Deniliquin High School’s sporting stars were recognised at the school’s 2017 presentation night.
Award recipients were as follows:
Sports Pennants for Riverina Representation: AFL – Harry Hillier; Athletics – Cameron Crockart, Rachel Crockart, Kyle Elphick, Emma McCallum, Charlotte Strong and Anna Young; Cross Country – Jaye Charlton, Rachel Crockart, Macie Free, Ella Harvey, Emma McCallum, Charlotte Strong and Sophie Strong; Swimming – John Bowie, Stephen Dalzell, Hayley Denny, Rhiannon Nicholls, Charlotte Strong and Sophie Strong; Tennis – Bree Collins and Eimar Gogarty.
Best Junior Girl – Charlotte Strong.
Best Junior Boy – Tomas Bradley.
Best Senior Girl – Jackie Thorpe.
Best Senior Boy – John Bowie.
Premier’s Sporting Medallion – Harry Hillier.
Pierre de Coubertin Award – Georgia Smith.
Swimming Age Champions: 12 Years – Ethan Simmons and Jaye Charlton; 13 Years – Tomas Bradley and Charlotte Strong; 14 Years – Luke Rodda and Sophie Strong; 15 Years – Billy Michael and Tessa Bulmer; 16 Years – John Bowie and Rylee Strong; 17 Years – Stephen Dalzell and Maddison Strong.
Athletics Age Champions: 12 Years – Ethan Simmons and Holly Amor; 13 Years – Tomas Bradley and Georgia McCulloch; 14 Years – Zach Noonan and Ella Harvey; 15 Years – Djaidha Miller and Mia Jenkins; 16 Years – Kyle Elphick and Rylee Strong; 17 Years – Benjamin Blenkiron and Georgia Smith.
Cross Country Age Champions: 12 Years – Ethan Simmons and Jaye Charlton; 13 Years – Tomas Bradley and Charlotte Strong; 14 Years – Zach Noonan and Rachel Crockart; 15 Years – Harry Hillier and Emma McCallum; 16 Years – Ryan MacDonald and Georgia Richards; 17 Years – Georgia Smith.