Three Lakes School athletes celebrated for medal-winning year

MIDDLE LAKE — Three Lakes School celebrated an athletic year that saw their team and individual athletes win provincial medals with a banquet.

This year, Three Lakes Avengers athletes made a number of achievements.

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Provincially, senior boys and girls basketball placed first in conferences, and senior boys’ and girls’ soccer won silver. The cross-country team took gold, while track and field athletes achieved the school’s first ever bronze team medal.

At the district level, junior girls’ basketball won their championship and athlete Morgan Otsig won gold in badminton.

“Kids here once again outdid themselves,” said principal Trevor Otsig at the June 13 banquet. “We're extremely proud of their accomplishments, both in the wins column and how they've progressed as young adults.”

Grade 12 students Kelsey Parsons and Masson Altrogge won this year's Spirit of the Avengers award. Parsons won other awards for volunteerism, and was senior girls’ soccer and basketball MVP, while Altrogge won awards for most sportsmanlike in senior boys soccer, hardest working in basketball, most dedicated in badminton, and for dedication and performance in track and field.

Their athletic accomplishments didn’t take just one year, said Parsons.

“We've been doing sports since we were in Grade 4, and with the help of our coaches and fellow teammates who push us to be better, work hard and be dedicated.”

Basketball “is always a highlight for me,” she said, but this year was made even more special when she earned provincial gold in the last game of her high school career.

Altrogge said success is “about showing up early in the morning,” and thanked his community.

“It's a big help when you host a local tournament and the community comes out to cheer you on and support you.”

Hosting the provincial volleyball tournament was this year’s standout for Altrogge.

“To have all of the teams travel to Middle Lake to play against us – it was a great tournament,” he said. The eight teams were a “big influx of people to come through our town.” 



Award Description Winners
4-6 Cross Country Hard work and Dedication (x 2) Blaire Otsig, Brock Gies
Junior Cross Country Most promise (x 2) Morgan Otsig, Cara Dobrohoczki
Senior Cross Country Hard work and Dedication (x 2) Katelyne Richardson, Megan Hauser
Junior Coed Volleyball Hard work Morgan Otsig
Senior Boys Volleyball Team Spirit Landon Dobrohoczki
Senior Girls Volleyball Most improved Morgan Otsig
MVP Volleyball Coed  Most Valuable Player Justin Richardson
MVP Volleyball SG Most Valuable Player Krystal Dobrohoczki
MVP Volleyball SB Most Valuable Player Cole Smith
Kent Lessmeister Memorial Official of the Year   Jade Otsig
4-6 Coed Soccer Hard work (Boy and Girl) Kolten King, Blaire Otsig
Junior Coed Soccer  Sportsmanship Cara Dobrohoczki
Senior Boys Soccer Sportsmanship Masson Altrogge
Senior Girls Soccer  Leadership Krystal Dobrohoczki
Soccer MVP Coed  Most Valuable Player Daylan Hoeflicher
Soccer MVP Coed Most Valuable Player Justin Richardson
Soccer MVP SG Most Valuable Player Kelsey Parsons
Soccer MVP SB Most Valuable Player Cole Smith 
Curling Junior Sportsmanship Karson Pitzel
Curling Senior  Sportsmanship Elise Fleischhacker
4-6 Coed Basketball Most Improved (Boy and Girl) Brock Gies, Shakira King
Junior Girls Basketball Dedication and Determination Cara Dobrohoczki
Senior Boys Basketball Hardest Working Masson Altrogge
Senior Girls MVP Most Valuable Player Kelsey Parsons
110% Basketball Coed 110% Blaire Otsig
110% Basketball JG 110% Morgan Otsig
110% Basketball SG 110% Katelyne Richardson
110% Basketball SB 110% Aiden King
Badminton Junior Hard work and Dedication Morgan Otsig
Badminton Senior Hard work and Dedication Masson Altrogge
Badminton Junior  Most Improved  Keegan Knapp
Badminton Senior Most Improved Krystal Dobrohoczki
Sports Volunteer Volunteerism Kelsey Parsons
Track and Field Coed Dedication, Performance, Excellence Masson Altrogge
Track and Field Junior Dedication, Performance, Excellence Akeisha King
Track and Field Junior Dedication, Performance, Excellence Breanna Brockman
Track and Field Senior Dedication, Performance, Excellence Rayanne Hoeflicher
Track and Field Senior  Dedication, Performance, Excellence Justin Richardson 
Track and Field Senior  Dedication, Performance, Excellence Blaire Otsig
Intramural Award Team Award Orioles
4-6 Boys Athletic Votes Daylan Hoeflicher
4-6 Girls Athletic Votes Blaire Otsig
7-9 Boys Athletic  Votes Justin Richardson 
7-9 Girls Athletic  Votes Morgan Otsig
10-12 Boys Athletic Votes Masson Altrogge
10-12 Girls Athletic Votes Kelsey Parsons
Participation  Participation Points 1st –  Morgan Otsig  710 pts  
Participation  Participation Points 2nd – Masson Altrogge  635 pts 
Participation Participation Points 3rd –  Kelsey Parsons  630 pts 
Spirit Award Boy Sportsmanship, Leadership, Spirit Masson Altrogge
Spirit Award Girl Sportsmanship, Leadership, Spirit Kelsey Parsons


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