2019 CZHA Banquet Award Recipients, News (Clarington Zone Hockey)

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2019 CZHA Banquet Award Recipients
Submitted By nschoonderbeek on Friday, April 26, 2019
The annual CZHA banquet was held on Wednesday, April 10 at Rickard Hall. Thank you to everyone who brought non-perishable food items in support of the Clarington East Food Bank.

Below is a list of the 2019 award recipients.

Novice
Leadership: Cooper Ross
Most Improved: Beau Ruddock
Unsung Hero: Gavin Murphy

Minor Atom
Leadership: Keaton Ardagh
Most Improved: Braiden Schlitt
Unsung Hero: Matteo Parcero

Atom
Unsung Hero award: Tate Ryan
Leadership Award: Kayden Brand
Best Defensive Forward: Matthew Souter

Minor Peewee
Most Improved Player: Owen Laton
Best Defensive Forward: Trenton Bonneveld
Unsung Hero: Parker Robbins (Goalie)

Peewee
Leadership: Carson Hall
Best Defensive Forward: Blake Wright
Unsung Hero: Drew Gaulton

Minor Bantam
Leadership Award: Charlie Vanhaverbeke
Defensive MVP: Iain Wintle
Unsung Hero: John McKinney

Bantam
Most Improved: Matthew Stringer
Best Defenseman: Lucas Littlejohn
Unsung Hero: Ethan Vivian

Minor Midget
Most Improved Player: Hayden Barry
Leadership: Leyton Aitken
Unsung Hero: Gage Mathieson
Josh Bailey Top Prospect: Jake Dupuis

Midget
Leadership: Owen Denoble
Unsung Hero: Dean Taylor

Lifetime Toro Awards: Aidan O'Brien, Zachary Smith, Connor Davies, Ryan Chaffey

Thank you to our Director of Photos & Awards, Andy Lee Wuk Len, for organizing this successful event.
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