Emo-Devlin-Barwick hockey hardware awarded

Dan “Boomer” Redford took home the Bob Steele Award for his overall versatility and contribution to the senior division as the Emo-Devlin-Barwick Minor Hockey Association held its annual awards banquet April 3.
Mark Lafleur was presented with the 3M Coaching Award for his outstanding commitment and contribution to the coaching of amateur hockey.
One week of hockey school, donated by the Borderland International Hockey School, was won by Jared Baker.
Esso Medallions went to:
•Junior Initiation–Curtis Hill (Most Improved), Luke Judson (Most Dedicated, and Justin Donaldson (Most Sportsmanlike);
•Senior Initiation–Ashe Woolsey (Most Improved), Jared Baker (Most Dedicated), and Clint Brown (Most Sportsmanlike);
•Novice OPP–William Brandon (Most Improved), Travis Showalter (Most Dedicated), and Jeremy Caul (Most Sportsmanlike).
•Novice Wings–Jorden York (Most Improved), Brock Benjamin, Tyson Romyn, and Richard Wieringa (Most Dedicated); and Nathan Brigham (Most Sportsmanlike);
•Atom Selects–David Goodman (Most Improved), Matt Redford (Most Dedicated), and Jake Gill (Most Sportsmanlike);
•Atom Esso Leafs–Joey Galloway (Most Improved), Tanner Kaemigh (Most Dedicated), and Devin Allison (Most Sportsmanlike);
•PeeWee Gillons’ Hawks–Jacob Boettcher (Most Improved), Jonathon Woodgate (Most Dedicated), and Shawn Makinson (Most Sportsmanlike);
•PeeWee Panthers–Mike King (Most Improved), Billy Angus (Most Dedicated), and Jennifer Caul (Most Sportsmanlike);
•Bantam Cowboys–Joel McCoy (Most Improved), Jorden Zen (Most Dedicated), and Garry Curtis (Most Sportsmanlike); and
•Midget Blues–Tuuli Harunpaa (Most Improved), Ron Redford (Most Dedicated), and Terry Martin (Most Sportsmanlike).