Minor football announces award winners for 2020

Penta Completions Estevan Minor Football has recognized its award winners for the 2020 season.

For the Estevan U10 Power Dodge Cudas, the winners are TJ Thompson (team MVP), Jake Hockey (offensive MVP), Mason Lesy (defensive MVP), Nash Faber (sportsmanship), Tucker Karcha (most improved) and Brody Hogg (Canuckcade most dedicated).

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The winners for the Estevan U12 Century 21 Chargers were: Carbin Barker (MVP), Kaleb Crossman (offensive player of the year), Turner Peterson (defensive player of the year), Gage Goetz (sportsmanship), Kayla Mitchell (most improved), Connor Mercer (most driven and dedicated) and Keegan Park (rookie of the year).

For the Estevan Lions Club U14 Oilers, the winners were Tristan Tober (team MVP), Dorian Sifton (offensive player of the year), Brody Bembridge (defensive player of the year), Mercedes Paterson (sportsmanship), Owen Massett (most improved) and Payton Tendler (rookie of the year).

The winners for the Estevan Kinette Club U18 Viragos female team in their inaugural season were Kishi Rioferio (team MVP and offensive MVP), Katryna Heleta (defensive MVP), Hailey Duke (most improved), Mercedes Paterson (most sportsmanlike), Ella Schenher (rookie of the year), Amanda March (offensive lineman of the year) and Abby Renkas (defensive lineman of the year).

Two other award recipients have also been announced. The Chris Lewis-Holly Boreski family, including children James, Savanna, Zachary and Darian, won the Volunteer Family Award, and Mercedes Paterson won the Bryan Illerbrun Memorial Award for dedication to the sport. Paterson played with both the Viragos and the Oilers this year. 

Next week's edition of the Mercury will have more on this story. 

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