Top Ravens: RHS rewards athletes
COXHEATH, NS — Riverview High School recently announced its annual winners for the 2021-22 School Sport Nova Scotia seasons.
Anthony Lecky, Chloe Parsons and Ella Bottomley were the recipients of the Coxheath-based school’s athlete of the year award.
Lecky was named Male Athlete of the Year after winning several team awards, including Most Valuable Player in Baseball and Division 1 Basketball. He also claimed the Coach’s Award for the Senior Team athletics.
Parsons and Bottomley received Female Athletes of the Year.
Parsons was the most valuable player in Division 1 football and basketball. Bottomley won most valuable player awards for cross country and senior track and field.
Meanwhile, Julia Mombourquette and Jai Cunsolo Wilox received varsity athletes of the year.
Mombourquette was the Division 1 soccer team’s Most Valuable Player as well as the winner of the Coach’s Award for Senior Athletics. Wilox won the coach’s award for Division 1 football.
For baseball, along with Lecky, Cory MacAdam was named MVP, while Mitchell Kendall was Most Dedicated Player and Cohan Harries won the Coach’s Award.
In distance running, for the women’s team, Rebecca MacKinnon was the rookie of the year, while Olivia Burke won the coach award and Drea Shepherd won the most improved award.
On the boys’ side, Ryan Lemoine was MVP, Marcus Kelly won Rookie of the Year, Jesse MacLean and Gahan Rector were Coach’s Award winners and Daniel McAllister was Most Improved.
For Division 1 Women’s Soccer, Erica Boone was the Coach’s Award winner, while Lila MacLeod won the Outstanding Effort Award.
Meanwhile, in Division 1 men’s soccer, Marc Ouandji won the team’s most outstanding player award, Jack Gogan was the coach’s award winner and Kyle MacDonald was named rookie of the year. .
In junior varsity women’s soccer, Gracey Smith received MVP honors, Hailey Dwyer-Parsons received the leadership award, and Jordan Adams received the coach’s award.
For the boys team, Thomas MacDonald was Most Valuable Player, Mark Jennings won the Leadership Award, Gahan Rector won Best Offensive Player and Noah MacKinnon received Rookie of the Year.
Madeleine LeVert won the Division 1 Volleyball Team MVP award, while Abby Dove was Most Improved Player, Elizabeth LeVatte was Rookie of the Year and Cassie MacLeod received the coach.
As for the Junior College Volleyball award winners, Eve Somers was Most Valuable Player, Taylor MacLean won Rookie of the Year, and Kiera Rose was the team’s Best Defensive Player.
In Division 1 men’s basketball, Thomas MacDonald was the coach award winner, Eli Tunnicliff was the most improved and Blake Herve won the helmet award.
On the girls’ side, Abbey Gallaway was the top offensive MVP, Morgan LeCouter was the top defensive MVP, and Hillary Huntington received the coach’s award.
For the junior varsity boys’ basketball team, Cory MacAdam won the highest honor as MVP, Seth Ward was the coach’s award winner, Oliver Todd picked up the sportsmanship award and Daniel McAllister was the recipient of the hardest worker award.
On the women’s team, Ayanna MacNeil received the MVP award, while Bhreagh Dean received the leadership award, Autumn Brown and Gracey Smith were the most improved players and Danni Usher was the rookie of the year.
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As for the hockey team, Noah MacKinnon was the MVP, Royce Balcom and Gahan Rector shared the rookie of the year, and Liam Robertson and Patrick Hinchey both received the coach’s award.
Jaiden Ryan won Rugby Team MVP honours, while Hillary Huntington was Offensive Player of the Year, Alyssa Walker was Defensive Player of the Year and Autumn Brown won Rookie of the Year.
For slo-pitch, Hillary Huntington was Girls’ MVP, Elizabeth Hill was awarded Rookie of the Year, Kameryn Lahey was Top Hitcher and Julia Jessome picked up the Coach’s Award.
On the men’s team, Matt Pellerin and Luke Timmons were the MVPs, Blake Herve was the top hitter, and Gahan Rector was the coach’s award winner.
Meanwhile, the Intermediate Track and Field team named Blake Hervé and Timothée Lethuillier as MVPs, Rebecca MacKinnon and Marcus Kelly were the top rookies of the year, and William Stonehouse won the coach’s award.
In senior track and field, Tristan Bonnell was the Men’s MVP, while Mariah Herve and Ryan Lemoine were the Coach’s Award winners, and Jaiden Ryan and Daniel McAllister received the Sportsmanship Award.
Finally, Simon Clements received the only award for the golf team. He was the club’s most valuable player.
– Male Athlete of the Year – Anthony Lecky
– Female Athlete of the Year – Ella Bottomley and Chloe Parsons
– Scholarship Athletes of the Year – Julia Mombourquette and Jai Cunsolo Wilox
Team Prize Winners:
– Most Valuable Player – Cory MacAdam and Anthony Lecky
– Most Devoted – Mitchell Kendall
– Coach Award – Cohan Harries
– Most Valuable Player – Simon Clements
Girls Cross Country Race
– Most Valuable Player – Ella Bottomley
– Rookie of the Year – Rebecca MacKinnon
– Coach Award – Olivia Burke
– Most Improved – Drea Shepherd
Boys Cross Country Race
– Most Valuable Player – Ryan Lemoine
– Rookie of the Year – Marcus Kelly
– Coach Award – Jesse MacLean and Gahan Rector
– Most Improved – Daniel McAllister
Boys Division 1 Football
– Most Valuable Player – Marc Ouandji
– Coach Award – Jai Cunsolo Wilox
– Gladiator’s Award – Jack Gogan
– Rookie of the Year – Kyle MacDonald
Girls Division 1 Soccer
– Most Valuable Player – Julia Mombourquette and Chloe Parsons
– Coach Award – Erica Boone
– Outstanding Effort Award – Lila MacLeod
Junior boys varsity soccer
– Most Valuable Player – Thomas MacDonald
– Leadership Award – Mark Jennings
– Best Offensive Player – Gahan Rector
– Rookie of the Year – Noah MacKinnon
Girls Junior Varsity Soccer
– Most Valuable Player – Gracey Smith
– Leadership Award – Hailey Dwyer-Parsons
– Coach Award – Jordan Adams
Girls Division 1 Volleyball
– Most Valuable Player – Madeleine LeVert
– Most Improved – Abby Dove
– Rookie of the Year – Elizabeth LeVatte
– Coach Award – Cassie MacLeod
Girls Junior Varsity Volleyball
– Most Valuable Player – Eve Somers
– Rookie of the Year – Taylor MacLean
– Best Defensive Player – Keira Rose
Basketball Division 1 Boys
– Most Valuable Player – Anthony Lecky
– Coach Award – Thomas MacDonald
– Most Improved – Eli Tunnicliff
– Helmet price – Blake Hervé
Basketball Division 1 Girls
– Most Valuable Player – Chloe Parsons
– Most Valuable Offensive Player – Abbey Gallaway
– Defensive Most Valuable Player – Morgan LeCouter
– Coach Award – Hillary Huntington
Boys’ Junior Varsity Basketball
– Most Valuable Player – Cory MacAdam
– Coach Award – Seth Ward
– Sportsmanship Award – Oliver Todd
– Hardest Worker – Daniel McAllister
Girls Junior Varsity Basketball
– Most Valuable Player – Ayanna MacNeil
– Leadership Award – Bhreagh Dean
– Most Improved – Autumn Brown and Gracey Smith
– Rookie of the Year – Danni Usher
– Most Valuable Player – Noah MacKinnon
– Rookie of the Year – Royce Balcom and Gahan Rector
– Coach Award – Liam Robertson and Patrick Hinchey
– Most Valuable Player – Jaiden Ryan
– Offensive Player of the Year – Hillary Huntington
– Defensive Player of the Year – Alyssa Walker
– Rookie of the Year – Fall Brown
– Most Valuable Player – Matt Pellerine and Luke Timmons
– Best hitter – Blake Hervé
– Coach Award – Gahan Rector
– Most Valuable Player – Hillary Huntington
– Rookie of the Year – Elizabeth Hill
– Top Hitter – Kameryn Lahey
– Coach Award – Julia Jessome
Athletics – Intermediate
– Most Valuable Player – Blake Hervé and Timothée Lethuillier
– Rookie of the Year – Rebecca MacKinnon and Marcus Kelly
– Coach Award – William Stonehouse
Athletics – Senior
– Most Valuable Player – Ella Bottomley and Tristan Bonnell
– Coach’s Award – Mariah Herve, Ryan Lemoine, Julia Mombourquette and Anthony Lecky
– Sportsmanship Award – Jaiden Ryan and Daniel McAllister
Jeremy Fraser is the sports reporter for the Cape Breton Post. Follow him on Twitter @CBPost_Jeremy.