STMC hands out athletic awards

Burnaby independent school also gave out Knight of the Year honours


Zion Corrales-Nelson and Justin DesLauriers were named the senior athletes of the year at St. Thomas More Collegiate.

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Caileen Corbett and Anthony Prpic picked up the girls’ and boys’ junior athletes of the year, respectively, while Shiloh Corrales-Nelson and Michael Risi were the Grade 8 athletes of the year at the Burnaby independent school.

STM also handed out its Knight of the Year awards.

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Zion Corrales-Nelson, in red, was named the senior female athlete of the year at St. Thomas More Collegiate this season. - courtesy Wilson Wong/UBC athletics

Taylor McIntosh won the senior award over runner-ups Alessandro Te, Ivan Anicic, Julia Halabourda and Nabil Ali-Mohamad.

Joel Calica was named Grade 11 Knight over a shortlist of Renzelle Mendoza, Stephanie Von Reidemann, Lachlan Williams and Olivia Padron.

Andrew Juni took the junior Knight honour.

Anthony Prpic, Juliana Casas and Maria Napolitano were also nominated.

Grade 9 Knight of the Year went to Maya Mistry. Jana Galvez, Tyler Eckert and Joshua Marchese were runners-up.

Daniel Auld won Grade 8 Knight of the Year, while Mathew Ponis, Sara Smyth and Amanda Silveri were also nominated.

Winners of the age-grade spirt awards were Gabriella Bellini, Kayla Hayek, Luke Bondi, Natalie Nelson and Lorenzo Cirillo.

David Durnberger won the Larry Johnston Memorial Award for STM’s outstanding citizen.

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