Holy Cross’ athletic award winners
Connor Watson and Amanda Hemphill were named Holy Cross’ athletes of the year.
Watson was captain of the hockey and lacrosse teams and Hemphill excelled at basketball, volleyball and rowing.
Following are the rest of the St. Catharines high school’s athletic award winners:
Varsity football: Noah Wainwright, defensive MVP; Tinashe Dandato, offensive MVP; James Walsh, Coaches Award; John Serrano, The Roberto Ferrelli Memorial Award; Zack Bechard, junior defensive award; Serrano, junior offensive award.
Basketball: Mackenzie Brown, senior female outstanding contribution; Adrian Waszak, senior male most improved; Josiah Galdones, junior male outstanding leadership; Logan Brown, junior female MVP; Josiah Galdones, junior male Jamie Fiocca Award.
Volleyball: Amanda Hemphill, senior female outstanding performance; Chiara Vander Zalm, junior female MVP; Adam Topolinsky, senior male MVP; Noah Jesik, junior male MVP.
Hockey: Connor Watson, male outstanding leadership; Kaydra Corney, female rookie of the year.
Curling: Jacob Brettel, outstanding leadership.
Swimming: Sarah Williams, female outstanding dedication; Gabriel Murray male outstanding dedication.
Badminton: Ava Curvello, outstanding participation.
Soccer: Shelby Parker, female outstanding contribution; Altin Ibrahimi, male MVP; Luka Peso, The Jon Kovachs Memorial Award.
Lacrosse: Aaron Ward, male outstanding contribution; Aliyah Howard and Cassie Scott, senior female MVPs; Avery Penner and Emma Penner, junior female MVPs.
Golf: Evan Miller, outstanding performance.
Squash: Mitchell Brown, outstanding enthusiasm.
Cross country: Noah Lavoie, junior male outstanding performance; Campbell Lee, senior male outstanding performance.
Ski/snowboard club: Jesse Van de Laar, most improved.
Track and field: Campbell Lee, outstanding performance.
Tennis: Alejandro DeLeon, outstanding leadership.
Rowing: Amanda Hemphill, senior female outstanding performance; Ethan DeLuca, junior male outstanding performance; Jacob Tyrer, senior male outstanding performance; Alex Wiley, junior female outstanding performance; Maisie Rappit, novice female outstanding performance; Melanie Paul, Kristen French Memorial Award.
Softball: Jayde Dominey-McLean, female MVP.