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Charlottetown Rural hands out athletic awards

Charlottetown Rural High School recently handed out its year-end athletic awards. From left are Thomas Hogan (Shaul Gyori award and co- male athlete of the year), Logan MacCallum (co-male athlete of the year), Mia Fradsham (female athlete of the year) and Julia Freeburn (Frank J. Costello award)
Charlottetown Rural High School recently handed out its year-end athletic awards. From left are Thomas Hogan (Shaul Gyori award and co- male athlete of the year), Logan MacCallum (co-male athlete of the year), Mia Fradsham (female athlete of the year) and Julia Freeburn (Frank J. Costello award) - Contributed
CHARLOTTETOWN, P.E.I. —

A look at the award winners from the recent Charlottetown Rural High School athletic awards banquet.

Athletes of the year

Female – Mia Fradsham.

Male – Logan MacCallum and Thomas Hogan.

Frank J. Costello award – Julia Freeburn.

Shaul Gyori spirit award – Thomas Hogan.

Rookies of the year

Female – Emma Stanley.

Male – Wil Fradsham and Tyler Taylor.

Charlottetown Rural High School recently handed out its year-end athletic awards. The Raiders rookies of the year are, from left, Tyler Taylor, Emma Stanley and Wil Fradsham.
Charlottetown Rural High School recently handed out its year-end athletic awards. The Raiders rookies of the year are, from left, Tyler Taylor, Emma Stanley and Wil Fradsham.

Team awards

Cross country

Girls – Laura Davison.

Boys – Wil Fradsham.

Baseball

Most improved – Rhyan Storr.

MVP – Nolan Ryan.

Field hockey

Most improved – Lindsey Doiron and Ashlyn Kelly.

Melanie Coulter memorial MVP award – Alexis Wood.

A girls’ soccer

Most improved – Casey Currie.

Aaron Jarvis MVP award – Maggie Rae Dennis and Jamie MacAulay.

AAA girls’ soccer

Coaches award – Mary Cate Dodds

Alan Godfrey memorial MVP award – Emily Cormier.

A boys’ soccer

Coaches Aaward – Devon Keaveny.

MVP – Grayson MacPherson.

AAA boys’ soccer

Coaches award – Parker MacLeod  

Lowell Stewart MVP award – Riad Jaha.

A girls’ volleyball

Most improved – Brenna Ing.

MVP – Andrea Burns and Selina Mahajer.

AAA girls’ volleyball

Coaches award – Devon Lawlor.
MVP – Megan McCarron.
AAA boys’ volleyball

Coaches award – Thomas Hogan.

MVP – Nolan Ryan.

A girls’ basketball

Coaches award – Lauren McEntee.

MVP – Molly Birtwistle and Casey Currie.

AAA girls’ basketball

Coaches award – Julia Freeburn and Emma Seviur.

MVP – Devon Lawlor.

A boys’ basketball

Most improved – Sam Crockett.

MVP – Tyson Monaghan.

AAA boys’ basketball

Most improved – Nolan Ryan.           

Dale Farish MVP award – Logan MacCallum.

A girls’ rugby Team One                                  

Most improved – Emma MacNeil.                                                     

MVP – Avery Bradley.              

A girls’ rugby Team Two                                  

Coaches award – Abby MacPherson and Laura Wheatley.

MVP – Lauren Misener.

AAA girls’ rugby

Coaches award – Holly Boudreau.                                                                                        

MVP – Mia Fradsham and Julia Freeburn.

A boys’ rugby

Coaches Award – Alex McCarron.                             

John Michael Murphy MVP award – Carson Harding.          

AAA boys’ rugby

Coaches Award – Thomas Hogan.

Mike Lloyd MVP award – Kieran Gallant.

Girls’ softball

Most improved – Emma Hughes.

MVP – Ellie Conohan.

Golf

Girls MVP – Grace Yeo.

Boys MVP – Nick Reeves.

Badminton

Co-girls MVP – Megan McCarron and Alex McMonagle.

Boys MVP – Alex Zhang.

Track and field

Juvenile girls – Emma Stanley.

Juvenile boys – Will Fradsham.

Senior girls – Mia Fradsham.

Senior boys – Jeremy Neuffer.

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