2012 Six Nations Rebels Awards Winners
Six Nations Rebels Head Coach, Stew Monture (Left) and Assistant Coach, Cory Bomberry (Right) celebrate their 3rd Founders Cup title at the Six Nations Rebels Annual Awards Banquet Sept 22nd in Brantford. (Photo by Serene Porter)
Saturday, September 22, 2012
BRANTFORD – It was time to re-new and review the success of the 2012 Jr B lacrosse season. The 5-time and current Back-to-Back Founders Cup Champions, Six Nations Rebels held their annual Awards Banquet at the Petofi Hungarian Hall Saturday night.
No individual Rebels player won a 2012 OLA Jr B award for the first time since 2006. The 2012 Rebels were about the team goal, which is the Founders Cup…mission accomplished. The Rebels handed out 14 annual team awards which included the inaugural Heart & Soul award in memory of fallen teammate, Carney Elijah Johnson who passed away on August 6, 2012, in the midst of the Ontario Jr B Finals.
The Rebels celebrated the accomplishments and also the memory of Carney Johnson throughout the night.
One veteran Rebels player, Jacob Bomberry broke 4 franchise records in 2012.
Here is the order of Presentations on the night:
1. Presentations to 21 Sponsors – Appreciation Plaques
2. Special Presentation – Jacob Bomberry (Broke 4 Franchise Records – i) Most Career Regular Season assists (150); ii) Most Career Post-Season (OLA Playoffs & Founders Cup) Assists (98); iii) Most Career Combined (Regular Season, OLA Playoffs & Founders Cup) Assist (248); iv) Most Career Combined Points (396)
3. Curtis Ellis Hill Trophy (Volunteer-of-the-Year) Winners – Erin Monture & Ryan Maracle
4. Leroy Jamieson Memorial Trophy (Bench Staff of the Year) Winners – Stew Monture & Paige Martin
5. Gaylord Powless Memorial Trophy (Six Nations Rebels High Scorer) Winner – Ian Martin (24 Goals, 66 Assists for 90 Points)
6. Michael W. Montour Trophy (All-Around Player-of-the-Year) Winners – Tony Doxtator & Carney Johnson
7. Oliver CAP Bomberry Trophy (Most Dedicated Player) Winner – Jacob Crans
8. Frank Maracle Memorial Trophy (Most Improved Player) Winner – Travis Elvin
9. Karen Kathleen Rose Hill Memorial Trophy (Most Inspirational Player-of-the-Year) Winner – Carney Johnson
10. Keegan Gregory Hill Memorial Trophy (Un-Sung Hero Player-of-the-Year) Winner – Tony Doxtator
11. Ruth Isaacs Memorial Trophy (Transition Player-of-the-Year) Winner – Brine Rice
12. Clayton Sandy Memorial Trophy (Defensive Player-of-the-Year) Winner – Zach Williams
13. Michael Blair Martin Memorial Trophy (Rookie-of-the-Year) Winner – Zed Williams
14. Craig Monture Memorial Trophy (Sportsmanlike Player-of-the-Year) Winner – Dallas John
15. Roger “Buck” Smith Trophy (Most Valuable Player-of-the-Year) Winner – Zed Williams
16. Special Presentation – Smoothtown Bruins (Six Nations Men’s Hockey League) presented a Heart & Soul Award to Carney Elijah Johnson Family
17. Carney Elijah Johnson Memorial Trophy (Heart & Soul Player-of-the-Year) Winner – Entire Rebels Team - # 30-Donovan Fleischer (G), 76-Chase Martin (G), 95-Doug Jamieson (G), 2-Timmy Johnson, 7-Tony Doxtator ‘A’, 9-Ian Martin ‘A’, 10-Kevin Davey, 11-Daniel Bo Henhawk, 12-Greg Longboat, 16-Dallas John, 18-Jacob Bomberry ‘A’, 19-Jacob Crans, 20-Kessler Doolittle, 21-Marcus Elvin, 22-Spencer Hill ‘C’, 28-Carney Johnson, 34-Brier Jonathan, 39-Travis Elvin, 43-Danton Miller, 44-Zed Williams, 52-Harris Lemon, 55-Jordan Monahan, 66-Zach Williams, 77-Brine Rice, 85-Tyson Bomberry, 88-Joe Haodais Maracle, 91-Wayne Hill, 97-Tugo Goodleaf
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