Senior Athletes: (L-R) Emett Norn, Emily David, Tristan Young, Michael Bloomquist, Riley Fillinger, Emily Parker and Jared Bussiere were the senior high athletes awarded top honours for athletic participation at the June 13 PSC athletic awards ceremony. Missing were Shelisha Baptiste and Thomas Chesterman.

PHOTOS: PSC Athletic Awards

Ponoka Secondary Campus held its annual athletic awards on June 13

Platinum Participation: Three junior high Ponoka Secondary Campus students (L-R) Jordyn Marcoux, Brodie Ronnie and Haylee Louis Smallboy were presented with platinum athletic participation awards at the ceremony held June 13. Many other junior high athletes were also recognized with gold, silver and bronze participation awards.

Photos by Deanna French

Senior Athletes: (L-R) Emett Norn, Emily David, Tristan Young, Michael Bloomquist, Riley Fillinger, Emily Parker and Jared Bussiere were the senior high athletes awarded top honours for athletic participation at the June 13 PSC athletic awards ceremony. Missing were Shelisha Baptiste and Thomas Chesterman.

Broncs Pride: A few of the Broncs football players at the PSC athletic awards ceremony on June 13 stood up to accept a new award called the Bronc Pride Award, handed out to the team that best exemplifies commitment, pride and perseverance. The senior football club won the recognition, in part, to its best finish ever last season and hard work to achieve that success.

Senior athletes of the Year: The PSC senior female and male Athletes of the Year as well as the Broncs of the Year plus all of the nominees were recognized at the PSC athletic awards on June 13. The co-wiinners for female athlete of the year were Madison McLaren and Nadia Simons while the male athlete of the year went to Jared Bussiere, the female Bronc award went to Paisley Wilson and the male Bronc award went to Emett Norn.

By Jordie Dwyer

Ponoka Secondary Campus held its annual athletic awards on June 13

 

Broncs Pride: A few of the Broncs football players at the PSC athletic awards ceremony on June 13 stood up to accept a new award called the Bronc Pride Award, handed out to the team that best exemplifies commitment, pride and perseverance. The senior football club won the recognition, in part, to its best finish ever last season and hard work to achieve that success.

Senior athletes of the Year: The PSC senior female and male Athletes of the Year as well as the Broncs of the Year plus all of the nominees were recognized at the PSC athletic awards on June 13. The co-wiinners for female athlete of the year were Madison McLaren and Nadia Simons while the male athlete of the year went to Jared Bussiere, the female Bronc award went to Paisley Wilson and the male Bronc award went to Emett Norn.

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