Apr 21, 2023 | Walter DiClemente | 474 views
Minor "AAA" Petes Awards Banquet
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.