Cunha, Cavanagh, Claridge Football MVPs

footballThe KCSSAA Senior football league handed out their annual MVP honours to a trio of local high school athletes this week.

UCC Lancers running back Anthony Cunha was named the league’s offensive MVP. Cunha, a Wallaceburg resident, helped the Lancers to a 4-2 regular season record before being ousted by the Wallaceburg Tartans in the Kent final. Cunha also plays club football for the Chatham-Kent Cougars.

Linebacker Jack Cavanagh of the three-peat Kent Champion Wallaceburg Tartans, and Carter Claridge of the John McGregor Panthers shared the defensive MVP honours. Cavanagh is a third year senior, serving as an integral part in Wallaceburg’s three-peat Kent titles, and SWOSSAA wins.

The league’s other major honour, the Robinson-Bruette Award, which is awarded for academic success, leadership, and citizenship was given to CKSS quarterback and defensive back Jake Lindley of the Chatham-Kent Secondary School Golden Hawks.

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