Bell Warriors Banquets – A Celebration of Greatness

Two sold-out Bell Warriors Team Banquets were held Saturday, January 7th and the spirit of celebration couldn’t have been better.  The event was hosted for the 1st time at The ALE – Amberwood Lounge & Eatery in the heart of Stittsville.  The food and atmosphere couldn’t have been better for our 2016 year-end awards ceremony.
 
The 2016 Bell Warriors Tackle Football Major Award winners were:
 

Tyke Major Award Winners Front Row from L to R: Nolan Dulmage (Offensive Player of the Yr), Josh Olubajo (MVP), Mason Jude (Coaches’ Choice). Back Row L to R: Tyler Davies-Gordon (Defensive Player of the Yr), Jack Ellis (Best OL) and Louis Turpin (Most Improved Player). Missing from photo: Mason Quinn (Rookie of the Yr), Jesse Arts (Most Versatile Player) and Quinn McLeod (Best DL)

Tyke Head Coach Brian Patterson with Tyke MVP Josh Olubajo. CONGRATS JOSH!

Mosquito MVP Avery Osborne with Mosquito OC George Stengel (far left), Head Coach Geoff Forsyth (middle) and Don Osborne Mosquito DC (far right). CONGRATS Avery!

Pee Wee Major Award Winners: Front Row from L to R: Tobi Gale-Fields (Most Improved Player), Joshua Chambers (Most Versatile Player), Matt Sheehan (Best DL), Dakari Baskin (Outstanding LB), Jacob Dugas (Offensive Player of the Yr). Back Row from L to R: Kai Padamshi (Best OL), Seb Ismail (Outstanding Offensive Back),Brandon Graff (Coaches’ Choice), Armando Pascual de la Cruz (Best DB), Trey O’Brien (MVP), Ethan Ryan (Warrior Award), Daniel Briere (Special Award). Missing from photo: James Pendlebury (Rookie of the Yr), Shyreek Phillips (Defensive Player of the Yr),

Pee Wee Major Award Winners: Front Row from L to R: Tobi Gale-Fields (Most Improved Player), Joshua Chambers (Most Versatile Player), Matt Sheehan (Best DL), Dakari Baskin (Outstanding LB), Jacob Dugas (Offensive Player of the Yr). Back Row from L to R: Kai Padamshi (Best OL), Seb Ismail (Outstanding Offensive Back),Brandon Graff (Coaches’ Choice), Armando Pascual de la Cruz (Best DB), Trey O’Brien (MVP), Ethan Ryan (Warrior Award), Daniel Briere (Special Award). Missing from photo: James Pendlebury (Rookie of the Yr), Shyreek Phillips (Defensive Player of the Yr),

From L to R: Head Coach Mike Polito, Jason Mousseau, Trey O’Brien (MVP), Don Wallace, Dan Crabtree (VP of Finance), Brendan Stack and Tremayne Rockburn

Bantam MVP with Coaches from L to R: Paul Stewart (Head Coach), Joe Papalia (DC), Scott Statham (DL), Tim Sheahan (OC), Carl-André Potier & Jesse Card (DB) CONGRATS NICK!

Bantam Award Winners: Front Row from L to R: Shayne Forsyth (Outstanding Defensive Player), Josh Streng (Most Versatile Player), Connor England (Best OL), James Keenan (Most Outstanding Offensive Player – for the 2nd straight year!). Back Row from L to R: Cedrik Rumbold (Best DL), John Lubemba (Rookie of the Year), Andrew Fullerton (Coaches Choice Award and Leadership Award), Cameron Campbell (Best DB), Nick Simms (MVP) and Tyler Courtland (Most Improved Player

Sadly Carmen Schwartz (VP of Administration) and her husband Ken Schwartz (Director of Equipment) are stepping down in 2017. Both were recognized at the event and will be sorely missed. Pictured from L to R: Paul Stewart (President), Joe Papalia (Bantam DC), TIm Sheahan (VP & Bantam OC), Carmen Schwartz (VP), Ken Schwartz (Director of Equipment), Jesse Card (President, HESN) and Carl-André Potier

 

To everyone in attendance, we hope you enjoyed our event(s) and Celebration of Greatness!