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Wednesday, June 19, 2013
RUSC @ ND Sonics, June 19, Mountain Park, 8 p.m.
Devils receive sports awards MAPLE RIDGE— North Dundas District High School held their annual year-end sports awards ceremony on June 13. The event was an opportunity to honour the many athletes that made up the 2012-13 teams. A special thanks, at the ceremony, went out to all of the community coaches who stepped in during the labour dispute and helped keep the school’s excellent athletic program in full swing. The event also saw a special thank you to teacher/coach Mike Deighton, who will be leaving the school after 10 years. Major awards from the ceremony went to: Jenna Warren, Student Contributing Most; Mackenzie the Johnston, Midget Girl Athlete of the Year; Joey Benoit, Midget Boy Athlete of the Year; Cheyenne Williams and Tori Corkery, co-winners of the Junior Girl Athlete of the Year; Mason Durant, Junior Boy Athlete of the Year;
Sarah Churchill, Senior Girl Athlete of the Year; and Wes and Liam Schmidtke Morrow, co-winners of the Senior Boy Athlete of the Year. Cassandra Thompson won the Karen Moffat Award. Team MVP winners were: Kaylie Fife, Midget Girls Basketball; Tori Corkery, Junior Girls Basketball; Julia Wouters and Sarah Churchill, Senior Girls Basketball; Sjoerd Sterkenburgh, Midget Boys Volleyball; Patrick Jaquemet, Junior Boys Volleyball; Brandon Ouderkirk, Senior Boys Volleyball; Patricia Barlow, Midget Girls Cross-Country; Tori Corkery, Junior Girls Cross-Country; Myranda Ruel, Senior Girls CrossCountry; Spencer Kelly, Midget Boys Cross-Country; Jake Quinton, Junior Boys Cross-Country; Marc Thurler, Senior Boys Cross-Country; Cheyenne Williams and Leeanne Geertsma, Junior Girls Volleyball; Chelsea
Clark, Senior Girls Volleyball; Mason Durant, Junior Boys Basketball; Wes Schmidtke, Senior Boys Basketball; Jenna Warren, Girls Hockey; Bryden VanKessel, Boys Hockey; Sarah Churchill, Curling; Mackenzie Johnston, Midget Badminton; Mitchell Melenhorst and Mason Durant, Junior Badminton; Morrow, Senior Liam Badminton; Sarah Churchill and Erin Elliot, Rugby; Tori Corkery, Junior Girls Soccer; Rebecca Doucette, Senior Girls Soccer; Brad Stitt, Junior Boys Soccer; Liam Morrow, Senior Boys Soccer; Patrick Jaquemet and Matthew Adams, Archery; Cheyenne Williams, Junior Girls Track and Field; Connor Findlay, Junior Boys Track and Field; Cheryl Baldson, Senior Girls Track and Field; Patrick Bueley, Senior Boys Track and Field; and Mitch Kirkwood and Josh Hodgson, Baseball.
UCSL holds Track and Field Championship BROCKVILLE— The newly upstarted Upper Canada Sports League held their first Track and Field Championship on June 13 at Thousand Island Secondary School. The new league was started to promote sport among intermediate schools in Eastern Ontario. Members of North Dundas and Tagwi Intermediate were at the event and had strong showings. Top 10s North Dundas Julia Gibson was 10th in the junior girls 800-metres with a time of 3:08.56 and ninth in the 1500-metres at 6:16.04; North Dundas was seventh in the junior girls 4x100-metres relay; Samantha Benoit was ninth in the junior girls long jump at 3.73-metres and 10th in the
triple jump at 7.45-metres; North Dundas was sixth in the senior girls 4x100-metres relay; Lynette KleinBoonschate was sixth in the senior girls high jump at 1.25metres; Jessi Zandbelt was ninth in the senior girls high jump at 1.20-metres and sixth in the shot put at 9.10-metres; Hein Sterkenburgh was fifth in the junior boys 1500metres; Caleb Jaquemet was fifth in the junior boys long jump at 4.21-metres; Justin Hague was eighth in the junior boys long jump at 4.11metres; Jarrett Williams was ninth in the junior boys triple jump at 8.30-metres and eighth in the shot put at 8.30metres; Baydon Carr was third in the senior boys 100metres at 13.42; and Drew Cotnam was 10th in the senior
boys 400-metres at 1:03.59. Tagwi Dallas MacMillan finished third in the junior girls 200metres with a time of 31.26; Tagwi was fourth in the junior girls 4x100-metres relay; Brooklyn Woodside was fourth in the junior girls high jump with a jump of 1.30metres and fourth in the long jump at 4.13-metres; Carlie Bender was 10th in the junior girls high jump at 1.25-metres and fourth in the shot put at 8.53-metres; Kyara Quan was seventh in the junior girls shot put with a throw of 8.26metres; Jordan Canham was third in the junior boys high jump at 1.40-metres and eighth in the triple jump at 8.50-metres; and Kalin Gates was eighth in the junior boys high jump at 1.30-metres.
White atop Roller Hockey League MORRISBURG— After five weeks of action in the Dundas Men’s Roller Hockey League it is the White team that lead the way in the standings. White is undefeated with a record of 4-0-1. Behind them is the Red team at 3-1-1. Blue and Black are tied for third with 1-4-0 records. Red 7 Blue 6 Blue took a 2-0 lead in the first, but with just a minute to go in the frame, Red cut the lead to 2-1. Blue made it 4-1 in the second, but Red answered with three straight goals and it was all tied at four heading to the third. This time it was Red who scored the early goals in the period with three to begin the third. Blue scored a pair but couldn’t get the
tying goal and Red won 7-6. Justin Elliott led the way for Red with four goals, Tyler Hodgson scored a pair and Connor Hodgson netted the other in the win. As for Blue, Dean Moore and Kyle Sobering both had two; Darrell Moore and Trevor Moroziuk had singles. White 9 Black 7 In the second game of the evening, White jumped ahead with a 3-1 lead in the first period. Black responded in the second with three of their own, while White added one and it was 4-4 with one to go. White’s offense took off in the third with a five-goal period and they took the game 9-7. Leading the way for White was Dave Summers who scored four goals,
Brandon Buma added three and Aron Sherrer had two. Dustin Tinkler had four goals for Black, with Ryan Thompson and Tyler Jones netting the others.
NDDHS Major Award Winners
The North Dundas Devils held their annual year-end awards banquet, June 13, honouring all of their athletes from the various teams in 2012-13. The major awards went to, front, from left: Sarah Churchill, Senior Girl Athlete of the Year; Mackenzie Johnston, Midget Girl Athlete of the Year; Cheyenne Williams and Tori Corkery, co-winners of the Junior Girl Athlete of the Year; Jenna Warren, Student Contributing the Most Award; back: Mason Durant, Junior Boy Athlete of the Year; Wes Schmidtke and Liam Morrow, co-winners of the Senior Boy Athlete of the Year; and Joey Benoit, Midget Boy Athlete of the Year.
Above, the North Dundas Senior Boys Basketball team, Archery team and Connor Findlay, Track and Field, were all honoured for their OFSAA appearances at the NDDHS Athletic Awards on June 13. Front, from left: Findlay, Evan Corbett-White, Cory Vandemheen, Austin Carruthers, Dayton Kelly, Patrick Jaquemet; back: Josh Beach, Matthew Adams, Wes Schmidtke, Liam Morrow and Dan Trumper. Below, each team that NDDHS fielded named an MVP at the Athletic Awards ceremony. Front, from left, Brandon Ouderkirk, Sarah Churchill, Cheyenne Williams, Mitch Melenhorst, Brad Stitt, Jenna Warren, Patricia Barlow; middle: Tori Corkerym Chelsea Clark, Brayden VanKessel, Joey Benoit, Spencer Kelly, Mackenzie Jonhnston, Kaylie Fife, Rebecca Doucette; back: Josh Hodgson, Patrick Bueley, Mitch Kirkwood, Mason Durant, Julia Wouters, Liam Morrow, Marc Thurler, Jake Quinton, Wes Schmidtke, Connor Findlay and Patrick Jaquemet. Matte photos
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