Athletes receive awards

Boundary Minor Hockey held their AGM and awards banquet at the Midway Community Hall last weekend.

Vern Moline (left)

The Boundary Minor Hockey Association AGM and Awards Banquet was held in the Midway Community Hall on April 17.

President – Rob Payne

Vice President – Andrew Bartelings

Secretary – Andrea Kohler

Treasurer – TBD

Two-year director – John Boltz

A bylaw revision that would allow for three one-year directors was approved and the three individuals taking on the job are Byron Colin, Bo Mcfarlane and Marc Geen.

All of the Jr. Novice and Sr. Novice received a medal and a certificate. There is one award for Jr. Novice – Garvin Cox Award – Most Improved Player. This year it was awarded to Cassie Moline. Recognition to the older players was given to:


Hart Trophy – Ben MacFarlane

James Norris Trophy –

Daniel MacFarlane

Calder Trophy – Jonah Payne

Frank Selke Trophy –

Maxwell McQueen

Lady Byng Award – Ayden Colin

HEART Trophy – Sarah MacDonald

Pee Wee

Hart Trophy – Rylonn Elliot

James Norris Trophy – Ronan Goodrich

Calder Trophy – Colin Grob

Frank Selke Trophy – Solomon Payne

Lady Byng Award – JT Boltz

HEART Trophy – Sheinah Bosovich


Hart Trophy – David Launier

James Norris Trophy – Derik Launier

Calder Trophy – Kari Durban

Most Improved Player – Adam Terashita

Lady Byng Award – Darren Peterson

HEART Trophy – Miranda Boltz

Jerry Watson was given a hearty round of applause for another year’s service at the concession. “Being there an hour before practice and serving up meals on the fly,” was how Payne described it.

The rental of the community hall for the evening was paid for by Bored Room Bistro in Midway.

Early bird registration is now open until May 31. Registration forms are available online at

Registration forms must be in by May 31with a non-refundable $50 payment for registration as well as a payment schedule or post dated cheques.

Payne said that everyone was very happy with the new dressing rooms. “We have one of the best arenas in the West Kootenays,” he said.

“We look forward to the upcoming season—it’ll be here before we know it,” he added confidently.


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