Winners of the "Most Time Off" award for overall improvement this season
The Wilmot Aquatic ACES swim club gave out end-of-year awards earlier in June. Here are the swimmers recognized this year:
Top 10 for Most Time off (actual time off during long-course and short-course season):
10th J.Jay Funk 196 sec
9th Jacob Isaac 245 sec
8th Grace Cameron 264 sec
7th Damon Woolvett 294 sec
6th Katie Cameron 302 sec
5th Caleb Isaac 329 sec
4th Molly Cameron 381 sec
3rd Tyler Kinzie 398 sec
2nd Celine Funk 422 sec
1st Kaitlyn Ulmer 464 sec
Most Improved: Given to the girl and boy in each age group who has shown the best overall improvement (times, stroke, attitude, work ethic, commitment, sportsmanship) during the season.
8 and under Girls: Masha Kagolovaskaya and Hanneke Isert Bender
8 and under Boys: Brayden Van De Wynkel and Nolan Kennedy
10 and under Girl: Molly Cameron
10 and under Boy: Devin Mechalko
12 and under Girl: Sydney Gunn
12 and under Boy: Jonah Noseworthy
14 and under Girl: Mackenzie Saar and Ally Govier
14 and under Boy Caleb Isaac
15 and over Girl: Mary Tilford
15 and over Boy: Kris Sanders
Most Improved Master Swimmer: Greg Hallman
Winners of the Aquatic ACES' Most Improved Award for 2010-2011
GOOD SPORT AWARD:
Given to at least one swimmer from Junior Aces, teal/white and green and up, who displays fair play, has fun and always works hard at getting better:
Jessica Glendinnig, Whitney Stone, Celine Funk and Kaitlyn Ulmer
TEAM PLAYER AWARD:
Given to someone who is a very important member of the team because of their commitment, fun personality, and for wanting to be a part of this team even if they are not the best swimmer, makes people feel welcome on the team:
Trevor Mains, Katie Cameron, Josh Cober.
400 INDIVIDUAL MEDLEY COMBINED TIME AWARD:
Alex Buehlow and Erica Buehlow for the best combined times when adding up their four 100 metre events.
SPECIAL HELPER AWARD:
A member who is always willing to help anyone out, helps with the younger swimmers, is very enthusiastic about the team and is great with team spirit:
Caleb Isaac and Elise Funk
To the swimmer who is an all round great athlete, who works hard, has team spirit, a great work ethic. The coaches love to have this person around, and they have fun with all team members:
Jacob Isaac, Damon Woolvett, Regan Kennedy, Caitlyn Armstrong, Grace Cameron, and Margaret Heckman
This award is given to the person who exudes cheerfulness, helpfulness, confidence and whom the coaches most enjoy seeing on the deck. This person shows great sportsmanship and cheers his/her teammates on, no matter what:
Erica Buehlow and Tyler Kinzie
A new award this year was called the “Above and Beyond Award“ for vounteer of the year. It was presented by the board to the parent that goes above and beyond the call of duty for volunteering with the club. The first winner this year was Jackie Buehlow for her past eight years of volunteering on the board of directors, as well as coaching and everything else involved in the team.
ACE OF THE YEAR 2010-2011 FOR MOST VALUABLE TEAM CONTRIBUTION:
The ACE of the Year award for most valuable team contribution went to Elise Funk, for displaying excellent team commitment and spirit, great work ethic, team leadership and role modeling, and strong determination to excel to the best of her ability throughout the swim season.
This swimmer exemplifies what it takes to be an all-round great athlete
This award is voted on by the swimmers on the team to the person they think represents the most Valuable ACE.
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