Chilliwack FC recognizes soccer stars at awards banquet

More than 50 players, coaches and volunteers received awards as CFC recognized its standouts.

Chilliwack FC held its annual awards banquet last Friday, handing out 50-plus awards to deserving youth soccer players.

James Bartha was named the senior boys player of the year and Rina McGill was named the senior girls player of the year.

Emily Willmets was named the junior girls player of the year and Ryder Duncan was named the junior boys player of the year.

Quinn Goosen was named the male goalkeeper of the year and Jayda Vermeer was named the female goalkeeper of the year.

Raina and Allen Lloyd won the Coach of the Year award.

Lisa McLean was recognized as the volunteer of the year.

Referee awards went to Jaeden Edwards (small side) and Ewan Weber (full field).

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Twenty three rep teams recognized their MVPs and most improved players.

U-11 Strikers (girls)

MVP = Emersen Hanks and Most Improved = Haylie Langston

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U-11 Attack (girls)

MVP = Quinn Bradley and Most Improved = Isabelle Rompf

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U-11 Strikers (boys)

MVP = Ethan Trelenberg and Most Improved = Riley Simmonds

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U-11 Attack (boys)

MVP = Corwin Drew and Most Improved = Will Manulak

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U-12 Strikers (girls)

MVP = Ramneet Brar and Most Improved = Emma Williams

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U-12 Attack (girls)

MVP = Phoenix Krys and Most Improved = Carmen Folka

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U-12 Strikers (boys)

MVP = Bennet Jajcaj and Most Improved = Mathias Schertzer

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U-12 Attack (boys)

MVP = Keegan Bornmann and Most Improved = Ty Edwards

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U-13 Attack (girls)

MVP = Shaelyn Lightle and Most Improved = Abby Hopwood

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U-13 Strikers (boys)

MVP = Nolan Kerrigan and Most Improved = Carson Hungle

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U-13 Attack (boys)

MVP = Tucker Bennett and Most Improved = Grady Andrea

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U-14 Attack (girls)

MVP = Shayla Dool and Most Improved = Chloe Weiss

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U-14 Attack (boys)

MVP = Ashton Sjolie and Most Improved = Tiago Palmer

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U-15 Attack (girls)

MVP = Julia Smyth and Most Improved = Meadow Mothus

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U-15 Attack (boys)

MVP = Carter Mills and Most Improved = Carter Brown

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U-15 Strikers (boys)

MVP = Asher Toth and Most Improved = Nathanael Mihai

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U-16 Strikers (girls)

MVP = Emily Stefaniuk and Most Improved = Shelby Yaxley

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U-16 Attack (girls)

MVP = Lauryn Werner and Most Improved = Alyssa Cuff

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U-16 Attack (boys)

MVP = Ashton David and Most Improved = Kyle Kreitner

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U-17 Attack (girls)

MVP = Grace Kennedy and Most Improved = Jess McFarland

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U-17 Attack (boys)

MVP = Avraj Atwal and Most Improved = Thomas Nelson

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U-18 Champions (girls)

MVP = Miya Andrew and Most Improved = Zoey Jenkins

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U-18 Attack (girls)

MVP = Alisha Ronda and Most Improved = Danika Dool

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