Four Cariboo athletes were honoured at the annual BC Hockey Annual General Meeting awards.
Former Quesnel Minor Hockey product Myles Mattila won the President’s Award.
It is given in part for an individual, team, league or association that has brought honour to the amateur hockey fraternity through an outstanding humanitarian endeavor.
In Myles’ case it is for his work with mental health.
Williams Lake’s Troy Weil won the Female High Performance Award.
He coached the under-16 female hockey program of excellence held in Williams Lake and also at the I-D camp in Salmon arm.
And Katya Levermann from 100 Mile House won a BC Hockey Scholarship while Cailey Mellott, also from 100 Mile, won a District Scholarship for the North Central region.