Alberni Special Olympians earn awards

A slew of Special Olympians in Alberni were recognized for their efforts in an awards ceremony last month.

 

The Special Olympics organization held its awards night last month at Echo Centre, and named its 2010-11 award winners.

Following are the results:

The Colleen Deakin Memorial Sportsmanship Award: Male recipient: Mike MacDonald—Female Recipient: Colleen Baird

Doug Waller Memorial Swim Award: Crystal Domovich

Curling Awards

Most Dedicated—Simone Myers

Most Improved—Tyler Van Kooten

Sportsmanship Award—Jade Vilandre

Track Award: Most Dedicated—Lioba Rehm

Swim Awards: Most Improved—Crystal Domovich

Sportsmanship Award—Karen Tassie

Most Dedicated—Anne Wilson

Special Olympic Bowling Awards

Total Points—62, The Eagles: Donald Stocken, Sarah Young, Norm Sedawie, Kelly Stewart.

Total Pinfall—48,878, The Champs: Brad Cue, Sonya Van Dyk, Karen Tassie, Michael Booth.

Team High Three—1,874, Rollerballs: Fran Kebe, Matthew MacDonald, Jenna Domovich, Tyler Van Kooten.

Team High Single—677, Husky Dogs: Dan Noble, Sydney Hodgson, Mauice Bernier, Ken Tassie.

Ladies High Average—158—Jenna Domovich.

Ladies High Three—523—Kim Ballan.

Ladies High Single—241—Karen Tassie.

Men’s High Average—193—Michael Booth.

Men’s High Three—701—Brad Cue.

Men’s High Score—269—Jade Vilandre.

 

Special Olympic Playoffs  2010-2011

A Division—+143—Hot Shots: Len Marcotte, Kelina Weaver, Wendy McCulloch, Louisa Johnny.

B Division—+300—Tigers: Randy Westra, Lioba Rehm, Nancy Andreatta, Jade Vilandre.

C Division—+148—Grizzlies: Cody Booth, Shea Lenihan, Nathan Wilkinson, Andrew Geddes.

D Divisiion—+40—Annie’s Crew: Annie Wilson, Myles Bernard, Jonah Noonan, Andrea Scott.

 

Most Improved Bowler—Simone Myers—(78 average to 102 average: plus—24)

Wayne Frykas (67 average to 83 average: plus 24)

 

Family Twosome winners: Dan Noble and Al Webb with a score of 1219.

 

Hi-Low Doubles: Bryce Van Kooten and Nathan Wilkinson.

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