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Congratulations To Our Maxwell Scholarship Recipients!

Jun 30, 2021 | Uncategorized

The Brian Maxwell Memorial Scholarship is awarded each year to six student-athletes who will be continuing their post-secondary education at a Canadian College or University. Three males and three females are awarded a scholarship of $5,000. Preference is given to a student whose character is reflective of qualities that Brian Maxwell demonstrated in his life: honesty, integrity, compassion and an unwavering quest to accomplish the best they can, academically and athletically, while supporting fellow team members.

A virtual Recognition Presentation Ceremony will held in August for the six students, their families and select teacher-coaches from their respective schools.

Congratulations to the 2021 scholarship recipients:

  • Zoe Gardiner, Glebe High School (Ottawa)
  • Elissa Frielink, Unity Christian High School (Barrie)
  • Molly Strain, Adam Scott Collegiate Vocational Institute (Peterborough)
  • Roman Mironov, Father John Redmond Catholic Secondary School and Regional Arts Centre (Toronto)
  • Calum Passi, Lasalle Secondary School (Sudbury)
  • Rudy Saal, School Center Catholic Jeanne-Lajoie, Pavillon Secondaire (Pembroke)

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