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The Holloway Minor Atoms' coaching staff was named coaches-of-the-year in the SMHA this past season. They were honoured at the association's awards banquet recently at the Rotary Complex. From left, front row: Lynne Musselman and Todd McCann. Back row: Don Scott, head coach D.J. Deline and Paul Carter.

SMHA award winners from 2013-14 banquet

Stratford Minor Hockey Association recently held its annual awards banquet at the Rotary Complex.

The following are the players who won most improved, most dedicated or Good Sport awards at the various age levels.

In Novice Tier I, Kaden Brame was most improved, Cole Meadows was most dedicated and Luke Zorgdrager accepted the Good Sport award.

Logan Lott (most improved), Corey Jones (most dedicated) and Aiden Benton (Good Sport) were the award winners in Novice Tier II.

In Novice Tier III, Quinn Appel was most improved, Nathan Gibb was most dedicated, and Brett Knechtel took home the Good Sport award.

In Atom Rep., Nolan Traynor was most improved, Zach Freeland was most dedicated, and Carter Stock received the Good Sport award.

Chadd Langlands was most improved, Cole Lewis was most dedicated, and goalie Ewen Parsons won the Good Sport award on the Minor Atom Rep. team.

In Atom MD, Cameron Hahn was most improved, James Koch was most dedicated, and Ethan Boersma picked up the Good Sport award.

Brett Maguire was most improved in Major Peewee Rep., Dylan Hall was most dedicated, and Jared Searles accepted the Good Sport award.

In Minor Peewee Rep., Alex Cassone was most improved, Jared Lesouder was most dedicated, and Noah Rusen-Steele won the Good Sport award.

In Peewee MD, Ethan Reid was most improved, Josh Smith was most dedicated, and Josh Bossence was given the Good Sport award.

Garrett Culliton was most improved in Minor Peewee MD, Riley Mathieson was most dedicated, and Matthew Whittemore received the Good Sport award.

In Major Bantam Rep., Nathan Ferguson was most improved, goalie Kyle Morning was most dedicated, and Evan Moorehead took home the Good Sport award.

Daniel Pacheco was most improved, Parker Gibbings was most dedicated, and Cameron Hanson was the Good Sport award winner on the Minor Bantam Rep. team.

In Minor Bantam MD, Riley Deline was most improved, Jordan Tessmer was most dedicated, and Brett Stelmachuck the recipient of the Good Sport award.

Sam Knechtel was most improved on the Minor Midget Rep. team, Dalton Carde was most dedicated player, and Josh Rhynard was the Good Sport award winner.

Note: The SMHA will hold its annual general meeting on Wednesday, May 28, starting at 7 p.m., at the Rotary Complex.

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