Awards (West Northumberland Girls Hockey Association)

PrintMost Outstanding (MVP)
Most Outstanding (MVP)
This award is given to the player(s), who demonstrates outstanding skill and ability in the game of hockey.
They are often your most contributing player to the overall success of you team and season. They are versatile in their playing ability and get the job done when requested. They are the consummate team player, they will offer up an opportunity for others to be successful without hesitation; they understand the concept of team and work hard to ensure that the overall goal is team, individual success.
Winners By Year
2018
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    Madison Torrieri
    Novice B
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    Kailey Wood
    Atom B
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    Jordyn Mackey
    Peewee B
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    Maci Davis
    Peewee A
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    Alisha Vanslyke
    Bantam BB
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    Morgan Flintoff
    Midget B
  • Rachel Brown
    Midget BB
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    Rachel Jackson
    Midget AA
2017
  • Brielle Osborne
    Novice B
  • Sophie Harold
    Atom BB
  • Reese Morris
    Peewee C
  • Kassidy Lawrence
    Peewee BB
  • Keira Eagleson
    Bantam B
  • Emily Smith
    Bantam A
  • Alisha VanSlyke
    Bantam A
  • Michelle Allison
    Midget B
  • Hannah Taylor
    Midget AA
2016
  • Sophie Harold
    Novice B
  • Kassidy Lawrence
    Atom BB
  • Therine Stevenson
    Peewee BB
  • Baylee van Steijn
    Bantam BB
  • Alison Maudsley
    Bantam A
  • Megan Samis
    Midget BB
  • Hannah Taylor
    Midget AA
  • Sarah Gundry
    Midget AA
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