In 1948 Harry Hood left the Winnipeg Blue Bombers after 3 seasons and followed his high school coach, Les Lear, to Calgary. As a starting two way halfback, he helped the Stampeders through a perfect 15 win-0 loss season and their first Grey Cup win in club history, with a 12-7 final score over the Ottawa Roughriders in Toronto. Harry played 5 years for Calgary, from 1948-1952, the year he retired. He is the only player to wear #5 for the Stampeders, and following his untimely death from cancer in 1954 they retired his number as a tribute to his memory. While starring for the Calgary Stampeders he also gave a great deal of his time to coaching high school football at Central Collegiate Institute, which closed and then re-opened in 1968 as Central Memorial High School. It was Harrys’ belief that high school sports, and in particular football, were great contributors to the positive growth of young people. His play on the field and the way he conducted himself away from the game was a credit to himself, and an inspiration to his teammates. This award was established in Harrys’ honour in 1956 and is the longest standing award given out by the CSHSAA/Calgary Booster Club partnership. It is presented annually to the top student athlete in Division I football.
2015-16Kelton BaileyHenry Wise Wood2014-15Jonathan GirmaNotre Dame2013-14Carlo GallottaNotre Dame2012-13Austen HartleyBishop Grandin2011-12Coel BazinetNotre Dame2010-11Spencer KerberBowness2009-10Connor SmithBowness2008-09Daxton NovakBowness2007-08Cody LindHenry Wise Wood2006-07Richard RoseSir Winston Churchill2005-06Landon PhillipsSt. Francis2004-05Michael KorpanBowness2003-04Taylor SlaghtBowness2002-03 Brent KettlesWestern Canada2001-02Kyle MarkinHenry Wise Wood2000-01Chris BestWestern Canada1999-00Evan HaneyWilliam Aberhart1998-99Troy LaytonLester B. Pearso1997-98David ManningBishop Carroll1996-97Andrew DerksenLord Beaverbrook1995-96Chris FollandLord Beaverbrook1994-95Brian VerlaanBishop Grandin1993-94 - TieDerek McCorquindaleSir Winston Churchill1993-94 - TieMarc StoutenbergLord Beaverbrook1992-93Brett AndersonLord Beaverbrook1991-92Sasha BlaskovichSir Winston Churchill1990-91Stephen NorrisJames Fowler1989-90Brent GoughBishop Grandin1988-89Leo KobylkaSt. Francis1987-88Craig WalkerHenry Wise Wood1986-87Jean Paul IzquierdoSt. Francis1985-86Chris GaffneySt. Francis1984-85Richard TarbelSir Winston Churchill1983-84Scot LadellDr. E. P. Scarlett1982-83Ashley MohtadiBishop Carroll1981-82Steve MoeCrescent Heights1980-81Ron CooperSt. Francis1979-80Ken SzarkaHenry Wise Wood1978-79Mark AntoniukCrescent Heights1977-78Greg PetersonDr. E. P. Scarlett1976-77Bob HarringtonLord Beaverbrook1975-76 - TiePat JarvisCrescent Heights1975-76 - TieElwood ThrelfellHenry Wise Wood1974-75Bob DearViscount Bennett1973-74Rob ReichelDr. E. P. Scarlett1972-73 - TieRick StintonErnest Manning1972-73 - TieJohn McCorquindaleJames Fowler1971-72Don BayneSir Winston Churchill1970-71 - TieBrad BossartWestern Canada1970-71 - TieJohn WaddellHenry Wise Wood1969-70Gord YeomansErnest Manning1968-69Pat AncelinSt. Francis1967-68Bob BaileyWestern Canada1966-67Ray WolseyViscount Bennett1965-66Terry DolanSt. Mary's1964-65Luigi DiMarzoSt. Mary's1963-64Paul TompkinsViscount Bennett1962-63Terry MogckHenry Wise Wood1961-62Jim LoveWestern Canada1960-61Chris SchmidtCentral Memorial1959-60Chuck RossViscount Bennett1958-59Barry LuftCrescent Heights1957-58Ross ChristensenCentral Memorial1956-57Jack SharpeWestern Canada
Henry was a student at Queen Elizabeth High School in 1974 and a member of the junior boys football team. After a practice one night he complained of a headache in the locker room and collapsed. Unfortunately, he never regained consciousness and it was believed he died from a concussion. Henry was an outstanding young man who led quietly by his actions on and off the field. He was an inspiration to his teammates, his school and his community. This award has been named in honour of this unique individual and will carry his memory on into the future in appreciation by his teammates, coaches and school officials. The Henry Philip Taylor Award was initiated in 1975 and is presented annually to the top Division II or Division III student athlete in football.
2015-16Matthew LuscyshynBishop Grandin2014-15Benton von MuehldorferBishop Carroll2013-14Bailey WasdalBishop McNally2012-13Graham FlaatenCrescent Heights2011-12Dillon AkinsCrescent Heights2010-11Nicholas EttingerSt. Mary's2009-10Mitchell TothJames Fowler2008-09Derek CooperJohn G. Diefenbaker2007-08Kirby FabienBishop McNally2006-07Austin LittleCentennial2005-06Nick MeehanForest Lawn2004-05Dallas WhitehouseErnest Manning2003-04Mark DewitBishop Carroll2002-03 Darren KisingerBowness2001-02Alex AndrewsBowness2000-01Shaun PhillipsBowness1999-00 TieBrian HillBowness1999-00 TieScott ThompsonBishop Carroll1998-99Chris DohertySt. Mary's1997-98Not Presented (Work-to-Rule)Unknown1996-97Conrad RobichaudCentral Memorial1995-96Greg HooverErnest Manning1994-95Steven LopushinskyBowness1993-94Lincoln BlumellWilliam Aberhart1992-93Terry TaitErnest Manning1991-92Todd MuirCentral Memorial1990-91Mike MorrisonBishop Carroll1989-90Chris PowellCentral Memorial1988-89Nolan KotykDr. E. P. Scarlett1987-88Ed AdamsErnest Manning1986-87Steve MartinQueen Elizabeth1985-86Cory SterlingJohn G. Diefenbaker1984-85Tom QuinnBishop Carroll1983-84Dean JohnsonErnest Manning1982-83Lyndon PlettJohn G. Diefenbaker1981-82Darryl LangBowness1980-81Not Awarded (ATA Strike)Unknown1979-80Ken GoodwinViscount Bennett1978-79 - TieTim PetrosJohn G. Diefenbaker1978-79 - TieGreg VavraBishop Grandin1977-78Dick OlsonWestern Canada1976-77Jim FraserQueen Elizabeth1975-76Danny ShannonSt. Mary's
Father Gallagher came to Calgary in 1967 after teaching for several years in Ontario, Saskatchewan and Lethbridge. He taught chemistry and religious studies at St. Mary’s High School for 19 years and finished his last year at St. Francis High School in 1987. From there he went to Immaculate High School in Kelowna, BC, where he served as Chaplain and coached the cross country and track teams. Since 1999 he has been at St. Mary’s Church in Owen Sound, Ontario, where he continues to remain active. Father Gallagher was the track & field chairman in Calgary from 1968 until 1971 and this is where he began his illustrious career organizing cross country meets for the CSHSAA. His philosophy in setting up courses at River Park, Glenmore Park, Capitol Hill and Confederation Park was to accurately measure and mark a course with a mixture of hills and flat areas that led through some wooded parts, but always keeping in mind the spectators and competitors. He was the organizer that first came up with name tags from the Canadian Natural Gas Company for individual and team identification and the white boards for quickly and accurately placing the tags on the proper spaces represented by the runners’ finishing position. Within a few minutes of each race, all results were posted for everyone to see. Father Gallagher also organized several Provincial High School Cross Country Meets in Calgary for the CSHSAA. He coached cross country and track & field all 19 years he was at St. Mary’s and won 1 City Championship in track and several in cross country. Father Gallagher was also a chaperone for many of the Calgary teams that travelled to Provincial Championships during the 70’s and 80’s. Father Gallagher is a gentleman who promoted good sportsmanship amongst schools and always showed up with well trained and well coached teams. This award has been named in his honour.
2015-16Ryan SmeetonHenry Wise Wood2014-15Paul RiekQueen Elizabeth2013-14Alex JamesCrescent Heights2012-13Russell PennockHenry Wise Wood2011-12Chris FitzgibbonSir Winston Churchill2010-11Matt GaleaCentennial2009-10Brendon SkingleDr. E.P. Scarlett2008-09Grace KaryWilliam Aberhart2007-08Alexander DuhaultBishop Grandin
A native Calgarian, John taught at Viscount Bennett, Henry Wise Wood, Lord Beaverbrook and Ernest Manning high schools. The subjects he covered were physical education, english, social studies, health and music. He was also a department head of guidance and an assistant principal. While he has coached a variety of sports, his area of expertise became football, and for many years h e was a coach for the Calgary Colts and a timekeeper and scoreboard operator for over 30 years with the Calgary Stampeder Football Club.
John held the position of Secretary Treasurer of the Calgary Senior High School Athletic Association for 15 years from 1977 to 1993 and under his leadership and guidance it continued to be the envy of school districts across Canada. Under John’s leadership many city and provincial cross country championships were held in Calgary and always at the highest level, thanks to his organizational skills.
This outstanding educator, coach and administrator has been married to his wife Jean for over 45 years and they're the proud parents of three sons, two daughters-in-law and five grandchildren. As a Crescent Heights graduate, John has served the city and the CSHSAA well, and in 2001 was recognized as the Calgary Booster Club’s Sportsman of the Year. This award is named in his hounour.
2015-16Madeleine SummerWestern Canada2014-15Emma MartinWilliam Aberhart2013-14Katelyn DimmellBishop Grandin2012-13Brianna GhaliWilliam Aberhart2011-12Alanna DevolinDr. E.P. Scarlett2011-11Ellen PennockHenry Wise Wood2009-10Ciara KaryWilliam Aberhart
Myrna was a physical education teacher, department head and coach at William Aberhart School for many years and had a tremendous influence on the success of the school in athletics. Her teams were always well coached and displayed a high level of sportsmanship and enthusiasm that created a role model for others to follow. She also spent 1 year as the Secretary/Treasurer of the CSHSAA while John Semkuley was away on sabbatical. Myrna then moved back to William Aberhart, then Bishop Pinkham Junior High and Robert Warren Junior High as an Assistant Principal, and retired from that position in 1998. Myrna was also very involved in club volleyball as a coach and administrator. She was Manager of the Canadian Women’s National Team from 1974-76, culminating with the Olympics in Montreal. Even in retirement, Myrna found time to remain active in the CSHSAA. She coached volleyball at Henry Wise Wood for 2 years and then moved to Centennial High School when it opened in 2004. As there was no gym that year, Myrna showed her dedication and commitment to the program by practicing at the local YMCA every morning at 6:30 am. It paid off as she led her junior girls team to the playoffs and a most positive season in their first year as a high school. The Calgary Booster Club recognized Myrna in March of 2006 at their annual Sportsmans’ Dinner as an Honoured Athletic Leader for her many years of service to sports in the Calgary community. Myrna is also a current Director and Chairman of the Awards and Recognition Committed with the Calgary Booster Club. In 2007 she was inducted into the Alberta Volleyball Sports Hall of Fame. This award has been named in her honour and was first presented in 1993.
2015-16Deborah NyarkoSir Winston Churchill2014-15Carolina AlongiBishop Grandin2013-14Erica WalshBishop Grandin2012-13Mariah WalshBishop Grandin2011-12Megan FestivalWestern Canada2010-11Tanille SchmidtErnest Manning2009-10Kristina QuanDr. E.P. Scarlett2008-09Chloe DesRocheBishop O?Byrne2007-08Lindsey DolandSir Winston Churchill2006-07Karen ColdhamSt. Mary's2005-06Catherine HamillBishop Carroll2004-05Andrea LasbySir Winston Churchill2003-04Jenna TysonJohn G. Diefenbaker2002-03 TieSarah LinSir Winston Churchill2002-03 TieLeah AndriesBowness2001-02Jori HardinHenry Wise Wood2000-01Rhonda SchmulandSir Winston Churchill1999-00 TieSuzanne SpenceSt. Mary's1999-00 TieLaura WatsonSir Winston Churchill1998-99Amanda MoppettFather Lacombe1997-98Gillian LuekeBishop Carroll1996-97Dorothy KusmirekSir Winston Churchill1995-96Krista KinsmanWilliam Aberhart1994-95Theresa LockerBishop Carroll1993-94Corri OenbringSir Winston Churchill
In the 1970’s Al Taylor was a young physical education teacher at Dr. E.P. Scarlett High School, where he coached several boys volleyball teams to successful winning seasons. He then moved to the Outdoor School at Camp Kiwanis and managed it for the Calgary Board of Education for 8 years. Al’s next stop was Sir Winston Churchill High School, where he carried on the tradition of winning teams for 13 years. His work ethic, knowledge of the game, ability to develop young talent and a keen sense of promoting good sportsmanship resulted in many City Championship appearances and wins for the Bulldogs. Al then moved to Centennial to help open this new high school and again carried on a winning tradition by taking his senior boys to the City Finals that year. As a teacher, athletic coordinator and coach he has made a major impact on all the schools he has worked at. His boys volleyball teams have won 10 City Championships and it should be noted he has also been a very successful basketball coach at the high school level. In his younger days, Al was a player and captain of Canada’s National Men’s Volleyball team and in that capacity, represented Canada at the Olympics. Al retired in June of 2007, after 31 years of distinguished service as a teacher and coach. He is currently a Director in the Calgary Booster Club and continues to be active in volleyball as a referee. This award has been named in his honour.
2015-16Kyle HallSt. Francis2014-15Alexander GranleySt. Martin de Porres2013-14Quinn BromleyDr. E.P. Scarlett2012-13Michael DengWestern Canada2011-12Brett WalshDr. E.P. Scarlett2010-11Scott BrunetWestern Canada2009-10Brandon SchmidtCentennial2008-09Jarron MuellerCentral Memorial2007-08Gorden EvensBishop Carroll2006-07Joe ZhouSir Winston Churchill2005-06Steve GlassCentral Memorial2004-05Brett KilbBishop Carroll2003-04Joel SchmulandSir Winston Churchill2002-03Kieran SlatteryDr. E.P. Scarlett2001-02Scott ElseSir Winston Churchill2000-01Stephan HautzWilliam Aberhart1999-00Remi ChampagneBishop Carroll1999-00Josh ColvinLester B. Pearson1998-99Josh WhiteBowness1997-98Paul NiemczewskiSt. Mary's1996-97Jeremy LawsonWestern Canada1995-96Michael WeldonBishop Carroll1994-95Guy DavisSir Winston Churchill1993-94Peter ExallQueen Elizabeth
Sheila was an excellent student athlete at William Aberhart High School where she participated in basketball, field hockey and track & field. She graduated in 1963 and was honoured by the Calgary Booster club and the CSHSAA with the Gretta Schwartz Memorial Award for the top female student athlete that school year. Sheila attended Brigham Young University, where she earned her B.Ed degree in 1970 and her Masters degree in 1975. During her graduate studies she coached women’s basketball and took the BYU girls field hockey team to the NCAA National Championships. She returned to Calgary and taught physical education at Van Horne, James Fowler, Queen Elizabeth and William Aberhart High Schools. During that period, she distinguished herself as a coach in volleyball, basketball, field hockey and track & field. One of her volleyball teams made it to the Provincials and she also had a City Champion team in field hockey. While at BYU Sheila became interested in athletic training and received her National Certified Athletic Trainers certificate. This one event ended up having a major impact on the Calgary High School system, as Sheila was the one responsible for starting the sports medicine programs in our system while she was at William Aberhart. She was also a P.E. Consultant for 2 years with the Calgary Board of Education, Principal at Bowness High and Principal of Lester B. Pearson High School. During her outstanding career she received many honours, with a few of them being the CBE Order of Merit, the YWCA Woman of the Year in 1995 and the Mayors Excellence Award in 1996 for Business Partnerships in Education. After an illustrious career she retired so she could spend more time with her hobbies, which include golf, skiing, gardening, reading and travel. This award has been named in her honour.
2015-16Georgia BignoldBishop Carroll2014-15Sarah KinznerBishop Grandin2013-14Jill GirgulisBishop Carroll2012-13Sydney OlsenWilliam Aberhart2011-12Janessa KerrDr. E.P. Scarlett2010-11Larissa CostellaErnest Manning2009-10Robin BessemerHenry Wise Wood2008-09Kirsten SjonnesenWestern Canada2007-08Molly BeckelQueen Elizabeth2006-07Shirley HoWestern Canada
Arlene was a teacher, coach and administrator at Bishop Carroll, Bishop Grandin and St. Mary’s High Schools during the late 1960’s, 70’s and 80’s. A strong advocate of womens’ rights and equal opportunity for girls in athletics (particularly in basketball), Arlene worked hard and with a passion to bring this about. She ultimately was very successful in this cause. Arlene was one of two girls coaches (the other one being Lawrence King) making a motion at the Board of Governors meeting in 1973 that allowed the girls to finally join the boys in the North/South Selects Game as part of the format in January of 1974. The boys had played the previous two years, with the Calgary Stampeders and Calgary Police teams being featured in a preliminary game. Arlene was a diligent coach who worked hard on fundamentals and believed in the concept that the individual was important, but the team came first. Her hard work brought her several City Championships in junior and senior girls basketball. She ended her career in Calgary as an Assistant Principal and senior girls basketball coach at St. Mary’s High School, and has retired to White Rock, BC, so she can be closer to her children and grandchildren.
2015-16Maria HernandezBishop Carroll2014-15Megan AhlstromCentennial2013-14Vanesa LimDr. E.P. Scarlett2012-13Brianna GhaliWilliam Aberhart2011-12Isidora PurkovicWestern Canada2010-11Dana StewartHenry Wise Wood2009-10Rya DaggettCentral Memorial2008-09Tilly EttingerSt. Mary's2007-08Jessica TomiyamaBishop O?Byrne2006-07Megan LangBishop O?Byrne2005-06Emily BolducSir Winston Churchill2004-05Shannon SarroBishop Carroll2003-04Carolyn FoltinekSt. Mary's2002-03Carla RomerilLord Beaverbrook2001-02Sarah CraigDr. E.P. Scarlett2000-01Katherine AdamsSir Winston Churchill1999-00Jennifer ElfordDr. E. P. Scarlett1998-99Miranda MorganBowness1997-98Misty WatsoDr. E. P. Scarlett1996-97Kirsten SwannSt. Mary's1995-96Paula WalkerDr. E. P. Scarlett1994-95Elise McCorquindaleSir Winston Churchill1993-94Mary Frances LapthorneSt. Mary's1992-93Catherine PayneBishop Carroll1991-92Allison DaviesHenry Wise Wood1990-91Meagan KochWestern Canada1989-90Angela AalbersBowness
Laurie was a physical education teacher and coach at Western Canada High School in the 1950’s and 60’s. He was a tremendous gentleman who was well liked by his students, athletes and fellow staff members. While teaching physical education and coaching football, basketball and track & field, Laurie made his mark and left a most positive impression on everyone he came into contact with. He transferred to Lord Beaverbrook High School in 1966 as an Assistant Principal and coach. Unfortunately, he became ill with cancer and passed away in 1968, leaving behind a wife and two children. As a tribute to Laurie, this award was established by the CSHSAA and named after him. It was presented for the first time at the City Basketball Championships at Bishop Grandin in March of 1969. Lauries’ wife and two children presented the trophy to the first winner, Dave Hellard of Central Memorial High School. This is the second oldest award given out by the Calgary Booster Club and the CSHSAA partnership.
2015-16Vlad ZasmolinSir Winston Churchill2014-15Jack DrybroughDr. E.P. Scarlett2013-14Ross CrichtonErnest Manning2012-13Stephen ClaassenSt Mary's2011-12Matt MatearBishop O?Byrne2010-11John TraboulsiWestern Canada2009-10Nebojsa KuljicWestern Canada2008-09Joshua WhiteLord Beaverbrook2007-08Ian TomaszewskiSt. Mary's2006-07Pierce AndersonCentral Memorial2005-06Reed SiemieniukBishop Grandin 2004-05Brandon HoneDr. E.P. Scarlett2003-04Harish TulsiSir Winston Churchill2002-03Jordan BalabanHenry Wise Wood2001-02Josh FeistLester B. Pearson2000-01Jordan RaugustJohn G. Diefenbaker1999-00Graham ThurgoodSir Winston Churchill 1998-99John RiadWilliam Aberhart1997-98John SalmonWilliam Aberhart1996-97Brian HargreavesBishop Grandin1995-96Tyler GraftaasJames Fowler1994-95Christopher TeshimaBowness1993-94Ryan BazantBishop Carroll1992-93Kevin NashWestern Canada1991-92Sandor KissDr. E. P. Scarlett1990-91Hugh McKenzieSir Winston Churchill1989-90Jay ZuckSir Winston Churchill1988-89Matt SmithWestern Canada1987-88Andy CameronWestern Canada1986-87James TaylorSir Winston Churchill1985-86 - TieTim PopeDr. E. P. Scarlett1985-86 - TieChris GaffneySt. Francis1984-85Jamie McLellanSir Winston Churchill1983-84Mark CromwellBowness1982-83Gregory MailletFather Lacombe1981-82Chito PabustanForest Lawn1980-81Matt MillardHenry Wise Wood1979-80John HatchBishop Carroll1978-79Karl TillemanSir Winston Churchill1977-78Jeff MarkertCrescent Heights1976-77Steve HumphrysCentral Memorial1975-76Monty LeavittLord Beaverbrook1974-75Keith SmithCrescent Heights1973-74 - TieRoger SpagnolaDr. E. P. Scarlett1973-74 - TieBruce WrightQueen Elizabeth1972-73Guy NelsonDr. E. P. Scarlett1971-72Larry DowViscount Bennett1970-71Larry KardashSir Winston Churchill1969-70Dave SalmonWilliam Aberhart1968-69Dave HellardCentral Memorial
Barry has dedicated over 17 years to promoting and coaching wrestling with the CSHSAA. He attended Royal Rhoades College and Queens University before coming to Calgary as a physical education teacher at Van Horne and A.E. Cross Junior High Schools. In 1992 he moved to Sir Winston Churchill High School and made a name for himself as an outstanding teacher and coach in wrestling circles. His girls teams have won eight City Championships and his boys teams have won four. Barry has also had five Provincial Championships with his girls and three boys Provincial Champions.
An excellent example of his passion for developing high school wrestlers was his willingness to help students at William Aberhart when they didn’t have a program. These students came to Sir Winton Churchill to learn and develop wrestling skills, and thanks to Barry, William Aberhart now has a successful program.
In his free time he likes to golf and work in his garden. He has been recognized in two garden magazines for his very talented greet thumb! Barry’s philosophy for wrestling is: “Winning is not as important as leaving students with a positive experience and a healthy appreciation for the sport”. As the high school chairman of wrestling for four years he saw the sport increase in interest and participation, particularly at the girls level. In summary, this award has been named after a most deserving individual who is a credit to his teaching profession and to the sport of wrestling.
2015-16Mary OlapadeBishop O?Byrne2014-15Jennifer DangWestern Canada2013-14Vivan MarkSir Winston Churchill2012-13Nawal VajeedBowness2010-11Mikhaila FitzsimmonsSt. Mary's2009-10Carly SmithCrescent Heights2008-09Holly Ellsworth-ClarkBowness2007-08Jessica TangSir Winston Churchill
Tom Inkster was involved in the sport of wrestling for over 40 years in his capacity as an athlete, coach, official and administrator. He began his career as a high school student at Martin Collegiate in Regina, Saskatchewan and then moved to the University of Calgary, where he was an outstanding wrestler for 4 years; winning many championships in Freestyle and Greco-Roman Wrestling. A knee injury forced Tom into retirement as an athlete, but he soon made his mark as a junior high school coach at Woodman, and as a high school coach at Ernest Manning. He won 3 City Team Championships and helped over 100 athletes become individual Provincial Champions, along with 7 Canadian Champions. As an official, he was involved in all levels of the sport, including National Championships and Commonwealth Games Championships. Tom was also a founding member of the Calgary Wrestling Association and a Director for the Canadian Wrestling Foundation. He was honoured by the Calgary Booster Club as an Athletic Leader in 1991 and was inducted into the Alberta Sports Hall of Fame in 2000. In summary, this Wrestling Award has been named after a most deserving individual.
2015-16Alex PipchukWilliam Aberhart2014-15Callum McNeiceSt. Timothy2013-14Nathan GalanSir Winston Churchill2012-13Bradley AldridgeLord Beaverbrook2011-12Matthew LoeppkySt. Timothy2011-12Natalie GalanSir Winston Churchill2010-11Dominic MayhewBowness2009-10Sudeepta AurkaLester B. Pearson2008-09Josue HernandezJohn G. Diefenbaker2007-08Caitlin BodewitzBowness2006-07Calvin Jared GeeJohn G. Diefenbaker
Don grew up in Trail, BC and attended university at St. Francis Xavier, U of Alberta and Gonzaga University in Spokane, where he received his Masters in Education Administration. He was a math and science teacher, coach and administrator for 34 years in the Calgary Catholic School District. Don retired as Principal of St. Francis High School after a very successful career. He coached junior high hockey, volleyball, basketball and cheerleading. Don also coached the St. Francis Browns swim & dive teams for many years and found time to be an official at the high school swim & dive meet for over 16 years. As the official starter at each meet, he does an awesome job of getting the 700+ competitors through all their heats and finals on time. Dons’ community involvement is impressive, as he has served as President of the U of C Swim Club, Lindsay Park Sports Society and the Calgary Booster Club. He is currently the Calgary Booster Club representative with CODA and is a board member with Swim Canada and Swim Alberta. Don has contributed to many aspects of swimming as an official. He was the Canadian Team Manager for the 1992 Olympic Games in Barcelona, the Team Leader for the 2007 World Championships and was the Canadian Swim Team Leader at the 2008 Olympic Games in Beijing, China. He is also a Booster Club Director and Past-President of the club.
2015-16Benjamin IsensteinCrescent Heights2014-15Jordan BesterQueen Elizabeth2013-14Casey WongSir Winston Churchill2012-13Kassandra DevolinBishop Carroll2011-12Kelly Ann MeeuwisseSir Winston Churchill2010-11Martina BonaNotre Dame2009-10Julie ReimerDr. E.P. Scarlett2008-09Brendan ParkDr. E.P. Scarlett2007-08Gregory RafterBishop Carroll
Sharon has been a successful teacher and coach for many years with the Calgary Board of Education. Thanks to her enthusiasm, hard work and perseverance, she has left a most positive mark on her students and peers alike. She has been a long time supporter of the CSHSAA and in particular badminton, where her students continue to improve and impress both on and off the court. As a coach and chairperson, she has developed many players and programs and continues to do so at her current school, Queen Elizabeth High School.
Sharon’s dedication and passion has made her a most positive leader in all aspects of school life. She is a mentor to new coaches and an advocate for fair play, maximum participation and equal opportunity for all.
Golf is another of her interests and consequently she spent many hours trying to get this sport back into the high school program. Thanks to her efforts it was brought back for one year on a trial basis, but unfortunately didn’t last. However, high school badminton is thriving as more students become involved and both girls and boys programs are growing in numbers each year; which is a tribute to her leadership.
In summary, this award has been named after a most deserving and worthy individual.
2015-16Mattea LeeWestern Canada2014-15Tara GreenSt Mary's2013-14Allison WoQueen Elizabeth2012-13Allison WoQueen Elizabeth2010-11Janelle WongJames Fowler2009-10Emily HughesBishop O?Byrne2008-09Bailey KomishkeSt. Francis2007-08Ana SerbanHenry Wise Wood
Kevin began his teaching career in 1982 at Western Canada High School as a PE teacher and by the end of his 12 years there was also the department head. He moved to William Aberhart in 1995 as PE Curriculum Leader for 2 years and is now in charge of the Sports Medicine department and program there. His coaching career includes over 20 years of directing the badminton programs at these 2 schools and winning 13 straight Division I City Championships, which is very impressive. Kevin was the CSHSAA Badminton Chair for 17 years. He has also found time to host clinics for badminton coaches and players at HPEC workshops, and in his spare time has coached volleyball for 18 years; winning 7 City Championships and 1 Provincial Championship. In summary, this award has been named after a most worthy individual.
2015-16Brandon ChuWilliam Aberhart2014-15Josh KryczkaWestern Canada2013-14Chris White-GloriaBishop Carroll2012-13Bryce WilliamsBishop O?Byrne2011-12Jeremy RizzoBishop Grandin2011-12Cecil LiuSir Winston Churchill2010-11Tim (Xiao Tian) HeHenry Wise Wood2009-10Benjamin GershkovichHenry Wise Wood2008-09Jeff PeachBowness2007-08David PastewkaWestern Canada2006-07Grace EttingerSt. Mary's2005-06Steven KeatingSir Winston Churchill2004-05Pearl LeungDr. E.P. Scarlett2003-04Tsz Hin KwokQueen Elizabeth2002-03Erik StillingBishop Carroll2001-02Angela HudecBishop Carroll
Carol was the head secretary for 23 years for the CSHSAA and was the glue that held the 14 members of the Physical Education and Athletics departments together at Central Office. She started with John Mayell, then John Semkuley and Tim Main, before retiring under Don Maxwell’s leadership. Every coach and PE teacher in both school systems knew Carol as an extremely pleasant and knowledgeable person on the total picture of athletics and physical education. In other words, she was the brains behind the organization! She had a great sense of humour, was very tactful and most considerate of everyone’s personal feelings. It is an honour to have the Girls Field Hockey Award named after her.
2015-16Jamie EmeryWilliam Aberhart2014-15Julia KwanBishop Carroll2013-14Sam KosmanCentennial2012-13Lauren PerryDr. E.P. Scarlett2011-12Melina FigueroaBishop O?Byrne2010-11Lindsey LoganWilliam Aberhart2009-10Kristina QuanDr. E.P. Scarlett2008-09Marianna ChapmanWestern Canada2007-08Carolina RomeoCentennial2006-07Stephanie PetrowitschErnest Manning2005-06Marla BennettHenry Wise Wood2004-05Becky IwanickiSt. Francis2003-04Sarah WozneySir Winston Churchill2002-03Lyndsay ThorlaciusSir Winston Churchill2001-02 Unknown2000-01Devon PlesukErnest Manning1999-00Rhiannon KreamerSt. Mary's1998-99Stephanie MaxwellWilliam Aberhart High chool
In 1977 Bert started his teaching career in San Gudo, which is in Northern Alberta. After 4 years he moved to Calgary and a new job at St. Augustine Junior High. Then it was off to St. Francis High School for 9 years and finally to Bishop Grandin where he has been a math teacher and coach for over 10 years. Bert is married with two children, a boy and a girl, and he continues to balance his personal life with his professional one. He has coached football and wrestling, but his real passion is for soccer, which he also considers his hobby, and he has coached in this sport for over 20 years. In that period of time he has won 2 City Championships at St. Francis and 1 at Bishop Grandin. He also has won 2 City Championships and 1 Provincial Championship in wrestling. Bert was chairperson of high school soccer for 10 years and still runs the Kick Off Tournament each year for the CSHSAA. Over the years, hundreds of athletes have benefited from his coaching expertise and many have gone on to post-secondary success in soccer, football and wrestling. The highlight of his career is the many great teams he has coached and the wonderful students he had as athletes. In summary, this award has been named after a most deserving teacher and coach.
2015-16Tyson KarminCrescent Heights2014-15Connor WicklumWestern Canada2013-14Brody JacksonCentennial2012-13Kevin SoeBishop Carroll2011-12Trevor KwanDr. E.P. Scarlett2010-11Josh FavelBishop Carroll2009-10Michael SantosFather Lacombe2008-09Bradon WilliamsErnest Manning2007-08Ian RodgerBowness2006-07Dylan HeckbertErnest Manning
Nev Anderson started his teaching career at Crescent Height High School as a physical education teacher and PE Department Head. In his 13 years there he coached football, basketball, rugby, wrestling and swimming, and produced many outstanding athletes and teams. He then moved on to Queen Elizabeth High School as an Assistant Principal, where he coached girls basketball, football and his favourite sport-rugby. After 4 years he moved to his final school, Ernest Manning, as an Assistant Principal and continued his illustrious coaching career with football and girls basketball. After 10 years at Ernest Manning and 27 years with the Calgary Board of Education, he retired in 1994 and now lives in the Windermere Valley in BC, where he is pursuing his latest passion of golf. Nev and his brother Dave (another Calgary teacher) were instrumental in getting rugby into the CSHSAA in 1974 as a recognized sport, after trying relentlessly for 5 years to convince the powers that be that this was indeed a valuable addition to high school athletics.
2015-16Madeleine BrowneSir Winston Churchill2014-15Laura PetrilloSir Winston Churchill2013-14Rachel CowitzWestern Canada2012-13Kimberley OwenSir Winston Churchill2011-12Jacqueline DubreuilWestern Canada2010-11Kati-Anne ZempBowness2009-10Bailey KomishkeSt. Francis2008-09Stephanie McCuskerBishop McNally2007-08Juliana LangenSt. Mary's2006-07Elizabeth (Lizzy) HardySt. Francis2005-06Kimberly GouldWestern Canada2004-05Nicole HouseLester B. Pearson 2003-04Samantha ZaniniSt. Francis2002-03Tanya BoiteauSt. Francis2001-02Not Awarded (Labour Unrest)Unknown2000-01Sarah ZaniniSt. Francis
Joe left Ireland as a young man with a new wife and hopes of continuing his teaching career in Canada. His degree wasn’t fully recognized in Canada, so he took up a new career as a Real Estate Appraiser. This led him to starting his own company and a very successful business until he retired in 2007. Joe has been active for over 40 years with rugby in Calgary and has coached and held executive positions with the Saints Rugby Club and the Calgary Rugby Union, and has been a provincial representative on many committees. He has also been a rugby first division official since 1975 and is admired by all for his fairness, his integrity and his keen knowledge of the game. Joe was an active referee adjudicator and is called upon on a regular basis for his opinion and observations involving rugby. He has coached high school rugby at Henry Wise Wood for over 30 years, even though his children graduated from there many years ago. His daughter Anita has coached field hockey at Henry Wise wood for several years and has been a very successful coach with both the junior and senior teams. In summary, Joe is an outstanding volunteer who is committed to the sport of rugby. He is also a very talented Barbershop singer with the Western Hospitality Choir in Calgary. We are honoured to have this award named after a most deserving coach.
2015-16Kevin WaiandSir Winston Churchill2014-15Kalvin WuJohn G. Diefenbaker2013-14Joshua StewardForest Lawn2012-13Ben LeSageDr. E.P. Scarlett2011-12Kevin FreedenLord Beaverbrook2010-11Harry WillisDr. E.P. Scarlett2009-10David MorinSt. Francis2008-09Ryan WilkesBowness2007-08Andrew MathersHenry Wise Wood2006-07Tim LynnSt. Francis2005-06Bruce DuongLester B. Pearson2004-05Evan MahWilliam Aberhart2003-04Paul SpoeringHenry Wise Wood2002-03Darren KisingerBowness2001-02Not Awarded (Labour Unrest)Unknown2000-01Chris BestWestern Canada1999-00Evan BiancoLord Beaverbrook1998-99Nicholas DoddBowness
Erv retired from education after having spent 25 years in schools as a physical education teacher, coach and administrator. He was a Principal for 20 years with his last school being Father Lacombe, where his support and encouragement helped develop many fine athletes and teams. In his illustrious career he coached volleyball, basketball, cross country and track & field. Erv is past Chairman of the CSHSAA and served on the CSHSAA Executive for 4 years. As a father, he and his lovely wife Joan raised 3 daughters who also showed their love of sports thanks to his positive influence. One daughter was a member of Canada’s National Rugby Team and played in the World Cup in Holland. Erv continues to participate in athletics and competed in the World Masters Games in Edmonton in the 100, 200, Long Jump and Pole Vault.
2005-06Penelope VermeulenAlternative2004-05Crystal BigelowJack James2003-04Helene WilsonLord Shaughnessy2002-03Sarah GatesJack James2001-02Shelley HaydenJack James2000-01Janea HighmoorSir William Van Horne
John began his career with the Calgary Board of Education in 1958 and retired in 1989 after 31 years of dedication to students, teachers and the community. He taught english, social studies and physical education and coached all sports, but basketball, gymnastics and track & field were his favourites. John was the first principal at Jack James High School and through his support and encouragement, the school flourished under his leadership. In 1983 Jack James High School was acknowledged by the Province of Alberta for having an outstanding technical and scholastic program and John was selected for the Alberta Government Achievement Award for Excellence in Education as a leader. He is active in his church community with his family and continues to enjoy life by participating in cross country skiing, skating, hiking, cycling and basketball.
2005-06Tommy MacJack James2004-05Isaac ElliottLord Shaughnessy2003-04Kino WrightLord Shaughnessy2002-03Gordon ReidJack James2001-02Alden PiedadSir William Van Horne2000-01Michael WilsonLord Shaughnessy
Lawrence retired in 2003 after 36 years with the Calgary Board of Education as a teacher, department head, administrator and coach. He is a native Calgarian who married his high school sweetheart, Helen, and they are the proud parents of a daughter, a son, and three grandchildren. He attended Viscount Bennett High School where he competed in cross country, basketball and track & field. Lawrence was the provincial record holder in the mile and the first winner of the inaugural High School Cross Country Championships in 1961. He was also the Canadian Junior Cross Country Champion in 1962. Lawrence attended Idaho State University on a track scholarship and lettered for 4 years in cross country and track. Returning to Calgary in 1968, he started his career as an english and physical education teacher at the new Central Memorial High School, where he coached football, cross country, basketball and track & field. His next stop was Western Canada, where he won 2 City Championships in track & field before moving to central office as a Physical Education Consultant, where he ran all the junior and senior high track meets. From there he went to Ernest Morrow Junior High as an Assistant Principal and coached basketball there and at Forest Lawn High School. His final 2 schools were James Fowler and Henry Wise Wood. Lawrence was the Track & Field Commissioner for the Alberta Schools’ Athletic Association for 8 years and was Head Coach of the Calgary Track & Field Club for 9 years. The ASAA Provincial T&F Aggregate Trophy is named in his honour. He continues to volunteer as an official at the Division, City and Provincial meets. In the past, he has been a Meet Director in track & field for the Canadian Special Olympics, the World Police and Fire Games, the Canadian Masters and the Senior Alberta Games. It is easy to understand why this award was named in his honour.
2015-16Madeleine SumnerWestern Canada2014-15Carly BuckleyQueen Elizabeth2013-14Siri SvenssonQueen Elizabeth2012-13Madison LaurenWestern Canada2011-12Jamie KolodinskyQueen Elizabeth2010-11Maria BernardBishop O?Byrne2009-10Jenna Van VlietDr. E.P. Scarlett2008-09Grace KaryWilliam Aberhart2007-08Megan MacLeanSir Winston Churchill2006-07Evan KimickDr. E.P. Scarlett2005-06Jocelyn WestwoodQueen Elizabeth2004-05Andrew DargieSir Winston Churchill2003-04Stephanie RosenthalWestern Canada2002-03Amanda NorrisLester B. Pearson
Al began what was to become a very successful teaching and coaching career at Mount Royal Junior High in 1979. Ten years later he moved to Jack James High School, where he coached volleyball, wrestling and track & field. From there it was on to Western Canada High School, where he built a dynasty in track & field by winning four City and four Provincial Championships. Mentoring and training these same athletes over this period of time was one of his coaching highlights.
Al’s next move was to Bowness, where he carried on his tradition of developing young athletes and successful programs. From there he moved to his current school, Centennial High School, and was soon totally involved in coaching football, cross country and track & field. His philosophy is simply that hard work and dedication brings about results, regardless of talent or lack of it. Seeing his athletes improve over a season of training and perseverance is a real perk for Al.
As chairman of high school track & field these last couple of years, the program continues to grow thanks to Al’s leadership and enthusiasm. He is a hard working teacher and coach who cares about kids and for this and many other reasons he was honoured by the Calgary Booster Club at their Sportsman of the Year Banquet in 2008 as an Outstanding Athletic Leader in school & club sports. With people like Al coaching track & field it is a sure bet that the sport will continue to succeed for years to come. It is easy to understand why this award was named after him.
2015-16Ryan SmeetonHenry Wise Wood2014-15Ewan MackenzieDr. E.P. Scarlett2013-14Alex JamesCrescent Heights2012-13Karl WagnerSir Winston Churchill2011-12Chris FitzgibbonSir Winston Churchill2010-11Matthew SchaefferSt. Francis2009-10Brendon SkingleDr. E.P. Scarlett2008-09Cole DigelWilliam Aberhart
Gretta was an outstanding physical education teacher at Western Canada High School in the 1950’s and Assistant Supervisor of Physical Education for the Calgary Board of Education in the 60’s. She was a strong advocate for girls physical education and athletics and through her leadership raised their level of recognition and importance to new levels of success. This is the Calgary Booster Club & CSHSAA’s second oldest award as partners and was presented in 1958 for the first time to Judy Matthews of Western Canada. The Gretta Schwartz Memorial Award honours the top female student athlete in grade 12 and recognizes here achievements over three years of high school.
2015-16Madeleine BrowneSir Winston Churchill2014-15Rachel HawkinsBishop Carroll2013-14Katelynn DimmellBishop Grandin2012-13Brianna GhaliWilliam Aberhart2011-12Mikhaila FitzsimmonsSt. Mary's2010-11Larissa CostellaErnest Manning2009-10Kristina QuanDr. E.P. Scarlett2008-09Stephanie McCuskerBishop McNally2007-08Megan MacLeanSir Winston Churchill2006-07Kelsey KublikSt. Francis2005-06Amy WooQueen Elizabeth2004-05Becky IwanickiSt. Francis2003-04Samantha ZaniniSt. Francis2003-04Pamela WeatherbeeLester B. Pearson2002-03Kelly AmundsonWilliam Aberhart2001-02Devon PlesukErnest Manning2000-01Laura WatsonSir Winston Churchill1998-99Miranda MorganBowness1998-98Emma ClimieLord Beaverbrook1996-97Sarah ChelbanaSt. Mary's1995-96Marci StonehockerDr. E. P. Scarlett1994-95Jana Jean KerleyLord Beaverbrook1993-94Debbie ZelezLester B. Pearson1992-93Christy SuhSir Winston Churchill1991-92Lana BuchbergerLord Beaverbrook1990-91Cyntia PastegaSt. Francis1989-90Stacy KozakFather Lacombe1988-89Ludmyla DiduchBishop Carroll1987-88Carol DolanJames Fowler1986-87Jody NicholsonWilliam Aberhart1985-86Joy JohnsonForest Lawn1984-85Laura NalderLord Beaverbrook1983-84Dyane McLurgDr. E. P. Scarlett1982-83Jolayne AndersonJohn G. Diefenbaker1981-82Cathy EsserErnest Manning1980-81Lavonah MulionFather Lacombe1979-80Alison KingSir Winston Churchill1978-79Bonnie MacRaeBishop Carroll1977-78Laura BuehningQueen Elizabeth1976-77Janet KanukaSt. Mary's1975-76Nicolle PfaffeForest Lawn1974-75Lori ChizikDr. E. P. Scarlett1973-74Linda PreuggerCentral Memorial1972-73Terri ThomsonErnest Manning1971-72 (Tie)Carin McBeanCentral Memorial1971-72 (Tie)Linda EasthopeSir Winston Churchill1970-71Gail YeomansCentral Memorial1969-70Raelene MacDonaldErnest Manning1968-69Bev EdwardsCrescent Heights1967-68Joan BlightCrescent Heights1966-67Nancy RobertsonQueen Elizabeth1965-66Liz VanderstamViscount Bennett1964-65Marilyn McNeillWestern Canada1963-64Gwen MaliphantViscount Bennett1962-63Lynn JonesWestern Canada1961-62 (Tie)Shirley ZmurchykViscount Bennett1961-62 (Tie)Sheila IversenWilliam Aberhart1960-61Bonnie CaulfieldWilliam Aberhart1959-60Peggy SmithViscount Bennett1958-59Fran Van SantCrescent Heights1957-58Judy MatthewsWestern Canada
John was a native Calgarian who attended Balmoral, King George and Crescent Heights High Schools, where he was an outstanding athlete in football, hockey and track & field;which were the only sports offered at that time. In 1942 he went overseas with the RCAF as a Navigator. After the war he attended the U of Washington in Seattle, where he received his teaching degree. One of John’s early experiences was at New Dayton, where he coached basketball and track & field. In 1948 he was hired by the Calgary Board of Education as a PE teacher at Western Canada High School, where he also coached basketball and won 2 consecutive City Championships in the 1948-49 and 1949-50 seasons. After 5 years at Western he was offered the job of Director of High School Athletics for the city and he remained in that position for 25 years, retiring in 1978. His wife Helen was also an educator and I might add, a fantastic math teacher! John was the proud father of 2 children, a son Jack who is an architect in Calgary and a daughter Linda who lives in Edmonton. Under John’s leadership physical education and athletics became an outstanding program in Calgary that was admired by all. He was also instrumental in bringing both the Calgary Board of Education and the Calgary Separate School District together in athletics under the operational umbrella of the CSHSAA; and Calgary is the only successful program in Canada to do so. John was the first Secretary-Treasurer of the Alberta Schools’ Athletic Association and held that position until his retirement in 1978. On the national level, he was part of a committee which created the Canadian Federation of Provincial Schools Athletic Association in 1974, to better serve all of Canada in high school athletics. John was also honoured as the first recipient of the Bob Routledge Award for Outstanding Service to the Province of Alberta in Physical Education. In 1973 John was selected by the Calgary Booster Club as Calgary’s Sportsman of the Year. Finally, in 2007 at the age of 91 years, John was inducted into the Alberta Sports Hall of Fame as a most worthy pioneer in high school athletics. The Outstanding Male Student Athlete Award has been named after this fine gentleman and outstanding educator and was first presented in 1990.
2015-16Nolan AtkinsCrescent Heights2014-15Kalvin WuJohn G. Diefenbaker2013-14Jared ArmstrongBishop Carroll2012-13Austen HartleyBishop Grandin2011-12Jordan CrowellJohn G. Diefenbaker2010-11Nick EttingerSt. Mary's2009-10David MorinSt. Francis2008-09Daxton NovakBowness2007-08Greg RafterBishop Carroll2006-07Jasdeep GillJames Fowler2005-06Kevin PetersonBowness2004-05Greg CritchleyDr. E.P. Scarlett2003-04Mark DewitBishop Carroll2002-03Brent KettlesWestern Canada High School2001-02Vihn LuuForest Lawn2000-01Jordan RaugustJohn G. Diefenbaker1999-00Brian EshpeterSt. Francis1998-99Patrick YauSir Winston Churchill1997-98Gerald GardinerBishop Grandin High School1996-97Jeremy LawsonWestern Canada High School1995-96Tyler GraftaasJames Fowler High School1994-95Christopher TeshimaBowness High School1993-94David ShieldsWestern Canada High School1992-93Grant MillarCentral Memorial High School1991-92Shasha BlaskovichSir Winston Churchill High School1990-91Stephen NorrisJames Fowler High School1989-90Brent GoughBishop Grandin High School
This scholarship program began in 1991, with 10 scholarships of $250 each being awarded every year to grade 12 student athletes who are involved in and are members of several athletic teams during their high school careers. In other words, it is a maximum participation award. The number of scholarship and their value was increased in 2007-2008, with 15 scholarships of $500 each being awarded. Each year there are generally over 60 nominations, as each school is able to nominate 1 boy and 1 girl for the scholarships, and in addition the nominees for the Gretta Schwartz and John Mayell award are also included as nominees for these scholarships. The same selection criteria applies as our other awards. However, if an athlete has already won any of our 23 major awards that year, they are not eligible for one of these 15 scholarships. This allows more students to be recognized with a deserving award for a high level of participation.
2015-2016Emily PedersonBishop Carroll2015-2016Tracy EvansBowness2015-2016Benjamin JacksonCentennial2015-2016Francis RoutledgeCentral Memorial2015-2016Maggie ZempCrescent Heights2015-2016Anna BenderDr. EP Scarlett2015-2016Tyler KiyonagaDr. EP Scarlett2015-2016Jessica NabozniakJohn G Diefenbaker2015-2016Jenessa AchalLester B. Pearson2015-2016Abby GilletteRobert Thirsk2015-2016Benjamin DarbyRobert Thirsk2015-2016Angela ReyesSt. Martin de Porres2015-2016Sarah McManusSt. Mary's2015-2016Alexandre Le BlancSt. Mary's2015-2016Gabriel TremblayWilliam Aberhart2014-2015Morgan RackelBishop Grandin2014-2015Paul GrattonBishop Grandin2014-2015Alana JohnsonDr. EP Scarlett2014-2015Ryan SkingleDr. EP Scarlett2014-2015Vanessa HuynhJohn G Diefenbaker2014-2015Charlene MadayagFather Lacombe2014-2015Jeshrun Antwi BoasiakoFather Lacombe2014-2015Harveen PaddaLester B. Pearson2014-2015Riley IsslerLester B. Pearson2014-2015Katrina SzumlasNotre Dame2014-2015Isabella RobinsonQueen Elizabeth2014-2015Phil HanSt. Francis2014-2015Colin HillsonSt. Martin de Porres2014-2015Ciara McFaddenSt. Mary's2014-2015Emma MartinWilliam Aberhart2013-2014Mary OsborneBishop O?Byrne2013-2014Josh WebsterBowness2013-2014Colin RichardsonCentennial2013-2014Julie PorterCrescent Heights2013-2014Tunde KadiriCrescent Heights2013-2014Abby GibbDr. EP Scarlett2013-2014Elizabeth BuieErnest Manning2013-2014Sarah NabozniakJohn G Diefenbaker2013-2014Fiona BurnsQueen Elizabeth2013-2014Carter BatesSt. Francis2013-2014Shayla KleinSt. Mary's2013-2014Elizabeth VinnellSir Winston Churchill2013-2014Breanne SinnottWestern Canada2013-2014Emily PrystupaWilliam Aberhart2013-2014Daylan SchulteWilliam Aberhart2012-2013Michael WestBishop Carroll2012-2013Emma Jerome SmithBishop McNally2012-2013Erin JamesBishop O?Byrne2012-2013Brad HansenCentennial2012-2013Christina MinionsCentral Memorial2012-2013Christopher ProsperCentral Memorial2012-2013Alex HiattErnest Manning2012-2013Laura de WaalJohn G. Diefenbaker2012-2013Shirley LuongLester B. Pearson2012-2013John PennyNotre Dame2012-2013Owen WoycenkoQueen Elizabeth2012-2013Riley KowbelSt. Francis2012-2013Kevyn TimmonsSt. Gabriel2012-2013Brian MadayagSt. Gabriel2012-2013Kristina SiroishkaSt. Mary's2012-2013Robert BzdziuchSt. Mary's2011-2012Andrew FlowerBishop Carroll2011-2012Robert (Mark) BanksBishop McNally2011-2012Emily KearlBowness2011-2012Kiehl PedersenCentennial2011-2012Armin RouhiCrescent Heights2011-2012Jayne McKayErnest Manning2011-2012Sam MasonErnest Manning2011-2012Jamie CassieHenry Wise Wood2011-2012Christina ReidJohn G. Diefenbaker2011-2012Jennifer ChenLester B. Pearson2011-2012Ramitpal (Rami) LalriaLester B. Pearson2011-2012Robyn SpilsburyNotre Dame2011-2012Alyssa WalthersQueen Elizabeth2011-2012Monique MorinSt. Francis2011-2012Paul KieferSt. Francis2010-2011Karen KamarBishop Carroll2010-2011Brianna WalshBishop Grandin2010-2011Jesaiah CoyBishop Grandin2010-2011Tanner RakocheyBishop O?Byrne2010-2011Emma Cook-ClarkeBowness2010-2011Kyle HorvathBowness2010-2011Nick ProctorCrescent Heights2010-2011Amy BlockLester B. Pearson2010-2011Carolina AmbrogianoSt. Francis2010-2011Daniel (Ki Hoon) HanSt. Francis2010-2011Abbey KindSt. Gabriel2010-2011Jenna TrofinSir Winston Churchill2010-2011Scott SecordSir Winston Churchill2010-2011Laura PerryWestern Canada2010-2011Kyle DubreuilWestern Canada2010-2011Kendal Rae BaydaSt. Martin de Porres2009-2010Benjamin BullockBishop Carroll2009-2010Nicole KingBishop Carroll2009-2010Nancy EnnsBishop McNally2009-2010Owen SonBishop O?Byrne2009-2010Maxine SaretskyCentennial2009-2010Dallin HardinCentennial2009-2010Jeffrey VelaCrescent Heights2009-2010Alicia GuenetteFather Lacombe2009-2010Tony IsslerJames Fowler2009-2010Otisha SousaJames Fowler2009-2010Shani FrugtnietLester B. Pearson2009-2010Daniela UrregoNotre Dame2009-2010Eric BuckleyQueen Elizabeth2009-2010Cassidy OsterlingSt. Francis2008-2009Marina GiovanoliBishop Carroll2008-2009Jorge EscobedoBishop O?Byrne2008-2009Eric StryboschBishop O?Byrne2008-2009Claire VerhagenBowness2008-2009Kelsey BartelCentennial2008-2009Thomas LangleyDr. E.P. Scarlett2008-2009Pamela DowneyHenry Wise Wood2008-2009Monique JarrettJohn G. Diefenbaker2008-2009Matthew SaundersLord Beaverbrook2008-2009Monika MarkovinovicNotre Dame2008-2009Emma MarlerQueen Elizabeth2008-2009Robyn GriffithsSt. Francis2008-2009Alex NaylorWestern Canada2008-2009Wilmar TevesWestern Canada2008-2009Tyler McDonoughWilliam Aberhart2007-2008Kelsey FriesenBowness2007-2008Taylor SmartBowness2007-2008Keara ThompsonBishop Carroll2007-2008Elena FarriesBishop McNally2007-2008Alanna RobertsonCentennial2007-2008Charissa StadnykCentral Memorial2007-2008Jenn VannCrescent Heights2007-2008Michael BarrettDr. E.P. Scarlett2007-2008Heather StarkDr. E.P. Scarlett2007-2008Max LesziakErnest Manning2007-2008Andrea LoriaSt. Francis2007-2008Philip MorinSt. Francis2007-2008Kristjana FridfinnsonSir Winston Churchill2007-2008Lindsay GouldWestern Canada2007-2008Sarah MarshallWilliam Aberhart2006-2007Alexandra SiemieniukBishop Grandin2006-2007Kristen BartonBowness2006-2007Jackie FisherCentennial2006-2007Genevieve TaylorDr. E.P. Scarlett2006-2007Vishal VarshneyDr. E.P. Scarlett2006-2007Kyla Van LeeuwenJames Fowler2006-2007Zach PattersonLord Beaverbrook2006-2007Madison FicaccioSt. Francis2006-2007Evan RasmussenWestern Canada2006-2007Stephanie ChanWilliam Aberhart2005-2006Kristina CarterBowness2005-2006Jayne CollettCentral Memorial2005-2006Chelsea SmolkaFather Lacombe2005-2006Stacey JohnsonLester B. Pearson2005-2006Paddy WatsonQueen Elizabeth2005-2006Katherine AnkerQueen Elizabeth2005-2006Jeff HowsonSt. Francis2005-2006Hillary KernahanWestern Canada2005-2006Lauren WonforWestern Canada2005-2006Jonathan HeinzWilliam Aberhart2004-2005Danielle FlemingBishop Grandin2004-2005Carolyn WongDr. E.P. Scarlett2004-2005Kyle FiolkaLester B. Pearson2004-2005Stacey McLeodLord Beaverbrook2004-2005Madyson McKayQueen Elizabeth2004-2005Brianna StrongQueen Elizabeth2004-2005Kelsey DoolaarSt. Francis2004-2005Tara BarberWestern Canada2004-2005Patrick McGillivrayWestern Canada2004-2005Will RansonWilliam Aberhart2003-2004Theresa ManalotoBishop McNally2003-2004Ryan SemenchukBowness2003-2004Brett MyerCentral Memorial2003-2004Chris PedersenErnest Manning2003-2004Nick WaterburyHenry Wise Wood2003-2004Amanda HoltLester B. Pearson2003-2004Lisa WeatherbeeLester B. Pearson2003-2004Richard EnnsSt. Francis2003-2004Max EttingerSt. Mary's2003-2004Angelique RosenthalWestern Canada2002-2003Tim SatoBishop McNally2002-2003Leah AndriesBowness2002-2003Darren KisingerBowness2002-2003Nicole HoffartFather Lacombe2002-2003Ciara SimpsonForest Lawn2002-2003Jordan BalabanHenry Wise Wood2002-2003Julie HardingQueen Elizabeth2002-2003Sarah LinSir Winston Churchill2002-2003Tanya BoiteauSt. Francis2002-2003Megan GouldWestern Canada2001-2002Alex AndrewsBowness2001-2002Lynn PetersonBowness2001-2002Sarah CraigDr. E.P. Scarlett2001-2002B.J. KellyFather Lacombe2001-2002Caitlin ColvinLester B. Pearson2001-2002Kathryn GardnerLester B. Pearson2001-2002Nicole DunbarSir Winston Churchill2001-2002Bonni AllanSt. Francis2001-2002Shirley BlundellSt. Mary's2001-2002Brandan SchiffnerWestern Canada2000-2001Kelsey AndriesBowness2000-2001Shaun PhillipsBowness2000-2001Daniel HoldenCentral Memorial2000-2001Jon WalkerDr. E.P. Scarlett2000-2001Terri WhiteheadDr. E.P. Scarlett2000-2001Casey HaddockErnest Manning2000-2001Katharine AdamsSir Winston Churchill2000-2001Matthew LamersSt. Francis2000-2001Jessica FoltinekSt. Mary's2000-2001Chris BestWestern Canada2000-2001Stephan HautzWilliam Aberhart1999-2000Steven KungDr. E.P.Scarlett1999-2000Karen McCollErnest Manning1999-2000Justin ParrenoFather Lacombe1999-2000Janna KonihowskiHenry Wise Wood1999-2000Stefanie DemoskoffJohn G. Diefembaker1999-2000Carolyn TomLord Beaverbrook1999-2000Alicia DanielsonQueen Elizabeth1999-2000Lauren ArabSt. Francis1999-2000Bethany HoneySir Winston Churchill1999-2000Emily KroshusWestern Canada1998-1999Erin O?FeeBishop McNally1998-1999Nicholas DoddBowness1998-1999Shane JacobsBishop Carroll1998-1999Graham IngramQueen Elizabeth1998-1999Jesse HansonQueen Elizabeth1998-1999Marika WhiteheadSir Winston Churchill1998-1999Lisa NellSt. Francis1998-1999Tandy SwannSt. Mary's1998-1999Erica MooreWilliam Aberhart1998-1999Sara MaxwellWilliam Aberhart