Awards (West Oxford Inferno Girls Hockey)

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Ontario Trillium House League Player Award
House League Player
This award is presented to a novice player who demonstrates a pure enjoyment of the physical activity of the sport. The recipient of the Ontario Trillium Foundation Award consistently puts forth their best effort and realizes the value of teamwork. She showed dedication and enthusiasm all year to her team and the game. She always gave it her all.
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    Reeve Lamers
    Reeve was selected for this award as she demonstrates the exact traits that every young athlete should strive to achieve. She is talented yet humble. She is positive and always has a smile on her face. She works hard no matter the challenge and always came the arena ready to play and ready to have fun. She was a leader amongst her team and a role model for not only her teammates. But her coaches as well. Her attitude and demeanour reminded the coaches what hockey was all about. - Coach Tyler
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Atom Sportsmanship Award
Atom Player
This award is presented annually to an Atom player who demonstrates a strong work ethic, enthusiasm and dedication to her team. This player exhibits characteristics that demonstrate a passion for the game of hockey and celebration of the sport, whether in victory or loss. She exhibits good sportsmanship, she improves her skill and has a great dedication to her team.
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    Ava Clarke
    Atom C
    Ava came to the rink always ready to give 100% effort on the ice. She rarely missed games or practices. She could always be counted on to work hard each and every shift and when asked to try a different play in a game situation she would do so the next time she hit the ice. Win or lose, Ava would walk out of the rink with a smile on her face. - Coach Rob
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Carolyn Piett Memorial Spirit Award
Peewee Player
This award is presented to the Peewee player who best exhibits the attributes that celebrate the love of the game of hockey that Carolyn Piett inspired as a player, trainer and coach in the girl’s hockey program. Carolyn’s philosophy was “always make your last game your best and since you were never sure when your last game might be, make every game your best”. The recipient of this award will demonstrate enthusiasm and dedication.
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    Martina Baker
    Peewee C
    Martina exemplifies a true love for the game of hockey. She always arrives and leaves the rink with a smile on her face, loves to be around her teammates, and is always working to improve herself in games and practices. Her season was cut short due to a non-hockey related injury, but that did not deter her desire to be involved with the team and wanting to participate with her teammates in the dressing room and cheer on the team from the stands. -Coach Murray
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Adrian Jayne Memorial Award
Bantam Player
This award will be presented to the Bantam girl who exhibits the characteristics inspired by Adrian. Adrian was a true advocate for the spirit that contributed to a team’s success. Rarely missing a practise or a game, his enthusiasm and dedication was exhibited through the commitment he displayed to his teammates and coaches. The full out effort he gave at every opportunity and a show of genuine respect for every player and official on the ice are characteristics that the recipient will exhibit.
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    Sadie Bryant
    Bantam B
    At every opportunity throughout the entire season Sadie gave a full effort. Her hard work, attentiveness, willingness to learn, and dedication to every practice, game, and shift is admirable. Sadie took success and tribulations as an opportunity to grow and improve. Sadie showed devotion to the game by always developing individual skill, hockey IQ, team tactics, and leadership. It was evident she worked hard all season to ensure she was the best player she could be. - Coach Robin
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Terry Zehr President's Award for Leadership
Tori-Lyn Slade
This award is presented to the Midget player who best exhibits leadership characteristics. Through perseverance, dedication and leadership, Terry inspired a group of individuals from Thamesford and Embro to form an Executive and provide a combined recreational and competitive hockey program in 2009, so that girl’s hockey would thrive. The player has exhibited these leadership characteristics during their hockey season this year.
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    Tori-Lyn Slade
    Midget B
    Tori-Lyn has been a stabilizing force in our dressing room all season. She reaches out to all players and ensures every single one feels important and part of the group, and that all players are focused on the team’s goals. On and off the ice Tori-Lyn has been a leader all season and a huge part of the success of the West Oxford Inferno Midget B girls hockey team. - Coach Sean
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