Williams Lake Minor Hockey Association president Karen Chabot presents Dylan Telford the peewee division most valuable player award.

Williams Lake Minor Hockey Association president Karen Chabot presents Dylan Telford the peewee division most valuable player award.

Minor hockey players recognized for efforts

After a successful 2014/15 season, the WLMHA busy handing out its house league awards at a series of divisional banquets.



After a successful 2014/15 season, the Williams Lake Minor Hockey Association was busy handing out its house league awards throughout the first week in March at a series of divisional banquets.

Players in the atom, peewee, bantam and midget divisions were recognized in three areas: most improved, most sportsmanlike and most valuable.

Initiation and novice divisions, meanwhile, received team awards for most dedicated, most improved and most sportsmanlike.

The following are this year’s winners:

Atom Division

Most Improved: Nicholas Speed

Most Valuable: Dominik Kniec and Max Sanford

Most Sportsmanlike: Jazmin Guichon

Peewee Division

Most Improved: Sam Fait and Deekon Hutchinson

Most Valuable: Dylan Telford

Most Sportsmanlike: Marissa Ramsay

Bantam Division

Most Improved: Arlen Letnes

Most Valuable: Justice Noel

Most Sportsmanlike: Sheldon Callingham

Midget Division

Most Improved: Dax Setah

Most Valuable: Tanner Nickel

Most Sportsmanlike: Adam Stafford

Daryl Ford Memorial Award: Brenna Ertel and Ben Stafford

Russell Gibson memorial Award: Lucas Patterson

Danielle Helmer Memorial Award: Maddie Hordiuk

Volunteer of the Year: Jessica Larson

Coach of the Year: Tim Lussier