Comet award winners: (back row from left) Katie Revoy

Campbell River Comets stars sparkle on awards night

This year saw many of the Comets athletes achieve a record number of personal bests in their events

The Campbell River Comets Track and Field Club wrapped up another season with their Annual Awards Night on Oct. 27 at the Sportsplex.

This year saw many of the Comets athletes achieve a record number of personal bests in their events, and many continued to excel at the Provincial meets.

This year’s award winners were:


Rookie of the Year – Lacie Simmons and Kaien Eidsvik

Female Sportsmanship Award – Anna Minfray and Madison Ashcroft

Male Sportsmanship Award – Luca Mastrangelo and Seever Rondquist

Most Improved Female Award – Kate-Lynn Revoy

Most Improved Male Award – Marcus Shankar and Marcus Savery

Paul Messinger Award (Most Dedicated Athlete) – Abigayle Underhill and Heather Mudie

Outstanding JD Female Award (13 and younger) – Jessica Revoy

Outstanding JD Male Award (13 and younger) – Trent Perras and Fergus Hall

Outstanding Female Award (14 and older) – Mairin Shields-Brown

Outstanding Male Award (14 and older) – Seever Rondquist


Some Junior Development athletes (aged 13 and under) also achieved Provincial Standards in three or more events to attain their BC JD Achievement Crests:

Bronze Level:

Laure Minfray, Abigayle Underhill, Jessica Revoy, Rowen Berkey

Silver Level:

Kate-Lynn Revoy, Emily Milne, Marcus Shankar, Brayden Hues

Gold Level:

Lacie Simmons, Trent Perras, Menoa Brennan, Fergus Hall


The night concluded with a slide show of some 2015 Comets highlightsof a memorable year.  Winter conditioning begins in November in preparation for the 2016 season.

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