Following is a list of this year’s winners:
Edmund LeBlanc Award
This award is presented for unselfish dedication to SMHC during the 2016-17 season. This year’s award was presented to Becky Goodwin.
Skip MacPhee Award
This award is presented to the referee of the year. The 2016-17 award was presented to Shane O’Neal.
David Sears Memorial Award
This award is presented for many years of unselfish dedication to SMHC. This year’s award was presented to Michael Hicks.
Alan Wells Memorial Award
This award is presented to the team manager of the year. The 2016-17 award was presented to Krista Hicks.
Raymond Wheaton Memorial Award
This award is presented to the most dedicated player in the Atom rec division. This year’s award was presented to Marissa Newhook.
Coach of the Year
This award is presented to the 2016-17 coach of the year. This year’s recipient was Corey Higgins.
The David Acton Award
This award is presented to the SMHC player who demonstrates leadership ability and volunteers within and outside the club. This year’s award was presented to Alexa Estabrooks.
TRHS Student Volunteer
This award is presented to the 2016-17 Tantramar Regional High School student volunteer of the year. This year’s recipient was Jacob Estabrooks.
Goalie of the Year Award
This award is presented to the 2016-17 goalie of the year. This year’s award was presented to Gill Allen.
Jordan Cormier Memorial Award
The 2016-17 Jordan Cormier Memorial Award was presented to Jake Purdy.
SMHC Team Awards
– Atom AIL Rangers: Grace Allen, most dedicated; Jamie Arsenault, most improved; Lucas Reiffenstein, most sportsmanlike; Anthony Field, MVP offense; Casey Roberts; MVP defense; Alex Purdy, team MVP.
– Atom Rangers 1: Ethan Wells, most dedicated; Janelle Crossman, most improved; Eric Blaney, most sportsmanlike; Noah Allen, MVP offense; Dan Christie, MVP defense; Marissa Newhook, team MVP.
– Atom Rangers 2: Evan Kenny, most dedicated; Kate Harris, most improved, Jesse Alder, most sportsmanlike; Dakota Trenholm, MVP offense; Zach Morice, MVP defense; Gill Allen, Team MVP.
– PeeWee Rangers: Emmy Parsons, most dedicated; Ava Carson, most improved; Lauren Gautreau, most sportsmanlike; Carter Stright, MVP offense; Dana Allen, MVP defense; Sophia Estabrooks, team MVP.
– PeeWee Macs: Hannah O’Neal, most dedicated, Kathleen Simpson, most improved; Patrick Shipley, most sportsmanlike; Jack Arsenault, MVP offense; Ben Weir, MVP defense; Dylan Mitton, team MVP.
– Bantam Rangers: Abbey Morice, most dedicated; Sarah Lowerison, most improved; Madison Higgins, most sportsmanlike; Jax Wells, MVP offense; Emma Lloyd, MVP defense; Colby Tower, team MVP.
– Bantam Legionnaires: Jesse Estabrooks, most dedicated; Arturo Moreno de Jesus, most improved; Colby Acton, most sportsmanlike; Owen O’Neal, MVP offense; Mason Prescott, MVP defense; Riley Estabrooks, team MVP.
– Midget Rangers: Curtis Field, most dedicated; Taylor Phinney, most improved; Michael Alder, most sportsmanlike; Delaney Acton, MVP offense; Keegan Higham, MVP defense; Isaac Silliker, team MVP.