McNairn, Jarvis, Hartle, top athletes at Seaway High

 

Described as dedicated all-round athletes, AJ Jarvis, Casey McNairn and Jessica Hartle were named Seaway District High School’s Outstanding Athletes last Tuesday, June 17.

The three, all competitors in a number of sports, were described as hard working, dedicated team players, inspirations to their teammates and great ambassadors for Seaway.

A grade 11 student, Jarvis who was named the Outstanding Male Athlete has competed in a number of sports since he started high school. This year saw him on the volleyball and basketball courts and the soccer pitch. In addition to the Top Male Athlete award he was named the senior boys most valuable soccer player.

 Unfortunately, due to his high level of play on the ice (AJ played Junior A hockey level 2 hockey this past season with the Brockville Braves and some OHA hockey with the Kingston Frontenacs), he was ineligible to play for the Seaway Spartan boys hockey team. His presence was missed and he was however, among their biggest fans.

“AJ is an intense player and team mate,” said Mark Lewis who made the presentations. “He challenges himself and his team mates to be their very best always, including at practise.”

Named as Outstanding Female Athlete was grade 12 student Casey McNairn. Casey too is an all round athlete and throughout her high school career she has played a number of sports. This year Casey was co-captain of  Seaway’s senior girls’ EOSSAA championship volleyball team with Sophia Currier. She and Currier were also named this year’s senior girls volleyball MVPs.

Casey, who plays defence, received a certificate for her dedication from hockey coach Carrie Gilmour and shared the senior girls badminton MVP award with Danielle Whitteker.

Along with her talent and determination, Casey was described by Lewis as a “great team player, willing to give everything for the team to succeed.”

It is a truly huge honour for a student at Seaway to be named the recipient of the Irv Francis Award for excellence in Athletics, Academics and Sportsmanship, and so the fact that Jessica Hartle won the Irv Francis for a consecutive year, speaks for her abilities.

This year Jessica played volleyball, basketball, soccer and badminton. “Over her career at Seaway, Jessica was a true asset to the athletic department,” said Lewis. “She always helped out when needed and was a fierce competitor on the field. Jessica is a true example of a student-athlete who has served Seaway proudly.”

 

Seaway District High School

Athletic Awards 2013-2014 School Year

Irv Francis Award Winner-Jessica Hartle

Top Male Athlete-AJ Jarvis

Top Female Athlete-Casey McNairn

X-Country

MVP Brynn Gilmour

Perseverance winners Brandon Bass and Taylor Pratt

Dedication Certificate-Andrew Hanna

Volleyball

Senior girls: MVP-Sophia Currier & Casey McNairn

Sportsmanship-Jessica Hartle

Most Improved-Kaitlyn Geurkink

Junior girls: MVP-Kendra Buter & Kristina Howard

 Most Improved-Madison Drennan

Dedication Certificates-Elese St. Louis & Allison Lee

Sportsmanship Awards-Abby MacMillan & Teisha Mullin

Senior Boys: MVP-Devin Miller

 Sportsmanship-Andy Hunter.

Junior Boys: MVP-Cody Smail

Basketball

Senior girls: MVP-Tiffany Roskell

Junior Girls: MVP-Jane van Moorsel

Senior Boys: MVP-Luke Strader & Jordan St. Louis

Junior Boys: MVP-Dillan Sullivan

Dedication Cert.-Jean Guy Kronstal & Mitchell Woodward

Curling Medal- Jacob Graham

Golf Medal-Alice Cameron

Soccer

Senior Girls: MVP-Tiffany Roskell

Senior Girls Coaches Award-Melissa Stevens

Junior Girls: MVP-Elese St. Louis

Dedication Certificate-Cassie Hummel

Sportsmanship-Abby MacMillan

Senior Boys: MVP-AJ Jarvis

Most Dedicated-Tristen Hanes

Junior Boys: MVP-Cole Fowler

Sportsmanship: Andrew Hanna & Emily Hector

Tennis

Dedication Certificates: Austin Baxter & Michael Butler

Hockey

Girls MVP-Christyn Veinotte

Girls Character-Taylor Van Allen

Dedication-Mallorie Dejong & Casey McNairn

Sportsmanship-Melissa Stevens, Peyton Bradford

Boys MVP-Tanner Hummel & Jordan Smail

Boys Character-Josh Martineau

Dedication-Andrew Hanna & Cole Fowler

Sportsmanship Awards-Randy Keller & Zack Frawley

Badminton

Midget MVPs-Griffin Patterson & Randy Keller

Junior MVPs-Madison Drennan & Ashley Whitteker

Senior MVPs-Casey McNairn & Danielle Whitteker

Overall MVPs Ashley Whitteker & Danielle Whitteker

Dedication Awards-Jane van Moorsel, Darren Stinson, 

Maggie Wells & Logan Hummel

Sportsmanship Awards-Brittany Ault, Kody Arsenault

Track and Field

E for Effort-Cassie Hummel

Rookie of the Year-Kaitlyn Stewart

MVP Maggie Wells

Skating

Nathan Last Award-Kendra Buter

Coaches Award-Kaitlyn Stewart

 

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