The Alexander Josephson Memorial Scholarship is awarded in honor of Alexander Josephson, a student, and hockey player at St. John’s Ravenscourt School, who tragically passed away in a car accident in 2005. He was a member of the 2003 Provincial Championship Team and selected as a Provincial All-Star.The recipient of this scholarship is a player who demonstrates strong leadership and team play, high scholastic standing, a hard-working attitude, and is proceeding to a post secondary education. A male and female hockey player will each receive a $2,000.00 scholarship.
The Athlete of the Week is awarded to outstand rural and urban athletes etc. To nominate an athlete fill in this form.
The Credit Unions of Manitoba Scholar Athlete Award is awarded to four students annually who maintain a minimum of 85% average and participate in at least two interscholastic high school athletic activities. Credit Unions of Manitoba awards each a $1,000 scholarship.
The D’Arcy Bain/Fred Stevenson Award is named in honour of long time hockey coach Fred Stevenson of St. John’s Ravenscourt, and the $500.00 Scholarship is sponsored by local Physiotherapist D’Arcy Bain.
Dale Iwanoczko was an outstanding student and athlete, who began his volleyball career playing for Lord Selkirk Regional High School. He advanced to the University of Manitoba where he was named a five time "All Canadian" and "C.I.S Most Valuable Player" in 1991. He was also a member of Manitoba Volleyball Association Provincial Team program. Dale was Valedictorian, "Governor General" Medal Award Winner, and "Athlete of the Year" at Selkirk. He proceeded to obtain his medical degree from the University of Manitoba. Dale Iwanoczko left the sports world at the age of 30, after succumbing to Hodgkin's Disease, a battle he had fought for fourteen months. Friends and colleagues of Dale have come together to create four seven hundred and fifty dollar ($750.00) scholarships in his name to be presented to rural and urban high school volleyball players.
The Ed Belfour Award is named in honor of NHL goalie, Ed Belfour. Belfour played high school hockey at Carman Collegiate for two and a half years and has played with NHL teams in Chicago, San Jose and Dallas. Ed is currently a member of the Toronto Maple Leafs. This award is presented to the most outstanding player in Manitoba High School Hockey.
Garett Lee Sidor, a student at Windsor Park Collegiate was an outstanding young student athlete. His life tragically ended on May 13, 2007. Garett participated in many sports, including hockey, volleyball and basketball. He was selected as an All-Star in the 2007 Provincial “AAA” Basketball Championships which his Windsor Park Royals captured. He was also named to the All Manitoba Team. Garett’s friends and Family have set a scholarship to be awarded to a “AAA” high school basketball player who displays sportsmanship, leadership and outstanding ability. A scholarship in the amount of $500.00 will be awarded annually. Nominations will be taken by the Manitoba High Schools Athletic Association and scholarship funds will be administered through the Garett Lee Sidor Scholarship Fund at the Winnipeg Foundation. Contributions to this fund may be made by contacting the Winnipeg Foundation.
This award recognizes students that exhibit athletic excellence in the four competition categories (A, AA, AAA, AAAA). One Male and one Female athlete can be nominated by their school to receive this award. Each competition category will have a male and female winner and from those winners the male and female "Athlete of the Year" will be named. Nomination form http://mhsaa.winnipegfreepress.org/files/Athlete+of+the+year+nomination+form.pdf
The Manitoba Hockey Hall of Fame is a sponsor of the Ken Friar Nicolson Award. This award is named in honor of long time CJOB radio Winnipeg Jets play-by-play broadcaster Ken Nicolson, who was a tremendous supporter of high school hockey and served on the organization committee for the first two provincial high school championships. Manitoba Hockey Hall of Fame presents a $1,000 scholarship to a high school hockey player who is recgnized for a combination of excellence in athletics, academics, and community service.
This $750.00 scholarship is sponsored by MHSAA Executive Director Morris Glimcher and is presented annually to a student manager. Glimcher began his high school career as a basketball manager at St. John's High School in the early 70's.
Red River Co-Op will be awarding five $1000.00 Scholarships to student athletes who have shown leadership and integrity during their high school athletic career. Two of the Scholarships will be awarded to students enrolled in schools in the Winnipeg Red River Co-op region, while single scholarships will go to a student living in each of the East, South and Interlake Red River Co-op Regions.
Sami-Jo Small was a tremendous athlete in high school and represented Canada at 3 Olympic Games, in two of which, Team Canada won gold. She was also a member of 5 World Championship winning teams for Canada and was MHSAA Athlete of the Year and Scholar/Athlete Award winner in 1994, while attending College Jeanne Sauve. The Manitoba Hockey Hall of Fame presents the Sami Jo Small Award, a $1,000 scholarship to a female high school hockey player who is recognized for a combination of excellence in athletics, academics, and community service.
Presented to one male and one female graduating high school hockey player – a $1000.00 scholarship to be used towards post secondary education. The criteria for this award would include a person’s on-ice skills and achievements, as well as off-ice activities including: leadership in school and community, participation in school and community activities. Applications are evaluated by a committee made up of ex NHL players.