Algoma Vet Clinic Celebrates Athletes

Algoma Vet Clinic Celebrates Athletes

At the annual CASS Athletic Banquet, several athletes were recognized as Athlete of the Month, sponsored by Algoma Veterinary Clinic.

These athletes are recognized for their:

  • Sportsmanship (respect coaches, officials, opponents, teammates)
  • Commitment (toward practices, games and continued improvement)
  • Honesty (playing by rules, character)
  • Positive attitude and enthusiasm for their sport both on and off the field/court
  • Toughness (both mental and physical)
  • Work Ethic
  • Teamwork
  • Focus and Discipline
  • Perseverance (overcoming challenges)

For the months of September/October, Wyatt Hill and Brooke Rivers were recognized for their efforts and leadership in boys volleyball and girls basketball respectively.

In November and December Mackenzie Whitfield was recognized for her hard work, dedication and improvement in girls basketball.  Adam Robinson was recognized for his leadership and positive attitude and enthusiasm in boys volleyball. 

Tyler Greco was honoured for his dedication, hard work and perseverance in boys hockey for the months of January and February, while Baylee Bock was recognized for the same attributes in girls basketball, with both athletes playing through injuries in starring roles.

In March and April, Caleb Parker was recognized for sportsmanship, work ethic and teamwork in the sport of badminton and track and field, whereas Gwen Allard excelled in wrestling and track and field. 

The last recognition, for May and June went to Jenna Fleming and Blake Dunning, whose commitment and work ethic led both of them to the OFSAA track and field championships. 

CASS Athletics would like to thank and recognize Dr. Keith Good and Dr. Andrea Lazier for their generous donation towards these athletes.  Each Athlete of the Month received a $20 gift card from Sportchek.

Pictured above (L-R) Mackenzie Whitfield, Adam Robinson, Tyler Greco, Baylee Brock, Caleb Parker, Gwen Allard, Jenna Fleming & Blake Dunning.

 

Submitted by Nigel Good
Athletic Director Central Algoma Secondary School