QMS athletes were recognized for their athletic performance at the school’s recent Athletics Banquet held at Duncan Meadows Golf Course. (Left to right back: Beth Shartau, Connie Wei, Maiya Modeste, Taylor Kropp, Muskaan Rai and Lily Li. Left to right front: Paola Sanabria Ruiz, Kelly Deng, Viviana Quesada Jimenez and Hailey Gascoigne.)
Duncan, BC, Canada – Queen Margaret’s School recently handed out top performance awards to athletes at their annual Athletic Awards banquet held in May at Duncan Meadows Golf Course.
Several young women were repeat winners throughout the evening, such as Muskaan Rai (Grade 8) who won the Most Improved Player (MIP) Award in midget volleyball, the Spirit Award in badminton and the Midget PE Award, Kelly Deng (Grade 10) who won MIP in senior volleyball, MVP in junior basketball and the Coaches Award while Maiya Modeste (Grade 10) who earned the Spirit Award for soccer also won the coveted Spirit of the Royals Award.
Graduating athletes Connie Wei won MVP honours for badminton and Senior Athlete of the Year, while classmate Kassidy Keith earned the Most Valuable Rider (MVR) award for the third year in a row due to her incredible equestrian performances this season.
Senior Athletics Director, Marlene Donaldson, awards QMS student Maiya Modeste with the Spirit of the Royals Award during their recent Athletics Banquet.
“One of the exciting aspects of QMS athletics is that our students continuously endeavour to reach their full potential,” says Senior Athletics Director Marlene Donaldson. “Our guest speaker Mandy Marchak is one of the world’s best female rugby players and is a tangible example of how commitment and hard work can help you not only attain your personal goals, but establish a pathway to learn valuable life lessons in the process. The lessons our youth learn in sports are invaluable, and ones they will carry with them…always. Congratulations to all of our award recipients.”