The Moose Jaw High School Athletic Association honoured the top athletic performers for the month of June recently to close out the 2018-19 season.

Riverview's Brooke Seiferling took the Athlete of the Month honour for her performances in volleyball, basketball, badminton and track-and-field during the year. Fellow Royal Reymond Tallud was honoured for his performances in volleyball and basketball this year.

Cornerstone's awards went to Robyn Read for her volleyball and basketball exploits, while Zach Beital was honoured for his volleyball, badminton and track-and-field prowess.

Central's Kada Klein had great seasons in basketball and track and field, while fellow Cyclone Liam Kerr starred in football, volleyball, basketball, badminton and track-and-field.

Mackenzie Miller and Cody Statham were the recipients for Vanier after performing well in volleyball and basketball, and football and track-and-field, respectively.

Peacock's Reece Helland collected the honour for his play with the school’s golf, volleyball, badminton and track and field teams. Meagan MacDonald had a great year in cross-country, soccer, basketball, badminton and track-and-field.

Melissa Ellis was honoured from Caronport after representing the school well in volleyball, basketball, badminton and track-and-field.

The MJHSAA also honoured this year's Champion of Character Award winners:

Peacock's Reece Helland and Katherine McDougall; Central's Ashlyn Jesse and Gurav Changar; Cornerstone's Grace Geradts and Ty Elliot; Riverview's Reymond Tallud and Keara Baksa; and Vanier's Olivia Moyse and Cody Statham.

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