Players honoured by Mid-Isle Soccer Club

Ladysmith youth soccer teams presented their player awards April 17.

Deonya Calori receives a hug from coach Sandy Dick after being named her U14/15 Girls soccer team's MVP during the Mid-Isle Soccer Club's annual general meeting and awards night April 17.

Deonya Calori receives a hug from coach Sandy Dick after being named her U14/15 Girls soccer team's MVP during the Mid-Isle Soccer Club's annual general meeting and awards night April 17.

It was a night of congratulations and celebrations when the Mid-Isle Soccer Club held its annual general meeting and player awards night April 17.

This season, there were 350 players on 12 youth teams and 12 Pony teams.

“I’m tremendously proud of what this organization is doing, and the future is bright,” said past president Mark Saunders. “I think it’s been just another outstanding year for the Mid-Isle Soccer Club.”

For the young Pony teams, the Green Goblins presented their MVP award to Christian Brassens, while Julia-lee Griffin was named Most Sportsmanlike, and Merek Smith was named Most Improved.

The Orange Machine’s MVP was Robbie Bollinger, while the team named Ben Collins its Most Sportsmanlike Player and Julian Wylie  its Most Improved Player.

Marc Marchand’s Pony team presented its MVP award to James Joyce, while Thomas Guevara Mix won Most Sporstmanlike, and Logan Steel won Most Improved.

Marcus Stelter won the MVP award for the Pink Fire Bombs, while Clifton Tollefson won Most Sportsmanlike, and Annabella Charley won Most Improved.

The MVP for the Yellow Rockets was Nolan Freer, while Valerie Kurylowich was named Most Sportsmanlike, and Marcus Jessome won the Most Improved Player award.

The Thunder Birds chose Diago Mix as their MVP.

Other winners, as chosen by their coaches and teammates, were:

• U11 Girls: MVP — Mary Nicholls, Most Sportsmanlike — Ava Wilson, Most Improved — Janet Leblanc

• U11 Boys: MVP — Liam Pakosz, Most Sportsmanlike — Luke Griffin, Most Improved — Luke McAuliffe

• U12 Girls: MVP — Olivia Mazurenko, Most Sportsmanlike — Mahala Grubac, Most Improved — Addison Graves

• U12 Boys: MVP — Derek Miller, Most Sportsmanlike — Seth Wyman, Most Improved — Finn Bond

• U13 Girls: Most Sportsmanlike — Olivia Rettig, Most Improved — Theresa Putz

• U13 Boys: MVP — Josh Buffie, Most Sportsmanlike — Grayson MacDonald, Most Improved — Devon Lassam

• U14/15 Girls: MVP — Aliyah Griffin, Most Sportsmanlike — Mandy Munroe, Most Improved — Madison Carter

• U14/15 Girls: MVP — Deonya Calori, Most Sportsmanlike — Autumn Cooper, Most Improved — Chelsey Jagusiak

• U14/15 Boys: MVP — David Rankin, Most Sportsmanlike — Jake Griffin, Most Improved — Matthew Vickberg

• U16/18 Girls: MVP — Sydney Jordan, Most Sportsmanlike — Emily Adams, Most Improved — Holly Lynne Kotylak.