Fifty years fittingly celebrated

Cinquante années dignement célébrées

LOUISEVILLE — Laury Hebert, a student from the fifth secondary school, The Discovery, has been nominated sports personality of the year at the gala of the réseau du sport étudiant de la Mauricie, Thursday, at school the call of Louiseville.

A volleyball player and flag football, she was unaware that the stakeholders of the school of Saint-Léonard-d’aston had filed his nomination. She has learned the new there are only a couple of weeks.

“It’s a nice recognition, but I’m not very involved during my high school years to receive such an honor. I was doing it really for fun and the passion” shared a teenage girl smiling, at the end of the evening.

The player of the Broncos has notably worked on the committee of the Polycourons Terry-Fox. She also offered her time as a scorer for a variety of disciplines, in addition to coach teams of young students. She will begin her studies in the natural sciences at the Collège Laflèche in a few months.

This gala celebrated excellence in sport and academic student-athletes, but also the half-century of existence of the RSEQ. It was also the 35th anniversary of this evening event dedicated to youth. The leaders of the RSEQ have taken the opportunity to admit Guy Jutras (Jean-Nicolet) to their hall of fame.

The director-general, Sean Cannon, praised the work of his team members, all appointed, as well as students who have provided the music portion of the gala.

The winners
They have been many to climb on the platform Thursday. In the pane on the primary, Alexandre Proulx (international primary school) and Alexis Doucet (Louis-de-France) have inherited the titles of students who best balanced sports and studies.

In regards to the perseverance and academic sports in high school, the elect are Rosalia Caya and Sébastien Dumont, two students of The Discovery. Emma Rousseau (Of the Rock) and Simon-Gabriel Gélinas (Chavigny) are those who best balanced sports and studies.

On the side of the feeder, Alexis Doucet has laid hands on a second trophy. Elizabeth Proulx (international primary school) is the winner. At the secondary level, these recognitions come back to Elizabeth Boivin (Booms) and Antoine Nourry (Jean-Nicolet). Stephanie Bush, the Stopover, has contributed to the development of sport in the community.

In sports, inclusive, Michaël Pinard (The Discovery) has been chosen. The generous prizes Eric Gauthier has been awarded to Bruno Elliott (the Stop) while Naomie Bourdon (Jean-Nicolet) earned the award coup de coeur.

Annabelle Côté (Jean-Nicolet) and Hubert Godin (St. Joseph Seminary) were sacred coaches par excellence, while for the succession, the committee of the jury has opted for Jade Gagnon (Belle Valley) and Frederick Douville (The Discovery).

Many teams have also seen their efforts to be rewarded. The women’s team in division 2 and the best is that of the Booms in the sport of volleyball benjamin, while the football players of Vikings of Champagnat has been retained at the level of men. In division 1, we welcomed the excellent season of basketball cadets of the SSJ.

In the third division, the women’s volleyball Booms, has again been mentioned, but for juveniles. The Southerners of Jean-Nicolet in basketball juvenile have completed the chart pane in the male.

We emphasize in conclusion that the staff of schools in Belle-Valley to Sainte-Ursule and Jean-Nicolet has been awarded as houses of education conducive to the development of sports and physical activities.

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