Weyburn Comprehensive School held its annual Activities Awards last night.
Trophies and medals were presented for each extra-curricular activity, including yearbook, music, and sports.
Special awards were presented to five deserving young people.
Mary Sidloski won the Female Athlete of the Year Award, who never missed a practice, trained hard every time, and set an example for younger athletes.
Male Athlete of the year went to Paul Dionne, who was noted for being good at sports for which he wasn't even on the team.
Dionne plans to attend Mount Royal University in the fall, to play for the Cougars. He hopes to earn an Education Degree.
Bethel Trophy went to Lindsay McLeod, who demonstrated overall excellence in sportsmanship.
Brayden King won the performing arts trophy, for being a natural entertainer with a true love of performing.
King plans to travel to Belgium for one year through the Rotary Exchange program, then he will attend MacEwan University in Edmonton, where he will study music.
The Spirit of Youth award was presented to Brogan Regier, for her unending dedication to the school and her inclusiveness toward everyone.
A full list of award recipients is found below.
For Football, the Allen Moffat Award went to Rylan Hoffman and the Al Waltson award to Thomas Goranson.
For Soccer, Girls MVP is Hailey Neiszner and the WSA Dedication/Leadership Award was presented to Lindsay McLeod. Boys MVP is Jakeb Wagner and the WSA Leadership Award was presented to Cory Howells.
For Cross Country, the MVPs are Kira Barham and Kaitlyn Harrison and the Coaches Awards went to River Carlson and Arliss Sidloski.
For Track & Field, the Junior Track MVP is Alex Lund, with the Coaches Award going to Zach Olson.
For Track, the Len Williams Excellence Award was presented to Paul Dionne and the Coaches award to Mary Sidloski.
For Volleyball, the Freshman Boys MVP is Zachary Olson and the Coaches Award was presented to Russ Shumlich. Freshman Girls MVP is Makenna Ling and Coaches Award went to Jaylynn Haupstein. Junior Girls MVP is Megan Schmidt and the Coaches award to Chaylene Lascelle. Junior boys MVP is Carson Field and Coaches Award went to Aiden Krafchuk. Girls MVP is Camryn Brown and the Coach's award went to Krista Smith. Rookie Boys MVP is Mitchell Cherpin, with the Rookie Coaches Award going to Kent Shumlich. Rookie A Girls MVP is Maggie Borschowa Coaches Award went to Addison Klapak. Rookie B Girls Coach's Award was presented to Tacey Gerle, MVP is Chanel Lanz. Senior Volleyball MVP is Paul Dion and the Coaches award went to Walker Happ.
For Basketball, the Freshman Boys MVP is Jadon Cook, the Coaches Award was given to Bryce Skogberg. Freshman Girls MVP is Denae King, with the Coaches Award going to Shelby Williamson. The Junior Boys MVP is Amiel Verdejo and the Junior Coaches Award was presented to Alex Lund. The Senior Boys MVP is Walker Happ, the Coaches Award was given to Earl Jay Pineda. The Junior Girls MVP is Grace Labatte and the Junior Coaches Award was given to Rese King. Senior Girls MVP is Mary Sidloski, and the Senior Coaches Award was presented to Hailey Neiszner.
For Curling, the Jr. Boys Curling MVP is Karter Haupstein and the Coaches Award went to Michael Kaip. Jr Mixed Curling MVP is Keegan Woodard, with the Coaches Award going to Gregg Wiens. The Emil Porth Award was given to Landon Field and the Coaches Award to Hunter Labbie. For Girls, the Bob Petit award was given to Emma Weins and the Coaches Award to Emily Haupstein. Mixed MVP is Cameron MacMurchy and the Coaches Award was presented to Keyann Swanson.
For Badminton, the Jr. Badminton Coach's Award was presented to Denae King, and the MVP awarded to Rohan Haupstein and McLaren Kesslering. Sr. MVP is Ethan Petersen and the Sr Coaches award was presented to Ty Nikolejsin.
For Wrestling, Male MVP is Eric Fleming, the Coaches Award went to Austin LeBlanc. The Female coaches Award was presented to Makena Ricard.
For Cheer, the MVP Excellence Award went to Chloe Gill and the Coaches Award was presented to Piper McKinney. The Pom Squad Excellence Award was presented to Gabriela Pozner and the Coaches Award to Liza Biard. The Hip Hop Excellence Award went to Jillian Harder and the Coaches Award to Onelle Bahingawan. The Jazz Excellence Award went to Olivia Bocian and the Coaches Award to Teresa Weger.
The STARS MVP is Cameron MacMurchy and the Advisors Award was given to Jillian Harder.
For Jazz Band, MVP is Ruslan Edgerton and the Director's Award went to Matthew O'Neill.
The Drama/Musical MVPs are Andrea Eckel and Josh Zackrisson. The Advisor's Award was presented to Tylan Charlton.
For SRC, the Jr SRC Leading the Leaders Award was presented to Jaylynn Haupstein, and the Most Dedicated Jr. SRC award was given to Hayley Gill.
For Drama, the Jr Drama MVP is Jayda Cameron and the Advisors Award was given to Kristen Fortune.
For Jazz Band, the Jr Jazz Band MVP is Tori Mahnke and the Advisor Award went to Dalton Chicoine.
For Choir, the Junior Choir MVP is Ross VanDeWeyer and the Advisors Award was given to Risa Burdan.
For Yearbook, the Royal Purple Award was presented to Louise Natasha and the Advisors Award to Lorynn Labbie.
The SRC Gavel awards were presented to Brogan Regier and Landon Field. The Heart of the SRC was presented to Brogan Regier. The SRC SPirit Award to Emma Wiens and the Treasurer's Gift to Natalie Hastings.
Social Block W awards went to Olivia Bocian, Jade Hayes, Cameron MacMurchy, Breane McCormick, and Louise Pascua.
Athletic Block W awards went to Paul Dion, Katherine Gibbs, Thomas Goranson, Walker Happ, Braeden Junk, Lindsay McLeod, Payton Oberg, Gabriela Pozner, Mary Sidloski, Olivia Skjerdal and Brody Skjonsby.
Comprehensive Block W went to Keyanna Swanson.
Social Super Block W awards went to Brayden King, Joshua Zackrisson, Olivia Barber, Mitch Tuchscherer, and Brogan Regier.
Super Athletic Block W award went to Morgan Sidloski.
Super Comprehensive Block W was awarded to Jillian Harder.