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Cents award winners recognized
Wednesday, April 11, 2012 - Submitted by BCHL Media/Merritt Centennials

The Merritt Centennials capped off the 2011-12 season with their annual awards banquet before a packed audience last week at the Merritt Legion Hall.

The player award winners were determined by voting among the players along with consideration from the coaching staff.

Most Improved Player: Tyler Martin
Academic Scholar: Reece Willcox
Most Promising Player: Brendan Lamont
Most Game Winning Goals: Evan Stack
Leading Scorer: Regan Soquila
Best Plus-Minus: Chad Brears
Most Gentlemanly Player: Carter Shinkaruk
Rookie of the Year: Dylan Chanter
Best Defenceman: Reece Willcox
Joe Tennant Award - Most Dedicated Player: Billy Marshall
Unsung Hero: Lino Chimienti & Tyler Steel
Leadership & Ability: Brent Fletcher
Playoff MVP: Brent Fletcher
Most Valuable Player: Evan Stack
Friend of Ska-Lu-La: Steve Tresierra

In addition to the player awards, Evan Stack, Billy Marshall and Richard Sabourin were recognized for their work at the Ska-Lu-La Workshop in Merritt.

Long-time volunteer and Booster Club member Rusty Brewer also awarded scorekeeper George Cavaliere, Carol Sabourin (Richard's mother) and captain Evan Stack with her Difference Maker awards.

 
 
Cliff Ronning

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Which currently uncommitted player most deserves a scholarship?
  Scott Clark, Alberni Valley
  Jake Lucchini, Trail
  Aidan Pelino, Chilliwack
  Dante Fabbro, Penticton
  Jeremiah Luedtke, Prince George
  Jonah Imoo, Merritt
VIEW RESULTS
Justin Rai (PG) 3
Joseph Drapluk (SUR) 3
Eric Margo (AV) 3
Nic Gomerich (PR) 2
Alex Brooks-Potts () 2
Rory Bell (CHI) 2
Corey Mackin (COQ) 2
Josh Teves (MER) 2
Marco Ballarin (PG) 2
Kyle Marino (WK) 2

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