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Big Night for Sarnia Pacers Jr B Lacrosse Awards and Major Announcement for 2013 season
August 2, 2012


Point Edward, On - The Sarnia Pacers Jr B Lacrosse Club held their annual awards banquet Wednesday night at the Point Edward Ex-Servicemen's Club in Point Edward.

Liam Wright earned The Douglass Daye Sr Memorial Award for the Player who Exemplifies Heart, Hustle and Desire, later on he was also presented with the McNeil Insurance Brokers Award for Rookie of the Year. 

The Herb Lea Memorial Trophy for Best Defensive Player was presented to Ryan Charteris.  The In-Motion Health Wellness and Fitness award for Top Scorer of the season went to TJ Mara. Mara was also given the honour of receiving the Jack Zonneville Trophy for MVP of the year.  The Harold Snell Memorial Trophy was presented to the Sarnia Pacers Most Sportsmanlike Player Mike Ravenhorst.

Connor Smith earned the Cal Adams Memorial Trophy Unsung Hero Award and Cody Ross was presented with the Ivan Denure Memorial Award for Most Improved Player.  The Most Dedicated Pacer, The Tom Wright Sr Memorial Trophy was presented to Ben Walker. 

The Barr Award to recognize high achievement in the sport of Lacrosse was presented to Off Floor Official Steve Kutz and his staff Len Saunders, Dave Mara, Ryan Davis and Dan Dunn.

Later in the evening Manager Ken Barrett made the official announcement that the Jr. B Pacers will have a new home for the 2013 season.  Point Edward Mayor Dick Kirkland and Councillor Bev Hands was present for the official signing of the contract. "Welcome Back" said Mayor Kirkland in his address to the crowd on hand "I'm glad the signing of the contract will bring Lacrosse back to Point Edward".

Returning to the bench next year is Coach Kevin Hugget who compliments the executive as he is looking forward to next year.  Hugget will be holding training sessions throughout the winter.  " I'm hoping the players will come in better condition for next year.  I'm looking for 25 dedicate athletes who want to learn the game." said Huggett. "if there are young people out there that want to learn this game to contact the team".
Hugget invites people who have never played before to join them over the winter to learn.    The training session will be held at the MMA facilities on London Road. 

Hugget is also please with the move back to Point Edward. "It's like coming home for me" Hugget said "I played all my junior lacrosse in the Point, so I'm coming home, it's a good thing".

Anyone interested in learning more about the Pacers Jr B upcoming training sessions please contact
Manager Kevin Barrett by email






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