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Female finalists

Susan Boroski: River East Collegiate

1977 -- varsity girls basketball provincial champion MVP

1977 -- provincial badminton champion in girls doubles

1976-77 -- provincial girls' hurdle champion

Megan Cyr: Lord Selkirk Regional Secondary School

2007-08 MHSAA female athlete of the year

2006 and '07 -- provincial AAAA basketball final four; selected all-star

2005-07 -- provincial AAAA volleyball champion MVP and all-star

2005 -- provincial AAAA JV girls' basketball finalist and provincial all-star

Tammy Mahon: Treherne Collegiate

1998 MHSAA female athlete of the year

1997 -- junior varsity high jump record (record still stands)

1997 -- provincial A girls' volleyball champion -- selected all-star

1998 -- provincial A basketball champion -- selected MVP

1998 -- varsity girls' high jump record (record still stands)

Sami Jo Small: Collège Jeanne Sauvé

1994 MHSAA female athlete of the year

1994 AAA provincial volleyball champion -- selected MVP

1994 -- provincial girls singles badminton champion

1994 -- varsity girls record in discus and javelin (records still stand)

Male finalists

Jon Hanec: Dakota Collegiate

1991-92 MHSAA male athlete of the year

1991 provincial AAAA volleyball champion -- selected all-star

Dennis Nord Award for volleyball

1992 provincial basketball champion -- selected all-star

Carl Ridd Award for basketball

1992 -- third in javelin at provincials

1992 -- second in badminton at provincials

Garth Pischke: Silver Heights Collegiate

1969-71 -- outstanding high school volleyball player; selected MVP at every tournament his team played in

Also participated in basketball, track

Toon Van Lankvelt -- Neelin High School (Brandon)

Participated in volleyball, basketball, soccer

2001-02 MHSAA male athlete of the year

2001 -- provincial AAA volleyball championship (second place) -- selected all-star

2002 -- provincial AAA basketball champion; selected all-star

2002 -- ranked No. 2 volleyball player in province

Rick Watts: Dakota Collegiate

A multi-sport athlete who participated in basketball, volleyball and track and field

1969, 1971 -- captain and provincial all-star -- provincial finalist basketball team

1970 -- captain and all-star of provincial champion basketball team

1970 and 1971 -- captain and provincial all-star of both teams that captured the provincial volleyball championship

1970 -- gold medallist in high jump, setting a provincial record

Republished from the Winnipeg Free Press print edition December 8, 2012 C3

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