon.
U18: Most dedicated, Nick Pawlowski. Most improved, Ryan McCoy. Most sportsmanlike, Ryan Grecco.