Governor Simcoe athletic award winners
Jamie Addy and Colton Armitage were named Governor Simcoe’s Grade 12 female and male athletes of the year at the school’s recent awards banquet.
Other female and male athletes of the year were: Chloe Turner and Sully Russell in Grade 9; Keira Teske and Baxter Lawrence in Grade 10; and, Holly Bogusat and Sutter Pilon and Fenway Breckels in Grade 11.
Below are the school’s other athletic award winners:
Cross country: Fenway Breckels and Ayla Laing, top performers.
Junior boys volleyball: Sully Russell, MVP; Julian Rodriguez, most improved.
Senior boys volleyball: Conner McMahon, MVP; Sutter Pilon, coach’s award.
Senior girls basketball: Jamie Addy and Keira Teske, MVPs.
Field hockey: Gill Archer, MVP; Macara Hardiman, coach’s award.
Tennis: Caleb Gandza and Emma Ion, coach’s awards.
Golf: Jackson Barnes, MVP.
Junior boys hockey: Baxter Lawrence, MVP.
Varsity boys hockey: Colton Armitage. MVP.
Junior girls volleyball: Aurora Blundell, MVP; Chloe Turner, rookie of the year.
Senior girls volleyball: Kyleigh TenBroeck, MVP; Jamie Addy, coach’s award.
Junior boys basketball: Noah Budgell and Noah Mills, MVPs.
Senior boys basketball: Sutter Pilon, most improved; MJ Brophy, coach’s award.
Wrestling: Kaeden Phan, novice MVP; Cameron Hooton, junior MVP.
Swimming: Kieran Upton, senior swimmer of the year; Liam White, junior swimmer of the year.
Badminton: Keira Teske, MVP; Gabe Romaniuk and Geert Dykstra, coach’s awards.
Varsity boys soccer: Daniel Flores, MVP; MJ Brophy, coach’s award.
Varsity girls soccer: Holly Bogusat, MVP; Chloe Turner, most improved.
Lacrosse: Colton Armitage and Oliver Vanyo, MVPs.
Boys baseball: Joseph Je, rookie of the year; Cole Jensen, coach’s award.
Girls slo-pitch: Madison Hollingworth and Kaitlyn Leigh, coach’s awards.
Track and field: Fenway Breckels, MVP; Keiran Stewart-Spink, coach’s award; Tayo Adewumi, coach’s appreciation.
Rugby: Max Krammer, MVP; Cameron Hooton, most improved; Mirielle Okundaye, MVP; Talia Cosby, most improved.
Rowing: Callum Wilson and Rebecca Cloke, MVPs.
Dance: Sophie Cadeau, most improved; Ella Harpwood, most dedicated.