OHA Awards 2013-14

Jun 21, 2014

The Okanagan Hockey Academy recently dished out some hardware at their annual awards banquet.

Full list of award winners:

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The Citizenship Award

Micah Hart

 

 


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Team Academic Awards

Male Prep: Brody Willms

Varsity Red: Blake Holowaty, Tyrell Buckley

Varsity Black: Raymond Fleming

Elite 15s: Danny Gatenby

Bantam Red: Jordan Schulting, Griffin Mendel, Chase Stevenson

Bantam Black: Tyran Robertson

Female Prep: Stephanie Rempe

 

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Most Valuable Player

Male Prep: Wyatt Sloboshan

Varsity Red: Blake Holowaty

Varsity Black: Rye Gillis

Elite 15s: Taylor Ward

Bantam Red: Scott Walford

Bantam Black: Logan Larock

Female Prep: Emily Clark

 

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Male Prep: Matt Campese

Varsity Red: Blake Holowaty

Varsity Black: Gleb Golubchikov

Elite 15s: Taylor Ward

Bantam Red: Michael Rasmussen

Bantam Black: Cline Borle

Female Prep: Emily Clark

 

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Male Prep: Andy Stevens

Varsity Red: Sam Jones

Varsity Black: Alex Molnar

Elite 15s: Greg Brydon

Bantam Red: Ethan O’Rourke

Bantam Black: Palmer Jenkins

Female Prep: Alyssa MacMillan

 

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Male Prep: Christian Brandt

Varsity Red: Bailey Stephens

Varsity Black: Adrian Nicholas

Elite 15s: Josh Coblenz

Bantam Red: Griffin Mendel

Bantam Black: Landan Robertson

Female Prep: Aurore Beaulieu

 

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