Peewee Awards

The President’s Trophy

This trophy was donated by Keith Yach and is to be presented to the player at each level who is a good representative of the team both on and off the field. The Bel-Air team President selects the winner, although the coaches are asked to make several recommendations.

2019 Winner – MADDY LAMAR
2018 – Tom Dufour 2001 – Bryan Cerda
2017 – William Copeland 2000 – Vince Patricelli
2016 – Justin Larocque 1999 – Crystal Corneau
2015 – Brennen Coulson 1998 – Ryan Proulx
2014 – Connor Casey 1997 – Jamie Foley
2013 – Liam Paquette 1996 – Chris Belleville
2012 – Liam Kennett 1995 – Giuseppe DiRienzo
2011 – Devin Styles 1994 – Dave Anderson
2010 – Andrew Gregg 1993 – Giovanni Lavallee
2009 – Nick Dupuis 1992 -Devin Murphy
2008 – Tevin Bridges 1991 – Dave Rivers
2007 – Colin Gowling 1990 – Arron McParlan
2006 – Jordan Cargill 1989 – Billy Sinn
2005 – Dillon Potter 1988 – Remo Sicoli
2004 – James Karalekas 1987 – Luigi Costanzo
2003 – John Cloutier 1986 -Jim Clarkin
2002 – Ahmad Youssef

The Keith Yach Trophy

This trophy is named after one of the former Bel-Air Presidents, Keith Yach. It is presented to someone who has persevered to become a better player. Any player can win this trophy regardless of ability, as long as they show the will and effort to improve throughout the season.

2019 Winner – JACOB MOFFATT
2018 – Dominick Forsythe 2002 – Habeeb Hashem
2017 – Kaylee Clostre 2001 – Scott Rodgers
2016 – Gamali Amable 2000 – Konrad Binder
2015 – Yusuf Abdi 1999 – Fabian Parsons-Grimes
2014 – Ryan Maitland 1998 – Ryan Mousseau
2013 – Vincent Tyo 1997 – Andre Corneau
2012 – Patrick Santos 1996 – Kendra Sullivan
2011 – Meech Lamirande – Kabuasa 1995 – Chris McCorkell & Robert McEvoy
2010 – Connoe Paquette 1994 – Norman Reid
2009 – Shawn Reimer 1993 – Alex Lapointe
2008 – Andrew Sneddon 1992 -Rick Whitman
2007 – Uyo Akpan 1991 -Rosario Scalzo
2006 – Jean-Raymond Guillemette 1990 -Jeff Ross
2005 – Kieran Potter 1989 -Aaron Stoudt & Mustafa Siddiqui
2004 – Dylan Almond 1988 -Jack Vallati & Brent Campbell
2003 – Dylan Amunson 1987 – Derek Sauve

The Fahey Trophy

The family of former Bel-Air middle linebacker Willie Fahey donated this award to be presented to the best PeeWee lineman for the season. This trophy winner is selected each season by the Bel-Air Coaches.

2019 Winner – SIMON OUELLETTE
2018 – Erin Childs 1999 – Donovan Bullen
2017 – Keenan Leclair 1998 – Vince Cama
2016 – Shawn Lukusa 1997 – Matt Jackson
2015 – Djosy Lukusa 1996 – Tenroy Reid
2014 – Joey Bak 1995 -JF Blouin
2013 – Connor Williams 1994 – Guiseppe Di Rienzo
2012 – Elias Boyce 1993 – Shane Samaroo
2011 – Chris Vena 1992 – Travis Allen
2010 – Saeed Hersi 1991 – Travis Allen
2009 – Nick Goudie 1990 – Mike Young
2008 – Christopher Tremblay 1989 – Bryce Ostroski & Gaelan Murphy
2007 – Matthew Nixon 1988 – Jack Vallati
2006 – Justin Belair 1987 – James Williams & Ron Warren
2005 – Phil Ste Marie 1986 – Steve Matte & Bobby Regimbald
2004 – Jordan Robb 1985 – Brent Elliott
2003 – Brian Cerda 1984 – Eddie Dolan
2002 – Brian Cerda 1983 – Richard Bujold
2001 – Myles Craig 1982 – Curt Morgan
2000 – Ryan Mousseau 1981 – Peter Lamar

The Crocket Trophy

The family of former Mosquito and Pee Wee player Andrew Crockett donated a trophy in his name shortly after Andrew passed away. This trophy represents the type of player and person that Andrew Crockett was.

This award goes to an individual who has contributed the most to the team (which is not necessarily the most valuable player). To be considered for this trophy, a player would need to contribute a lot to their team in terms of spirit. This is the sort of individual who always turns up in the worst kind of weather, can always be counted on as a team player.

The Bel-Air PeeWee Coaches consider this to be the most important individual award, since it represents the qualities they always look for in players.

2019 Winner – GABRIEL ZAMMAR
2018 – William Cropland 1997 – Wayde Richer
2017 – Keyshawn Reid 1996 – Glen Robertson
2016 – Bryce Russell 1995 – Norman Reid
2015 – Viktor Wozniak 1994 – Joe Costanzo
2014 – Malcolm MacDonald 1993 – Ken Monaghan
2013 – Zachary Drysdale-Levesque 1992 – Devin Murphy & Jason Forget
2012 – Andrew Esdon 1991 – Marc Bourgon & Tim Darsaut
2011 – Connor Paquette 1990 – Serge Robichaud
2010 – Aiden Magee 1989 – Shane Warren
2009 – Evan Smith 1988 -Joe Dupont
2008 – Stephen Cluff 1987 -Charles Dupont
2007 – Nick Gregg 1986 -Luigi Vallati
2006 – Matthew Chartier 1985 – Romeo Cacciotti
2005 – Zack Hamilton 1984 -Dale Horricks & Frank Glogowski
2004 – John Cloutier 1983 -Paolo Daros
2003 – Wassim Sayeh 1982 – Denis Joanisse & Steve Colterman
2002 – Jamie Davidson 1981 -Tom Casagrande
2001 – Mario Lavalle 1980 – Dan Flegel
2000 – Crystal Corneau 1979 -Danny Cook
1999 – Mike Alam & Taich Parsons-Grimes 1978 -Steve MacDougall
1998 – John Crupi & Chris Lewis

The Valiquette Trophy

This trophy was given to the Bel-Air Copeland Lions by Valiquette Sports. This sports store has been in Ottawa since the 1960’s. This trophy is awarded to the most valuable player (MVP) on the PeeWee team. This award is bestowed upon the individual who has performed the best throughout the season.

2019 Winner – CHASE GILLESPIE
2018 – Jerry Momo 1999 – Chris Lewis & Mark Clostre
2017 – Jerry Momo 1998 – Mike Maitland
2016 – Steven Rivera 1997 – Jaime Henriquez & Grant Ladouceur
2015 – Ethan Williams 1996 – Joe Costanzo
2014 – Cameron Goudie 1995 – Joe Costanzo
2013 – Jean-Paul Cimankinda 1994 – Tim Christie
2012 – Devin Styles 1993 – Jason Jeanveaux
2011 – Chris Provost 1992 -Norm Paquette
2010 – Teryn Corrigall 1991 -Eddie Ghantous
2009 – Elias Castillo 1990 -Abel Furtado
2008 – Justice Maci 1989 -Scott Boxall
2007 – Justin Belair 1988 – Flo Costanzo
2006 – Matt Gourgon 1987 -Sheldon Emond
2005 – Justin Chartier 1986 -Roni Falcone & Pat Bujold
2004 – Colin Greene 1985 -Joe Violante
2003 – Colin Greene 1984 -Not Awarded
2002 – Jordan Moore 1983 -Carlo Disipio & Howie Inniss
2001 – Derek Crupi & Geordie MacGregor 1982 -Dean Noel
2000 – Mac Saleh 1981 -Willy Fahey