Both Fischer’s made incredible contributions to the school, not only this season, but during their earlier year’s at WDSS, starring in sports such as volleyball, basketball, football, and soccer. Shauney Fischer will be playing OUA basketball next season for the York Lions
Winning the Ebnar Sportsmanship Award was Erin Lee, while former OFSAA gold medalist Jack Cavanagh was given the Tartan Fair Play Award.
Other major award winners included Corrie Routley (Outstanding Female Team Member), Mackenzie Modde (McFadden Award Contribution to SAA), Dan Fox (CR Maltby Award – Outstanding contribution to WDSS), and coach and teacher Jason Pettipiece (Ingrid Lahey Spirit Award).
Nevada Riley was named the Walpole Island First Nation Male Athlete of the Year, while Kayla Riley was awarded the female version of this honour.
Receiving the McLean Plaque for Contribution to Athletics were Mike Foster and Kaylene Hagen.
After going a perfect 11-0, to win both the Kent and SWOSSAA Championships, the WDSS Senior Boys Football team were named the Tom Ayres Team of the Year.
Moving to the younger grades, Haley Sarapnickas was named the female junior athlete of the year, while Josh Berkvens and Garth Denys shared the honour on the male side. Winning the Mr. Martin Rookie of the Year award were Alyssa Lucier and Nathan Outridge.
Winning her second award of the night, Mackenzie Modde received the Andy Johnston Memorial Award.
Along with female athelte of the year honours, Shauney Fischer also was awarded with the prestigious Brad Lightfoot Memorial Award and Scholarship.