RDHS celebrates its sports success stories

RUSC Challenge The Rockland United Soccer Club is setting up a Challenger Program to help provide children and youth with special needs with an opportunity to enjoy playing soccer. Practice sessions for the RUSC Challenge are Thurs- days, 6:30 p.m., at Dutrisac Park off of Caron Street in Rockland. Registration and payment for the program is available online at www. For more information on the program, email Program start date will be announced once a minimum number of registrations are confirmed. – Gregg Chamberlain The Athletes of the Year awards for the 2014-2015 term went to Nick Kowbel for intermediat boys, Kiera Yuill intermediate girls, Spencer Murray junior boys, Melissa Eastern Ontario Secondary School Athletic Association championships (EOSSAA). In senior basketball, Thomas Keith was namedMVP whileMadison Philips claimed the honour for the girls. For soccer, MVP nominations went to Brennan Beattie in senior boys, AndrewClement in junior boys, and Lyianna Rudeen in varsity girls. Lindsey Sabourin received this year’s junior girls volleyball nomination. For girls rugby, Melissa Farmer was named junior MVP and Summer Macwha senior MVP. Jesse Campbell received the junior boys award. In track-and-field the junior MVP went to Gavin Westbrook and the senior to Tanner Van Every.

Farmer junior girls, Thomas Keith senior boys and Madison Forrester senior girls. This year’s Ray Jones Leadership in Sports award went to Madison Forrester.


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At the intermediate level, Bronya Kanigan and Craig Farmer were named for girls and boys basketball. The cross-country MVP awards went to Jaddus Savoie and Kiera Yuill. Bella Inglis received the girls MVP for volleyball while Nicholas Kowbel was named for the boys. In rugby, Jesse Stewart earned the boys MVP with Abby Westbrook taking the girls. Yuill received the girls soccer MVP nomina- tionwhile Ethan Zito earned the boys award. In track-and-field Jillian Van Every received the girls award and Jason Marion the boys. At the secondary level, the hockey MVP awards when to Mason MacDonald and Sydney Beaudry for boys and girls varsity. Spencer Murray received the junior boys MVP award in basketball. He and the rest of the Wildcats junior boys also claimed the Prescott-Russell championship title this season and went on to compete at the


Faster. Higher. Stronger. The motto of the Olympic Games is also the spirit of all the athletes at Rockland District High School as staff and students assembled for the annual Celebration of Success awards presentation. The first week of June before the start of the final cramming for exams saw a little of relaxation and a lot of cheering during a special assembly for the efforts of students in all sorts of fields during the past year. The event began with recognition and awards for athletic endeavours over the past school year starting with theMost Valuable Player nominees among both male and female athletes across several categories of sports.

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