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High SCHOOL: LeBlanc, Delaney bring home three distinctions at École NDA athletic honors service

High SCHOOL: LeBlanc, Delaney bring home three distinctions at École NDA athletic honors service

Claire LeBlanc and Mathieu Delaney were the large champs at the École NDA virtual athletic honors function this month.

LeBlanc brought home the most important player grant for soccer, while sharing the MVP respects with Delaney in the crosscountry group. She was likewise named the most sportsmanlike for the school’s senior badminton crew.

Alongside his MVP acknowledgment, Delaney likewise procured the crosscountry group’s most improved honor, while guaranteeing the lesser badminton most improved distinctions also.

In golf, Marcus Larade was named the most important player, while Jaylon Aucoin brought home the most improved and Christian Doucet was perceived for generally sportsmanlike.

Mya Larade was introduced the most improved honor for the crosscountry group, while Lauren Bessey, Hollynn Larade and Nolan LeBlanc were respected with the most sportsmanlike prizes.

Dayna Larade was given the lesser volleyball most important player respects, while Emma Sharpe gathered the most improved honor. Hannah Roach was introduced the most sportsmanlike honor.

In senior volleyball, Makenna Bourgeois was given the MVP grant. Emma Harris brought home the most improved distinctions, while Hannah Harris captured the most sportsmanlike honor.

Alongside LeBlanc winning the school’s top soccer respects, Paige Bishop was the most improved player for the club, while Shelby Deveau caught the most sportsmanlike honor.

In junior badminton, Dayna Larade and Josh Camus were the most important players, while Mya Larade was the most improved alongside Delaney. Deveau and Nolan LeBlanc were given the most sportsmanlike honors.

Stéphane Delaney and Théo Delaney were named the senior badminton most significant players, while Mohannad Alnaasan got the most improved honor.

In the dance programs, Dayna Larade (most important member), Milaine Chiasson (generally improved) and Alyssa Walker (generally sportsmanlike) brought home honors for the lesser division. Emily LeBlanc (most important member), Chloe Odo-Haché (generally improved) and Hannah Harris (generally sportsmanlike) won honors for the senior group.

In earlier years, École NDA and Cape Breton Highlands Academy joined to frame a hockey group which took part in the Cape Breton West High School Hockey League, be that as it may, because of the COVID-19 pandemic, the schools didn’t ice a group this year.

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