Hannah Duncan, Tianna Kirtley and Roxane Zaire-Davy. (Contributed photo)

Wm. E. Hay recognizes students

Awards handed out

Wm. E. Hay high school held its award ceremonies earlier this month. The recipients are:

Grade 7 Athletics Certificate / Medal Kate Bradford

Bianca Brugman

Laura Hebbes

Alexandre Neale

Ashley Lang

Charlee Resch

Presley Ternes

Grade 8 Athletics Certificate/ Medal Jasmine Diegel

Emma Nixon

Avery Olafson

Taylor Roth

Grade 9 Athletics Certificate/Medal Nicholas Deaver

Grace Hebbes

Block “S” Awards Certificate and Badge Conner T

Diegel S

Lane J

Burkard J

Diegel K

Matchett M

McQuay G

Neitz C

Perry B

Perry H

Bar “S” Certificate/Badge Brower S

Hamelin S

Poapst S

Archery Most Valuable Player Colby Barclay

Heart and Soul Eric Bridge

Most Improved Taylor Knudtson/Darby Strohschein

Most Dedicated Brooke Glasier

Cross-Country Awards Most Valuable Player Shayna Brower

Most Valuable Teammate Riley Cornelssen

Most Improved Kassy Diegel

Rugby Most Valuable Player Emily Brown, Sadie Diegel

Most Valuable Teammate Rachael Deaver, Shayna Brower

Most Improved Alexandra Damien

Badminton Team Awards Most Valuable Player Jordan Burkard/Talon Conner

Most Valuable Teammate Tamara Ball

Most Improved Sydney Poapst/Sam Hamelin

JV. Girls Basketball Team Awards Most Valuable Player Shaylyn McNeil

Most Valuable Teammate Willow Sorensen

Most Improved Indy Soboleski

JV. Boys Basketball Team Awards Most Valuable Player Justin Matchett

Most Valuable Teammate Kirk Kromm, Dan Brown

Most Improved Wil Brennan

Sr Girls Basketball Team Awards Most Valuable Player Tori Brower, Sydney Poapst, Jessica Lane

Most Valuable Teammate The rest of the team.

Most Improved Roxane Davy-Zaire, Kassandra Diegel

SR Boys Basketball Team Awards Most Valuable Player Carson Neitz

Most Valuable Teammate Sam Hamelin

Most Improved Myles Eklund

JV Girls Volleyball Team Awards Most Valuable Player Meghan Matchett

Most Valuable Teammate Jenny Munholland

Most Improved Elli Anderson

JV Boys Volleyball Team Awards Most Valuable Player Nicholas Ruddell

Most Valuable Teammate Corben Bredy

Most Improved Micheal Angelo Garcia

Sr. Girls Volleyball Team Awards Most Valuable Player

Most Valuable Teammate Mikayla Torgerson, Rachel Morbeck

Most Improved Hailey Loeppky

Sr. Boys Volleyball Team Awards Most Valuable Player Talon Conner

Most Valuable Teammate Sam Hamelin

Most Improved Ezra Auton

Dana Roberts Memorial Award Plaque Riley Cornelssen

Zone & CWAJHAA Recoginition CASAA Zone Champs

Zones 1st place Winner in Track Kassy Diegel (1500 m, 3000 m)

Zones 1st place Winner in Track Abby Musgrove 800 m

Rugby Zones 1st Place Abbey Bohn

Alex Damian

Brenda antle

Brooklyn perry

Elli Anderson

Emily brown

Esther nooijen

Hannah Duncan

Jesse jack

Jessica lane

Kassy diegel

Mady imbery

Meghan matchett

Mignione Vogel

Rachael deaver

Rachel Dietrich

Roxane Zaire Davey

Sadie diegel

Shaylyn McNeill

Shayna Brower

Sydney jack

Taylor kobi

Tianna kirtley

Provincial Recognition Archery High School Provincials TEAM – Third Place WinnersBarclay Emily

Chick Avery

Knudston Taylor

Maginn Hunter

Morris Josh

Stroschein Darby

Vogel Mignione

Abando Dariel

Barclay Garnet

Barclay Colby

Glasier Brooke

Marshall Nikida

Meyn Raye

Webster Abigail

O’Donnell Amanda

Bridge Eric

Fuller Nathan

Nicholas Deaver

Provincial Winner – Taylor Knudtson – 1st for Grade 10 – 4th overall

Brennan Maya

Connon Ty

Eddy Chloe

Enyedy Brandon

Fuller Kiera

Hadley Beau

Kneeland Hannah

Measures Kristen

Neal Alexandre

Norman Sawyer

Olson Carter

Shaffer Sorin

Young-Cattoni Moira

Baird Cole

Coulthard Reid

Deaver Isaac

Evie Blake

Glasier Katlyne

Holden Ty

Knudtson Kendra

McClung Owen

Neale Matthew

Rockliffe Liam

National Winner – Colby Barclay 1st Overall for High School Boys

Provincials – Kristen Measures 2nd for Grade 7 Girls and 3rd overall.

Nationals – Katlyne Glasier 3rd overall.

Football Bronze Medal Winners at Provincials

Mercier Brett

Matchett Justin

Huziak Blake

Nichols Cole

Tomkow Ethan

McLaughlin Mason

Williams Eric

McKay Noah

Nichols Steele

Neitz Carson

Smyth Derek

Bainbridge Kameron

Page Kelly

McQuay Liam

Satre Kaden

McQuay Gavin

Myshaniuk Curtis

Ecklund Myles

Lesage Danny

Mehle Devon

McCord Declan

Ansorger Colton

Bachmier Kirklind

Carey Lincoln

Niehaus Myles

Mimnagh Tanner

Provincial Rodeo Denim Ross – All Around Cowboy Champion, Boys Breakaway Champion, Ribbon Roping Champion and 2nd place in the Team Roping.

David Butterwick – 2nd place in the Chute dogging

Charlee Resch – Ribbon Roping Champion

Junior High Athlete Of the Year Male – Plaque Shay Anderson

Female – Plaque Kayla Mielke

SR High Athlete Of the Year Plaqure

Sam Hamelin – 30

Female – Plaque Shayna Brower – 41

Service Award cert

Larry Wilson Founders Award Service Award – trophy

 

Sydney Poapst and Brooklyn Perry. (Contributed photo)

Meghan Matchet and Brooklyn Perry. (Contributed photo)

Mrs. Jo-Anne Lane and Carson Neitz. (Contributed photo)

Sam Hamelin and Shayna Brower. (Contributed photo)

Denim Ross, Charlee Resch and David Butterwick. (Contributed photo)

Back row: Carson Neitz, Myles Ecklund, Myles Niehaus, Kelly Page, Derek Smyth, Mr. Matchett, Justin Matchett, Jo-Anne Lane, Kaden Satre and Curtis Myshaniuk. Front row: Mr. Baharally, Mr. Neitz, Declan McCord, Gavin McQuay and Liem McQuay. (Contributed photo)

Mr. Baharally speaking, Guy Neitz, Brian Matchett and Jessica Lane. (Contributed photo)

Back row: Nicholas Deaver, Garnet Barclay, Amanda 0’Donnell, Abigail Webster, Josh Morris and Emily Barclay. Front row: Mignione Vogel, Tanja Heatherington, Taylor Knudtson and Colby Barclay. (Contributed photo)

Back row: Owen McClung, Matthew Neale, Evi Blake, Kirsten Measure and Isaac Deaver. Front row: Kendra Knudtson, Brandon Enyedy, Maya Brennan, Chole Eddy and Alexander Neale. (Contributed photo)

Back row: Ether Nooijen, Elli Anderson, Jessica Lane, Meghan Matchett, Sadie Diegel, Shaylynn McNeill and Taylor Kobi. Middle row: Mignione Vogel, Emily Brown, Roxane Zaire-Davy and Tianna Kirtley. Middle row: Kassie Diegel, Madison Imbery, Shayna Brower and Ms. Megan Weir.Front row: Brooklyn Perry, Rachel Dietric, Hannah Duncan and Rachael Deaver. (Contributed photo)

Kassie Diegel

Back row: Laura Hebbes, Bianca Brugman and Ashley Lang. Front row: Charlee Resch, Kate Bradford and Alex Neale. (Contributed photo)

Ezra Auton, Talon Conner, Sam Hamelin and Mr. Joe Thibeau. (Contributed photo)

Michael Angelo Garcio, Ms. Amy Smith and Nicholas Ruddell. (Contributed photo)

Rachel Morbeck.

Mrs. Shonna Burkard, Jenny Munholland, Elli Anderson, Meghan Matchet and Ms. Charisse McDonald. (Contributed photo)

Miss Starling and Riley Cornelssen. (Contributed photo)

Myles Ecklund, Carson Neitz, Sam Hamelin and Mr. Aspenes. (Contributed photo)

Back row: From left, Mr. Poapst, Sydney Poapst, Jessica Lane, Meghan Matchett and Mrs. Poapst. Middle row: Shayna Brower, Sadie Diegel, Cassie Diegel and Roxane Zaire- Davy. Front row: Megan Kobi, Brooklyn Perry and Tori Brower. (Contributed photo)

Will Brennan, Kirk Kromm, Miss Megan Weir, Danny Brown and Justin Matchett. (Contributed photo)

Ms. Charisse McDonald, Willow Sorensen, Shaylynn McNeill and Indy Soboleski. (Contributed photo)

Mr. John Thorne, Talon Conner, Jordan Burkard, Sydney Poapst, Sam Hamelin and Mr. Jon McNickle. (Contributed photo)

Back row: Ron Silva and Ms. Megan Weir. Middle row: Shayna Brower, Emily Brown and Sadie Diegel. Front row: Alex Damien and Rachael Deaver. (Contributed photo)

From left, Shayna Brower, Riley Cornelssen and Kassie Diegel. Front row and centre is Miss Nicola Starling. (Contributed photo)

Back row: Mrs. Tanja Heatherington. Front row: Taylor Knudtson, Brooke Glasier and Colby Barclay. (Contributed photo)

Shayna Brower, Sam Hamelin and Sydney Poapst. (Contributed photo)

Talon Conner, Jordan Burkard, Carson Neitz, Holden Perry, Jessica Lane and Meghan Matchett. Front row: Sadie Diegel, Kassie Diegel and Brooklyn Perry. (Contributed photo)

Nicholas Deaver.

Emma Nixon, Taylor Roth and Sophie Diegel. (Contributed photo)

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