Muskies athletes honoured at banquet

The Fort Frances High School Muskies held their annual athletics banquet last Thursday. Awards were handed out for many sports that have taken place throughout the school year as well as awards for overall athletic achievement throughout the school year. Football and hockey awards were previously handed out at individual awards banquets. FFHS Athletic Director Tyson Grinsell also expressed his appreciation to all of the coaches who have volunteered their time this year and to parents who supported their student-athletes all year.
-Allan Bradbury Photos

FFHS Athletic awards 2021-22

GOLF

Boys MVP Ashton Barnes

Girls MVP Maddy Bliss

CURLING

Boys MVP Corbin Riches

Girls MVP Sadie Tolton

Outstanding contribution Emilia Saciuk

BASKETBALL

Jr. Girls MVP Piper Miller

Jr. Girls Outstanding contribution Payton Dolyny

Sr. Girls MVP Tatum Glowasky

Jr. Boys MVP Ben Huziak

Jr. Boys Most Improved Jack Davis

Sr. Boys MVP Cade Beck & Brennan Jourdain

Sportsmanship Award Morgan Perreault

VOLLEYBALL

Jr. Girls MVP Calleigh Councillor

Most Improved Elly Ahrens

Jr. Boys MVP Austin Mosbeck & Aiden Jean

Most Improved Teddy Donaldson

Sr. Girls: MVP Savannah McGinnis

Sr. Girls PHD (Perseverance, Hard work, Determination) Brookelynn Marchuk

Sr. Boys MVP Kade Oster

BADMINTON

Sr. MVP Emerson Evans & Tatum Ronmark

Jr. MVP Julia Guertin

Most Improved Taryn Oster, Payton Dolyny

SOCCER

Girls MVP Kathryn Fischer

Girls Outstanding Contribution Monika Ruppenstein

Girls Rookie of the year Payton Dolyny

Girls Most Improved McKenna McTavish

Girls Most Sportsmanlike Chloe Dolyny

Boys MVP Ashton Barnes & Brandon Croswell

Boys Most sportsmanlike Emerson Evans

CROSS COUNTRY

Boys MVP Trent Wilson

Girls MVP Leah Seguin

TRACK & FIELD

MVP Trent Wilson

Most Improved Ben Huziak & Avery Sinclair

GRADE 12 ACADEMIC AND ATHLETIC ACHIEVEMENT

Girls Tatum Glowasky

Boys Corbin Riches

SPORTSMANSHIP & PERSEVERANCE

Chloe Dolyny

Monika Ruppenstein

OVERALL ROOKIES OF THE YEAR

Because there was no opportunity for rookie of the year last year, grade nine and grade 10 students were chosen for rookie of the year this year.

Girls Grade 9 Payton Dolyny

Girls Grade 10 Piper Miller

Boys Grade 9 Niko Ruppenstien

Boys Grade 10 Ben Huziak

HEART AND SOUL AWARD

Morgan Perreault

LETTERMAN AWARDS

(Eight sports over career)

Christian Armstrong

Tatum Glowasky

CERTIFICATES

(Six sports over career)

Kathryn Fischer

Ashton Barnes

Emma Yerxa

Emma Toriseva

Jake McKinnon

MALE ATHLETES OF THE YEAR

Ashton Barnes & Christian Armstrong

FEMALE ATHLETE OF THE YEAR

Tatum Glowasky

Christian Armstrong, left, and Tatum Glowasky won Male and Female Athlete of the year. Ashton Barnes (missing) was also named Male Athlete of the Year. Armstrong and Glowasky also both won the Letterman Award. Glowasky also won Sr. Girls Basketball MVP as well as the award for Academic and Athletic Achievement.

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