NBIAA Awards

2017 Sportsmanship Awards Banquet

The New Brunswick Interscholastic Athletic Association held its 12th Annual Sportsmanship Awards Banquet on Tuesday, May 9th, 2017 at St. Thomas University in Rigby Hall in Fredericton.

Twenty student athletes (listed below) from the NBIAA’s four conferences received the Raymond Légère Sportsmanship Awards. These students have shown outstanding qualities of sportsmanship throughout the school year while participating in NBIAA sports.

Raymond Légère

The top two, one male and one female, in each school category, will receive the William S. Ritchie Sportsmanship Award.

The William S. Ritchie Sportsmanship Award winners were: (photo from left to right)

William S. Ritchie

AAA Girls
Melanie Belong - Bernice MacNaughton High School

A Girls
Annie Camp - Minto Memorial High School

AA Girls
Vanessa McGaw - St. Stephen High School

AA Boys
Andrew Lanteigne - James M. Hill Memorial High School

A Boys
Dawson Nancekievill - Hartland Community School

AAA Boys
Alec Ferguson - Leo Hayes High School


Northern Conference Sportsmanship Winners / Prix pour l’esprit sportif de la conférence du nord

Class / gender/ genre

Name / nom

School / École

A Girls / Filles

Robyn Phillips

Dalhousie Regional High School

A Boys / Garçons

Daniel Richard

Blackville School

AA Girls / Filles

n/a

 

AA Boys / Garçons

Andrew Lanteigne

James M. Hill Memorial High School

AAA Girls / Filles

Hayley Somers

Miramichi Valley High School

AAA Boys / Garçons

Ian Watters

Miramichi Valley High School

Eastern Conference Sportsmanship Winners / Prix pour l’esprit sportif de la conférence de l’est

Class / gender/ genre

Name / nom

School / École

A Girls / Filles

Annie Camp

Minto Memorial High School

A Boys / Garçons

Connor White-Richard

Minto Memorial High School

AA Girls / Filles

n/a

 

AA Boys / Garçons

Jeremy Jaillet

École Clément-Cormier

AAA Girls / Filles

Melanie Belong

Bernice MacNaughton High School

AAA Boys / Garçons

Tyler Thorne  *Absent

Bernice MacNaughton High School

Southern Conference Sportsmanship Winners / Prix pour l’esprit sportif de la conférence du sud

Class / gender/ genre

Name / nom

School / École

A Girls / Filles

Charlotte Chiasson

Rothesay Netherwood School

A Boys / Garçons

Alex Bennett

Harvey High School

AA Girls / Filles

Vanessa McGaw

St. Stephen High School

AA Boys / Garçons

Josh Cropley  *Absent

Rothesay High School

AAA Girls / Filles

n/a

 

AAA Boys / Garçons

Deven Pipes

Simonds High School

Western Conference Sportsmanship Winners / Prix pour l’esprit sportif de la conférence du nord

Class / gender/ genre

Name / nom

School / École

A Girls / Filles

Bianca Tardif

École Grande-Rivière

A Boys / Garçons

Dawson Nancekievill

Hartland Community School

AA Girls / Filles

Mira Kalaba

École Sainte-Anne

AA Boys / Garçons

Logan Titus

Southern Victoria High School

AAA Girls / Filles

n/a

 

AAA Boys / Garçons

Alec Ferguson

Leo Hayes High School

  

Emery Johnson Memorial Award 

This award goes to the Most Sportsmanlike Coach of the Year. This award is named after Emery Johnson, the former athletic director of Dalhousie Regional High School and the NBIAA Executive Committee, who passed away in November 2003. 

The Emery Johnson Memorial Award was presented to Kim Giddens of Belleisle Regional High School at the Sportsmanship Banquet by the NBIAA Vice-President, Jim Watters.

Emery Johnson Memorial Award - Kim Giddens - Belleisle Regional High School 1

School Sportsmanship of the Year Awards 

The New Brunswick Interscholastic Athletic Association introduced an annual School Sportsmanship of the Year Awards in 2014.  This award aims to recognize a school, whose athletes, coaches and fans promote what sportsmanship is all about in every aspect of high school athletics.

The following school was honored for their accomplishments at the NBIAA Sportsmanship Banquet:

École Sainte-Anne
École Sainte-Anne - Western Conference

Photo from left to right: NBIAA President Andy Clark, Athletic Director Joanne Reynolds, student Mira Kalaba and NBIAA Executive Director Allyson Ouellette.

 

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2017 Sportsmanship Awards Banquet

The New Brunswick Interscholastic Athletic Association will hold its 12th Annual Sportsmanship Awards Banquet on Tuesday, May 9th, 2017 at St. Thomas University in Rigby Hall in Fredericton.

NBIAA Sportsmanship Awards
Send nominations to your Conference President by April 1st.  
Please click HERE for the application form (F-1).

Emery Johnson Memorial Award
Send nominations to the NBIAA by April 1st.
Please click HERE for the application form (F-2).

School Sportsmanship Award
Send nominations to your Conference President by April 1st.  
Please click HERE for the application form (F-3).

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