2006 V0cto70an School Spo7ts Awa7ds P7esentat0on Ce7emony 3 F70day, 23 Feb7ua7y 2007 2 © State of Victoria, 2007 Published by the Communications Division Department of Education 2 Treasury Place East Melbourne, Vic. 3002 (03) 9637 2869 www.education.vic.gov.au/about/events The Bracks Government is committed to promoting physical and sport education in schools to help encourage a healthier lifestyle for all Victorian students. We are leading the way as the only State or Territory to mandate school sport and physical education at both primary and secondary school levels.
As well as physical benefits, sport also teaches children other important lessons like confidence, persistence, sportsmanship and competition. The 13th annual Victorian School Sports Awards recognise exceptional sporting achievements by students, teachers and volunteers from our government schools across the State. A total of 43 awards will be presented during today 9s prestigious ceremony 3 39 to primary and secondary students who have excelled in their chosen sport at regional, national and even international levels.
Students will be recognised in 16 sports ranging from taekwondo and cricket to athletics and swimming. All winning students have shown a tremendous passion for their sport and many previous winners have gone on to achieve great sporting fame. Previous award winners ... more. less.
include Jessica Bibby from the Australian Opals, Cameron White from the Victorian Bushrangers and AFL sporting heroes Anthony Rocca, Josh Fraser and more recently Dale Thomas.<br><br> But there are also many unsung heroes who contribute to an individual 9s sporting success including their families, schools, teachers and coaches 4 a number of whom will be recognised throughout today 9s presentation ceremony. Congratulations to every award recipient 4 your extraordinary talent and achievements are an inspiration to your school peers and a tremendous example of the importance of sport in developing healthy, young lives. John Lenders, MP Minister for Education 2006 V0cto70an School Spo7ts Awa7ds 3 \x9 V0cto70an School Spo7ts Awa7ds The annual Victorian School Sports Awards are the highest sporting accolade in Victoria 9s primary and secondary government school sectors.<br><br> Presented for the first time in 1994, the awards recognise excellence across all categories of major school sports and are given to students, coaches, parents and volunteers who have excelled or made an outstanding contribution to school sport. This year, 37 individual student awards, each known as a Sporting Blue, will be presented across 16 school sports to young athletes for their outstanding success in 2006. The origin of the Sporting Blue is based in the history of English sport, when in 1936 during a boat race between Cambridge and Oxford Universities, a Cambridge oarsman tied a light blue ribbon to the bow of the his boat (the colour of his school, Eton College).<br><br> A dark blue ribbon was then ascribed to Oxford (the colour of Christ Church College). Subsequently, a Sporting Blue became identified around the world as an accolade of sporting excellence by young people, and is distinguished by a two-coloured blue ribbon attached to a traditional bronze medallion. The Department of Education believes it is fitting to present Sporting Blue awards as a reflection of the high standard of talent and dedication demonstrated by aspiring young athletes in Victorian government schools.<br><br> M aster of C ereMonies J ason M C C artney Jason McCartney became a national hero in the wake of the Bali Bombings and epitomises the Australian fighting spirit. His story is one of humanity overcoming adversity. Jason, a young Australian with an exceptional talent to play Australian Rules Football, was thrust into the hearts and minds of all Australians through his courageous fight-back from horrible burns he suffered in Bali.<br><br> Few will forget his triumphant return to AFL football on the evening of 6 June 2003. He helped in scoring the winning goal, but his ultimate glory was a victory over terrorism and a cwin d for all those who survived Bali. Jason was awarded an OAM in October 2003.<br><br> Jason 9s career highlights include being a member of the AFL 200 Club, Kangaroos Best Clubman 1999 and 2000 and 1998 Pre-season Premiership Kangaroos. His career started when he was drafted at pick number 4 in the 1990 National Draft by the Collingwood Football Club. Following 38 games with the Pies, Jason crossed over to the Adelaide Crows where he played a further 37 games.<br><br> In 1998, Jason returned to Victoria to play for the Kangaroos and went on to play 182 senior games. Currently Jason works for the Australian Football League in the area of Game Development as National Youth Coordinator. He is also involved with the Channel Nine football commentary team, and supports a number of charities including Life Support @ The Alfred Foundation and KIDS Foundation.<br><br> \xa o rder of P roCeedings 6 GUESTS SEATED (12-00 noon) CEREMONY COMMENCES National Anthem: Performed by Joining the Chorus * Jazz ensemble WELCOME: Master of Ceremonies: Jason McCartney Key Address: Kirstie Marshall, MP PRESENTATION OF AWARDS Guest presenters: Kevin Muscat 3 Melbourne Victory and Australian Socceroos Lauren Hewitt 3 Sprint relay champion Athletics Athlete with a disability Badminton Cross country Diving Soccer Grilled fillet of chicken on a ratatouille of Italian vegetables, wedges of crisp rosemary roasted potatoes and baby beans drizzled with a light chicken glaze and topped with gremolata Alternating with Roasted noisettes of lamb with an onion and mint stuffing on chunks of roasted potato with a wedge of pumpkin and green beans enhanced with a light apple glaze Vegetarian Option (available on prior request) Baked vegetarian lasagne layered with char-grilled vegetables, Napoli sauce and creamy cheese sauce, accompanied by a crisp garden salad Served with sour dough rolls, oven-baked pita and white batard DESSERT Soft meringue disc topped with a citrus curd, macerated berries and double cream Soft drinks, coffee, tea served with Peter Rowland signature chocolate and honey almond biscotti Menu 7 o rder of P roCeedings * Joining the Chorus is a Victorian Government initiative that provides young aspiring performers from Victorian government schools with the opportunity to develop and exhibit their talent at professional engagements. Since 1995, Joining the Chorus has provided more than 20,000 students with unforgettable performance opportunities. For further information, visit: www.education.vic.gov.au/about/events/jtc MAIN COURSE SERVED Entertainment: Joining the Chorus * Jazz ensemble PRESENTATION OF AWARDS Guest presenters: Hollie Grima 3 Melbourne Bulleen Boomers and Australian Opals Nick Jewell 3 Victorian Bushrangers Australian rules football Basketball Cricket Hockey Netball Rugby league Squash Swimming Table tennis Tennis Volleyball DESSERT AND TEA/COFFEE SERVED Entertainment: Joining the Chorus * Jazz ensemble PRESENTATION OF OUTSTANDING AWARDS By Kirstie Marshall, MP Outstanding Teacher Contribution Outstanding Community Contribution Outstanding Sporting Achievement CEREMONY CLOSES (2-30 pm) Matthew Haynes Apollo Parkways Primary School Award: Athletics Achievements: l Two silver medals and one bronze at the national athletics championships l One gold and one silver at the VPSSA State athletics championships l Won all nine events at the annual school athletics day Sa7ah Fe770e7 Chatham Primary School Award: Athletics Achievements: l 10 year girls national long jump record holder l 10 year girls State triple jump and long jump record holder l Accomplished sprint and long distance runner at district and zone levels Jason Pong7ac0c Devon Meadows Primary School Award: Australian rules football Achievements: l Captain of the VPSSA football team l Led his team to the premiership at the 2006 national exchange in Darwin l Presented with a NSW team jumper at the national exchange in recognition of his excellent performance B7ett Denton Kingswood Primary School Award: Basketball Achievements: l Won gold representing Victoria at the VPSSA national titles l Kingswood Primary School captain 2006 l Plays with the Dandenong Rangers U14s Winners P riMary s Chool \xd Meg Jeffs Kananook Primary School Award: Basketball Achievements: l Represented Victoria at the Australian girls primary schools competition l Member of the winning school team in Basketball Victoria 9s hooptime competition l Member of the primary schools 9 zone girls basketball team Jason Pong7ac0c Devon Meadows Primary School Award: Cricket Achievements: l Represents Victoria in the VPSSA cricket team l Outstanding leader and strong performer in a number of sporting disciplines Geo7g0 W0ll0ams Lang Lang Primary School Award: Cricket Achievements: l Lang Lang Primary School captain l Member of the Victorian U13s girls cricket team l Training with the Victorian U15s girls cricket team James Conno7 Mount View Primary School Award: Diving.<br><br> Achievements: l 2006 age championship diver of the year, boys 11yrs and under l Most outstanding male age-group diver for Diving Victoria 2005-06 l Three gold at the 2006 school sport Australia diving championships Winners P riMary s Chool \xe Casey Hammond Apollo Parkways Primary School Award: Hockey Achievements: l Captain VPSSA State hockey team 3 won the national championships 2006 l Captain Apollo Parkways Primary School hockey team 3 won the VPSSA State hockey sevens championship Stephan0e Fo7syth Canterbury Primary School Award: Hockey Achievements: l Captain VPSSA girls hockey team at the national hockey exchange 2006 l Captain Canterbury Primary School hockey sevens team l Played with the Eastern Hotshots at the U13s Victorian junior State championships Emma Wallmeye7 Apollo Parkways Primary School Award: Netball Achievements: l Captain Apollo Parkways Primary School netball team l Represented Victoria at the national netball exchange l Plays for the Diamond Creek representative team Hen7y Sang-Yum Deer Park North Primary School Award: Rugby league Achievements: l VPSSA most valuable player - School Sport Australia Rugby League national exchange l Member of the Altona Roosters 2006 premiership team l Represented his school in basketball, football, discus and shot-put Winners P riMary s Chool 10 Ab0ga0l L0v0ngstone Grey Street Primary School Award: Soccer Achievements: l Represented Victoria at the Australian schools championships l Member of winning girls U12s and U14s teams in the Victorian country championships l Selection in the Football Federation of Victoria 9s Gippsland Academy Training Program And7ew Mullett Livingstone Primary School Award: Soccer Achievements: l Vice Captain VPSSA soccer team at the soccer national exchange l School athletics captain and coach of school 9s Grade 4 basketball team l Member of the district and zone soccer teams James Ma7ga7y Livingstone Primary School Award: Swimming Achievements: l Captain Victorian team at the national schools swimming championships l Six-time winner at the Victorian long course championships l Captain Livingstone Primary School swimming team Kahl0a Ma7sh Kerang South Primary School Award: Swimming Achievements: l Captain VPSSA State swimming team l Received the sportsmanship award at the swimming national exchange 2006 l Ranked 1st in Victoria in the 100m, 200m and 400m butterfly Winners P riMary s Chool 11 And7ew Ha770s Laburnam Primary School Award: Tennis Achievements: l Victorian 11 year-old schoolboys tennis champion 2006 l Member of the winning 2006 Bruce Cup national exchange tennis team l School house captain Az7a Hadz0c Chandler Primary School Award: Tennis Achievements: l Member of the winning team Bruce Cup national exchange 2006 l Competed in 14 nationally recognised tournaments in 2006. Won three singles and one doubles title l Represents her school in tennis, athletics and soccer Winners P riMary s Chool 12 Luke B0ssett Newcomb Secondary College Award: Athletics Achievements: l 1st at the Victorian all schools competition for U16 javelin l 1st at the Athletics Victoria State age championships for U18 javelin l Record holder at zone and State levels for javelin Em0ly Ze7ella Kangaroo Flat Secondary College Award: Athletics Achievements: l 2 silver medals at the national all schools championship for U16 and U18 pole vault l Selection for Australian youth Olympics team l 1st at Victorian all schools State championships for pole vault T7av0s Boak Oberon High School Award: Australian rules football Achievements: l Selected by Port Adelaide Football Club at number five in the 2006 AFL draft l Member of the Geelong Falcons and played in the 2006 TAC Cup Finals l Member of the AFL Australia U17 team that toured Ireland in 2005 Jake Wa0nw70ght Mount Clear College Award: Athlete with disability Achievements: l 2nd in the 100m, 1st in the 200m & 1st in the long jump event at the VSSSA State athletics championships " l 1st in the 100m, 200m, long jump & 3rd in the shot-put event at the Western zone finals 2nd in the 100m and 1st in the long jump events at the Telstra country wide Victorian country championships Winners s eCondary s Chool 13 Samuel Ho Melbourne High School Award: Badminton Achievements: l Won Australasian championship U17 mixed doubles l Selection for Australian youth Olympic team l Member of the Australian national junior team N0cole Dav0d Sebastopol College Award: Badminton Achievements: l Selection for Australian youth Olympics team l Member of second place Victorian U15 badminton team l Member of Victorian U17 badminton team Mel0ssa Duncan Upwey High School Award: Cross country Achievements: l 1st in the Victorian all schools cross country championships U17 4km event l 1st in the Athletics Victoria cross country championships U18 4km event l Gold in team and relay events at the Australian all schools championships Tom Fawtho7pe Lilydale High School Award: Cross country Achievements: l 1st in the Victorian all schools cross country championships U17 6km event l 1st in the VSSSA State cross country championships U16 5km event l Bronze and silver medals at the Australian all schools championships Winners s eCondary s Chool 1\x9 M0chael H0ll Diamond Valley College Award: Cricket Achievements: l Toured Singapore, India and Sri Lanka with the Victorian emerging players team l Player of the tournament in national U17 cricket championships l Member of the Australian U19 World Cup squad M0chelle Palme7 Mentone Girls Secondary College Award: Cricket Achievements: l Represented Victoria for the past two years l Best first year senior player at Brighton East Cricket Club l Vice captain of the Southern Dolphins Sa7ah Mell0ngton Benalla College Award: Netball Achievements: l U15 Australian netball squad l VSSSA State netball U15 team l U17 State netball squad James She7man Williamstown High School Award: Soccer Achievements: l Selection for the Australian schoolboys team to tour New Zealand and Samoa in 2007 l Selection for the Victorian schoolboys team l Competed in the Western zone finals Winners s eCondary s Chool 1\xa Stefan0a Cola Flora Hill Secondary College Award: Soccer Achievements: l Goal keeper in the Australian squad at the Australian youth Olympics l Scholarship with the Victorian Institute of Sport l Selection for World Cup qualifiers in Malaysia Luke S0ms Sunbury College Award: Squash Achievements: l Competed at the world junior men 9s squash championships l Runner-up at the Victorian championships in U17s competition l State ranking: 2nd Sa7ah Dennehy Mentone Girls Secondary College Award: Squash Achievements: l 5th at the Penang junior squash championships l 3rd at the Australian junior squash championships U17 Girls l 2nd at the Victorian junior squash championships U17 girls Kyl0e C7ofts Wodonga Middle Years College (Felltimber Campus) Award: Swimming Achievements: l Competed in the 2006 Commonwealth Games trials l Selection for the FINA 2007 world championships l 8 gold medals at the Australian Capital Territory long course championships Winners s eCondary s Chool 16 M0chelle Ca7pente7 Sebastopol College Award: Table tennis Achievements: l 1 silver and 1 bronze medal at the Oceania table tennis championships l 1 gold and 3 bronze at the Australian open junior table tennis championships l U18 girls national ranking: 3rd and State ranking: 2nd John Van Noo7den Eltham High School Award: Volleyball Achievements: l Member of the Australian national youth boys team l Member of the Victorian U19 boys volleyball team l Coached the Eltham High School U15 Boys team to third place at the Victorian schools cup Pet70ce Fatchen Eltham High School Award: Volleyball Achievements: l Member of the Australian junior women 9s team l Competed at the Thailand men and women 9s junior volleyball tournament l Member of the Melbourne Falcons, open-age Australian league Winners s eCondary s Chool 17 James Conno7 Mount View Primary School Award: Outstanding Sporting Achievement 3 Primary school Achievements: l 2006 age championship diver of the year, Boys 11yrs and under l Most outstanding male age-group diver for Diving Victoria 2005-06 l Three gold at the 2006 School Sport Australia diving championships l Four gold at the 2006 Vic Health winter State championships l Four gold at the Victorian State diving championships l Three gold at the School Sports Australia competition in Sydney C0anne Howden Mount Clear College Award: Outstanding Sporting Achievement 3 Secondary school Achievements: l Gold at the Commonwealth Union taekwondo championships, Junior U18 welter weight black belt division l Gold at the national taekwondo championships, junior U18 welter weight black belt division l Gold at the Victorian State selections, junior U18 and senior U30 welter weight black belt division l Gold at the Chang open taekwondo championships, welter weight black belt division l Ranked 1st in commonwealth, national, State junior and State senior rankings WiNNErS o utstanding s Porting a ChieveMent a Ward 1\xd WiNNErS o utstanding t eaCher C ontribution a Ward 1\xe Ma7k Qu0nlan Koonung Secondary College Award: Outstanding teacher contribution Achievements: l Coaches the Year 8 intermediate and senior boys hockey teams l Fundraising activity enabled a school team to travel to the international Quickstix Schools Cup in Canberra where they placed third l Has coached teams to victory at district, zone and State level Matthew Wa7e Spring Valley Primary School Award: Outstanding teacher contribution Achievements: l Coached an undefeated senior football team to the Springvale district premiership l Coordinated a 6-week AFL Multicultural program for Year 3 36 students l Coordinates a 8Healthy Living Group 9 for 25 students l Organised motivational talk to students by Hawthorn football players Kathy H0ll Rosebud Primary School Award: Outstanding community contribution Achievements: l Coach of Grades 3, 4, 5 and 6 netball teams l Coach of the school basketball team l Auskick treasurer l Canteen supervisor Ja0me Jenk0ns Brauer College Award: Outstanding community contribution Achievements: l Coach/choreographer for the Brauer College Aerobics Academy l Coach/choreographer for the Warrnambool Primary School 8Active After School Communities 9 aerobics program l Coached 4 secondary and 6 primary school aerobics teams, while doing Year 12 WiNNErS o utstanding C oMMunity C ontribution a Ward 20 ATHLETiCS Sophie Halsall Ocean Grove PS 1994 Michael Ryan Hughesdale PS 1994 Kate Myers Wanganui Park SC 1994 Paul Freitag Melton SC 1994 Angela Blasi Wooranna Park PS 1995 Robert Garland Yarrawonga PS 1995 Simone Purvis Montmorency SC 1995 Nathan Deakes Newcombe SC 1995 Leona Bilous Bouchier Street PS 1996 Zane Leonard Baxter PS 1996 Cecilia McIntosh Eumemmering SC 1996 Bryce Barnwell Geelong HS 1996 Temmety Jacobs Upper Ferntree Gully PS 1997 Alex Lockhart Wodonga South PS 1997 Emma Cochrane McKinnon SC 1997 Aaron Hartney Heathmont College 1997 Hayley Malt Knox Gardens PS 1998 Tyson Mahon Torquay PS 1998 Leona Bilous Shepparton HS 1998 Andrew Martin McKinnon SC 1998 Fiona Nash Blackburn Lake PS 1999 Jay Jones Wattleview PS 1999 Sandra Porter Pascoe Vale Girls 9 SC 1999 Sean Avery Bellarine SC 1999 Teaghan Bubb Ballendella PS 2000 Timothy Mitchell Black Hill PS 2000 Kiara McDonald Berwick SC 2000 Steven Hooker Balwyn HS 2000 Megan (Mim) Hill Nar Nar Goon PS 2001 Daniel Boyle Oxley PS 2001 Emily Allen Doncaster SC 2001 Jared Tallent Ballarat HS 2001 Kimberley Mulhall Tucker Road PS 2002 Adam Koso Serpell PS 2002 Jacinta Lynn Montmorency SC 2002 Thomas Sullivan Norwood SC 2002 Genevieve Lillis Canterbury PS 2003 Cameron Webb Deer Park PS 2003 Ronnie Buckley Broadford SC 2003 Calista Lyon Tallangatta SC 2003 Buddy Williams Yarraville West PS 2004 Chelsea Quilty Warranwood PS 2004 Katherine Katsanevakis Balwyn HS 2004 Liam Adams Niddrie SC 2004 Brooke Stratton Regency Park PS 2005 Kane Theisinger Croydon Hills PS 2005 Kristy Radford Norwood SC 2005 BADMiNTON Alicia Taylor Ballarat SC 1994 Ben McCarthy Pembroke SC 1994 Kelly Lucas Ballarat SC 1995 Nathan Stant Werribee SC 1995 Jane Crabtree Pembroke SC 1996 Nathan Malpass Mount Clear SC 1996 Lisa Bamford Hoppers Crossing SC 1997 Mark Rayson Bendigo Senior SC 1997 Laura Blackman Ballarat HS 1998 Kane Wheeler Boronia Heights SC 1998 Dianne Malpass Mt Clear SC 1999 Mark Warfe Bendigo Senior SC 1999 Emma Baldwinson Swan Hill College 2000 Glenn Warfe Bendigo Senior SC 2000 Erin Carroll Sebastopol SC 2001 Gary Tho Bendigo Senior SC 2001 Nicole Reid Kangaroo Flat SC 2002 Ben Walklate Charlton College 2002 Jessica Lyons Traralgon SC 2003 Jeff Tho Flora Hill SC 2003 Bethany Crane Trafalgar HS 2004 Danielle Gervasoni Ballarat HS 2005 BASEBALL Cameron Forbes Corio College 1994 Tim Besford Templestowe SC 1995 John Edwards Kurunjang SC 1996 ViCTOriAN SCHOOL SPOrTS AWArDS HONOUr rOLL The following honour roll lists award recipients in all Victorian School Sports Awards categories since the program 9s inceptio n in 1994. 21 Tim Fisher Cheltenham SC 1997 Stuart Cox Eumemmerring SC 1998 Matthew Jacobssen Mount Clear SC 1999 Travis Blackley Cheltenham SC 2000 Adam Blackley Cheltenham SC 2001 Michael Sadler Fairhills HS 2002 Josh Davies Bendigo Senior SC 2003 Ross Hipke Ballarat HS 2004 Jack Larner Patterson River SC 2005 BASKETBALL Millie Whitehead Nilma North PS 1994 Matthew Jenkins Mill Park Heights PS 1994 Vikki Kelson Brauer SC 1994 Jared Powell Oberon HS 1994 Claire Pownell Templeton PS 1995 Eric Kuret Craigieburn PS 1995 Bilijana Popovska Templestowe SC 1995 Steve Simic Box Hill Senior SC 1995 Jessica Kelly Strathmore PS 1996 Dylan Webb Frankston PS 1996 Jessica Bibby Pembroke SC 1996 Braith Cox Ballarat HS 1996 Elizabeth Walker Wandin North PS 1997 Nicholas Humphrey Warragul PS 1997 Marnie Hay Viewbank College 1997 Daniel Egan Gladstone Park SC 1997 Kathleen Macleod Vermont PS 1998 Myles Pearce Warrandyte PS 1998 Samantha Richards Vermont SC 1998 Luke Spencer-Gardner Box Hill Senior SC 1998 Laura Pickering Grey Street PS 1999 Bryce Calwell Laburnum PS 1999 Nicole Carr Ballarat HS 1999 Boyd Dellwo Bendigo Senior SC 1999 Emma Andrews Berwick Lodge PS 2000 Sam Drake Mount Eliza PS 2000 Katie Davis Warrnambool College 2000 Thomas Greer Lalor North SC 2000 Emily Gillies Vermont PS 2001 Adrian Rolfe Derinya PS 2001 Zoe Carr Diamond Valley College 2001 Adam Tanner Lilydale HS 2001 Stephanie Cumming Thomas Mitchell PS 2002 Bryce Arnott Clyde PS 2002 Chelsea Lange Sale College 2002 Mehmad Bektas Rowville SC 2002 Lachlan Madder Forest Street PS 2003 Rosemary Popa Malvern Central School 2003 Amy Lewis Baimbridge College 2003 Daniel Bass Eltham HS 2003 Olivia Deiana Templestowe Heights PS 2004 Tyler Williams Oatlands PS 2004 Leigh-ann Rutgers Wantirna College 2004 Michael Scouller St Helena SC 2004 Laura Torney Old Orchard PS 2005 Lucas Barker Clyde PS 2005 Hope Terdich Kew HS 2005 Kristian Williams Mill Park SC 2005 CriCKET Grant Chessari Tallangatta PS 1994 Holly Butlin Frankston HS 1994 Tony Brown Newcomb SC 1994 Mark Simpson Templestowe PS 1995 Julie-Ann Hawking Rutherglen HS 1995 Timothy Anderson Belmont HS 1995 Adam Crosthwaite Rosanna Golf Links PS 1996 Alyssa Underwood Forrest Hills SC 1996 Benjamin Oliver Castlemaine SC 1996 Tony Meyer Glenhuntly PS 1997 Carin Eastburne Noble Park SC 1997 Cameron Atkins Parkdale SC 1997 Samuel Playfair Glenferrie PS 1998 Donna Brown Kurunjang SC 1998 Paul Sealey Maroondah SC 1998 Grant Baldwin Epping PS 1999 Ingrid Noack Macleod College 1999 Tim Welsford Bendigo Senior SC 1999 Emma Inglis Strathmore PS 2000 Michael Hill Diamond Creek PS 2000 ViCTOriAN SCHOOL SPOrTS AWArDS HONOUr rOLL 22 Julie Hunter Norwood SC 2000 Gavin Kellar Mullauna College 2000 Annie-Rose Maloney Ceres PS 2001 Ashley Hockey Mooroopna PS 2001 Janet Ronalds Drouin SC 2001 Cameron White Bairnsdale SC 2001 Amy Vine Eltham East PS 2002 Matthew Brown Surrey Hills PS 2002 Candace Hulett Kurunjang SC 2002 Adam Crosthwaite Montmorency SC 2002 Peter Handscomb Mt Waverley North PS 2003 Olivia McEvoy Colbinabbin PS 2003 Casey Hawley Doncaster PS 2003 Joshua Mangan Rutherglen HS 2003 Mollie Booth Serpell PS 2004 Mitchell Chadwick Werribee PS 2004 Briana Binch Strathmore SC 2004 Aaron Finch Colac HS 2004 Anna Lanning Auburn PS 2005 Jordan Wyatt Benalla East PS 2005 Sarah-Jane Sims-McGregor Mentone Girls SC 2005 Luke Davis Vermont SC 2005 CrOSS COUNTrY Emily Rooke Merino Consolidated School 1994 Joel Birmingham Black Hill PS 1994 Penny French Oberon HS 1994 Ian Prendergast Kerang Technical HS 1994 Amber Humphreys Wodonga South PS 1995 Jordan Minster Creswick PS 1995 Dean Pepplinkhouse Ballarat SC 1995 Sascha Miller Selby PS 1996 Collis Birmingham Black Hill PS 1996 Mark Thompson Ararat SC 1996 Elise Kingston Woodlands PS 1997 Drew Mitchell Swan Hill PS 1997 Nicole Chapple Balwyn HS 1997 Mark Tucker Newcomb SC 1997 Sarah Humphreys Comet Hill PS 1998 Jason Abbott Caulfield South PS 1998 Jessica De Bruin Canterbury Girls 9 SC 1998 Collis Birmingham Ballarat HS 1998 Hayley Tomlinson Mont Albert PS 1999 Scott Vance Mount Eliza North PS 1999 Lara Prince Macleod College 1999 Shawn Forrest Vermont SC 1999 Carly Feben Streeton PS 2000 Mathew Bayley Wantirna South PS 2000 Jocelyn Keage Canterbury Girls SC 2000 Mahdi Sani Strathmore SC 2000 Amanda Paulin Strathmore PS 2001 Ashley Watson Delacombe PS 2001 Belinda Hogan Mentone Girls SC 2001 Zane Holland Frankston HS 2001 Kelsey Rau Montpellier PS 2002 Mark Blicavs Kismet Park PS 2002 Liam Adams Niddrie SC 2002 Grace Thek Canterbury PS 2003 Zhoe Warrington Frankston HS 2003 Sam Ellis Ballarat HS 2003 Georgie Buckley Chilwell PS 2004 Jordan Willamsz Boronia PS 2004 Rachel Green Frankston HS 2004 Mark Blicavs Sunbury College 2004 Tayla Daly Tucker Road Bentleigh PS 2005 Joshua Kelly Brighton PS 2005 Sarah Grahame Mentone Girls SC 2005 Ben Ashkettle Warrandyte HS 2005 DiViNG Sarah Byron Chalcot Lodge PS 1997 Olivia Serritelli Parkdale SC 1997 Tabitha Robb North Fitzroy PS 1998 Daniel Miller Briar Hill PS 1998 Bree Cole Mentone Girls SC 1998 Yasmin Roos Beaumaris PS 1999 Reece Chalman Ferntree Gully North PS 1999 Elizabeth Wynell-Mayow Mac Robertson Girls 9 HS 1999 David Ridgwell Montmorency SC 1999 Brianna Hillard Greenhills PS 2000 Jack Sedgmen Croydon Hills PS 2000 ViCTOriAN SCHOOL SPOrTS AWArDS HONOUr rOLL 23 Caitlin Carey Wheelers Hill SC 2000 Chris Parkes Chaffey SC 2000 Melissa Adams Wantirna PS 2001 Mason Kelly The Basin PS 2001 Melissa Ashford Iramoo PS 2002 Corey Weston Manchester PS 2002 Laura Cosgrove Canterbury Girls 9 SC 2002 Amy Ruffle Ringwood North PS 2003 Thomas Reid Derinya PS 2003 Yasmin Roos Mentone Girls 9 SC 2003 Matthew Weston Croydon SC 2003 Anna Gelai Brighton PS 2004 Darcy Taylor Mont Albert PS 2004 Rhiannon Fullard Hampton Park SC 2004 Andrew Ronacher Williamstown HS 2004 Amy McArdle Laburnum PS 2005 Theodore Petrakos Bentleigh West PS 2005 Jaele Patrick Lilydale HS 2005 FOOTBALL Dylan Smith Woodend PS 1994 Mark Cullen Forest Hill SC 1994 Nicholas Dal Santo Strathfieldsaye PS 1995 Anthony Rocca Lakeside SC 1995 Nicholas Gieschen Mandama PS 1996 Steven King Belmont HS 1996 Alister Neville Canterbury PS 1997 Daniel McConnell Templeton PS 1998 Travis Johnstone Mordialloc-Chelsea SC 1998 Travis Cloke Warrandyte PS 1999 Josh Fraser Mansfield HS 1999 Bryan Vance St Georges Road PS 2000 Bill Maloney Mont Albert PS 2001 Ashley Watson Rochester SC 2001 Cameron Hummerston Canterbury PS 2002 Nicole Brown Sunbury College 2002 Mark McGough Northcote HS 2002 Daniel Talia Greenvale PS 2003 Kane Tenace Shepparton HS 2003 Paul Sahlberg Kismet Park PS 2004 Brett Deledio Kyabram SC 2004 Thomas Nankivell Omeo PS 2005 Dale Thomas Drouin SC 2005 GOLF Linda Mckenzie Corryong SC 1994 Cameron McKernan Euroa SC 1994 Danielle Turner Corio Community College 1995 Daniel Gaunt Gisborne SC 1995 Melanie Holmes-Smith Matthew Flinders Girls SC 1996 James McLean Rutherglen HS 1996 Lisa Jean Kyabram SC 1997 Marcus Both Horsham College 1997 Brooke Mangan Mount Eliza SC 1998 Glen Burton Euroa SC 1998 Louise MacDonald Rosebud SC 1999 Marc Leishman Brauer College 1999 Tracey Attard Sunshine SC 2000 Craig Scott Rosebud SC 2000 Emma Bennett Echuca HS 2001 Ryan Hammond Drouin SC 2001 Deyen Lawson Leopold PS 2002 Luke Veith Melton SC 2002 Geoffrey Drakeford Yarram PS 2003 Elissa Orr Koondrook PS 2003 Ashley Umbers Echuca HS 2003 Melissa Taylor Bimbadeen Heights PS 2004 William Hume Point Lonsdale PS 2004 Mi Sun Cho Melbourne Girls 9 College 2004 Charles Stewart Beaumaris PS 2005 Kimberley Marsden Mansfield SC 2005 Andrew Roberts Distance Education Centre Victoria 2005 HOCKEY Dana Bolitho Footscray City SC 1994 Daniel Dawson Altona SC 1994 Brett Churchill Orrvale PS 1995 Sarah Storen Macleod HS 1995 Mark Whinney Kealba SC 1995 Rachel Sheppard Brandon Park PS 1996 ViCTOriAN SCHOOL SPOrTS AWArDS HONOUr rOLL 2\x9 James Bull Auburn South PS 1996 Emma Aldersea Macleod HS 1996 Lachlan Vivian-Taylor Eltham HS 1996 Caroline Mullins Canterbury PS 1997 James Grant Greythorn PS 1997 Emma Storen Macleod College 1997 Ian Curry Irymple SC 1997 Kate Robertson Meerilieu PS 1998 Thomas Allan Auburn South PS 1998 Denise Durajski Galvin Park SC 1998 Tyson Priddle Grovedale SC 1998 Stephanie Doutre Greenwood PS 1999 Steven Wallace Bimbadeen Heights PS 1999 Sarah O 9Connor Strathmore SC 1999 Russell Ford Eltham HS 1999 Samantha Daly Surrey Hills PS 2000 Joshua Pollard Glen Katherine PS 2000 Leah Merrett Swan Hill SC 2000 Alex Mowat Strathmore SC 2000 Elyse Villani Glen Katherine PS 2001 Aaron Kleinschmidt Hartwell PS 2001 Lauren Austin Mill Park SC 2001 Cameron Smith Strathmore SC 2001 Lucy White Auburn South PS 2002 James Webster Mont Albert PS 2002 Emma Aitken Altona PS 2003 Matthew Webster Altona PS 2003 Elspeth Joiner Strathmore SC 2003 Georgia Nanscawen Moonee Ponds West PS 2004 Timothy Luscombe St Georges Road PS 2004 Hannah Gravenall Bairnsdale SC 2004 Andrew Beck University HS 2004 Samantha Pikia Doncaster Gardens PS 2005 Byron Walton Yarrambat PS 2005 Ashlee Wells Kurnai College, Morwell 2005 Tim Snow Blackburn HS 2005 NETBALL Shauna Turnbull Black Hill PS 1994 Jackie Beer Vermont SC 1994 Alysia Gadsby Mentone Park PS 1995 Michelle Rossoukas East Doncaster SC 1995 Rachel Furzer Cheltenham PS 1996 Christopher Burton Yawarra PS 1996 Eliza Thornton Sunbury SC 1996 Brooke Hewish Cobden PS 1997 Leisa Higgins Frankston HS 1997 Erin Hill Echuca East PS 1998 Cynna Neale Kyabram SC 1998 Madison Browne Montpellier PS 1999 Leah Van Rensburg Sunbury SC 1999 Ashleigh Keenan Echuca East PS 2000 Rebecca Strachan Bendigo Senior SC 2000 Bela Willis Courtenay Gardens PS 2001 Julie Prendergast Doncaster SC 2001 Elyse Howard Cobden PS 2002 Pia McGeoch Mentone Girls 9 SC 2002 Madeline Smith Serpell PS 2003 Briony Cargill Mentone Girls 9 SC 2003 Denise Snyder Swan Hill North PS 2004 Melanie Kitchin Vermont SC 2004 Ellie-Rene Russo Mount Eliza PS 2005 Sharni Layton Mentone Girls SC 2005 rUGBY LEAGUE Nathan Jones Altona West PS 1997 Steven Barnett Courtenay Gardens PS 1998 Tui Craik Eumemmering PS 1999 Darcy Etrich Rowellyn Park PS 2000 Renata Tarau Springvale West PS 2001 Mark Eruera Altona PS 2002 Sam Evans Bellarine SC 2003 Emanuel Carlos Clayton PS 2004 Jacob Kake Thomastown PS 2005 SOCCEr Mark Tsiorlas Gowrie PS 1994 Silvanna Cosic North Geelong SC 1994 Ewan Thompson Melbourne HS 1994 Selim Osmani Dandenong South PS 1995 Louisa Bisby Kew HS 1995 ViCTOriAN SCHOOL SPOrTS AWArDS HONOUr rOLL 2\xa Colin Azzopardi Kealba SC 1995 Bethany Taylor Black Hill PS 1996 Christopher Mitchell Devenish PS 1996 Melissa Barbieri Templestowe College 1996 Adam Cimino Essendon Keilor College 1996 John Skorupski Mossgiel Park PS 1997 Amy Porter Kurnai College 1997 Enzo De Santis Fawkner SC 1997 Roxana Fofelzan Carwatha College 1998 Daniel Skaftouros Footscray North PS 1998 Melek Haydar Epping SC 1998 Festim Zekirija Cleeland SC 1998 Laura Greco Greenhills PS 1999 Phillip Riccobene Altona Green PS 1999 Suzana Ferreira North Geelong SC 1999 Radoslav (Rade) Culibrk Wellington SC 1999 Kerri Little Altona Meadows PS 2000 Bojan Tegelija Tate Street PS 2000 Selin Kuralay Strathmore SC 2000 Daniel Debevc Keilor Downs SC 2000 Emily Leversha Castlemaine North PS 2001 Tomas Williams Brighton PS 2001 Caroline Saville Glen Eira SC 2001 Adam Petko Strathmore SC 2001 Olivia Rahme Coburg West PS 2002 Joshua De Silva Osbornes Flat PS 2002 Andrea Totsidis East Doncaster SC 2002 Steven Manceski Williamstown HS 2002 Melissa Crorken Melrose PS 2003 Mitchell Tomasino Numurkah PS 2003 Amy Jackson Laverton SC 2003 Adrian Leijer Belmont HS 2003 Julia Nicolaci Apollo Parkways PS 2004 Meseret Alem Footscray West SP 2004 Kylie Nicolaci Diamond Valley College 2004 Leigh Broxham Scoresby SC 2004 Rebekah Morris Plenty Parklands PS 2005 James Riccobene Altona Green PS 2005 Elise O 9Connor Mentone Girls SC 2005 Ersan Gulum Roxburgh College 2005 SOFTBALL Tara Edge Mitcham PS 1994 Charelle Ainslie Cheltenham SC 1994 Stuart Cox Neerim District SC 1994 Rhiannon Craig Eaglehawk North PS 1995 Carrie Lane Matthew Flinders Girls SC 1995 Connie Yankos Jells Park PS 1996 Rachel Wilson Brentwood SC 1996 Reece Lane Geelong HS 1996 Hayley Punter Brentwood SC 1997 Daniel Leopold Strathmore SC 1997 Rachael Lynch Warrandyte PS 1998 Sarah Logan Mount Waverley SC 1998 Courtney Ward Ocean Grove PS 1999 Megan Farrell Horsham College 1999 Chloe Fagan Leopold PS 2000 Tara Edge Mullauna College 2000 Jackie Di Siervi Coatesville PS 2001 Jenny Bryce Wheelers Hill SC 2001 Rhonda Neil Wooranna Park PS 2002 Lauren Daykin Fairhills HS 2002 Kerryn Atwell Dandenong HS 2003 Tayla Supple Corio South PS 2004 Sam Trevethan Wheelers Hill PS 2004 Stacey Bulger Bendigo Senior SC 2004 Marina Walker Tucker Road Bentleigh PS 2005 SQUASH Mark Ikin Fairhills HS 1996 Dianne Desira Thomastown SC 1996 Karen Kronemeyer Glen Waverley SC 1997 Daniel Orsino Fairhills HS 1997 Scott Huffer Warragul Regional College 1998 Audrey Day Mooroopna SC 1999 Jeffrey Batey Wangaratta HS 2000 Gabrielle Sharpe Mentone Girls SC 2001 Courtney Jury Golden Square SC 2002 Nathan Takacs Chaffey SC 2002 Emily Shea Epping SC 2003 Rex Hedrick Vermont SC 2003 ViCTOriAN SCHOOL SPOrTS AWArDS HONOUr rOLL 26 Kimberley Bessell The Grange P12 College 2004 Bradley Soutar Kurnai College 3 Morwell Campus 2004 Melody Francis Sunbury College 2005 STUDENT WiTH DiSABiLiTY Rebekah Jane Green Naranga Special School 1994 Brett Reid Montague Continuing EC 1994 Ellen Steele Brunswick South West PS 1995 Tamika Simpson Newcomb PS 1996 Cassy Geffke Matthew Flinders Girls SC 1996 Rebecca Feldman Upper Yarra SC 1997 Luke Emeagi Bulleen Heights School 1997 Kobie Scott Altona PS 1998 Lisa Taylor Sunshine SC 1998 Anthony Vo Mordialloc-Chelsea SC 1998 Stephanie St John Horsham College 1999 Amanda Drennan Cowes PS 2000 Casey Redford Mentone Girls SC 2000 Nicholas Coburn Glen Eira College 2000 Caitlin Fitzpatrick Craigieburn PS 2001 Mark Tomkins Broadford PS 2001 Sarah Bowen Bellarine SC 2001 Charlotte Saville Tecoma PS 2002 Tamika Simpson Newcomb SC 2002 Tara Wood Eltham HS 2003 Drew Jones Ballarat Specialist School 2003 Rory Carroll Ballarat Specialist School 2003 Lauren Copeland Bellbrae PS 2004 Daniel Hogan Berendale School 2004 Claire Keating Echuca Secondary College 2005 SWiMMiNG Liesl Ischia Glenferrie PS 1994 Sam Pendergast Warrnambool PS 1994 Gabrielle Browning Mentone Girls SC 1994 Justine Lazenby Mont Albert PS 1995 Adrian Chow Doncaster East PS 1995 Kellie McMillan Warrnambool College 1995 Richard Reid Diamond Valley SC 1995 Courtney Ford Grey Street PS 1996 Rory Comerford Gisborne PS 1996 Sarah Worland Western Heights College 1996 Chris Crough Ringwood SC 1996 Michael Papaioannou Campbellfield Heights PS 1997 Hugh McLaren Newcomb SC 1997 Latoya Elisseou Tullamarine PS 1998 Nan Yu Rosanna PS 1998 Sian Cooper Strathmore SC 1998 Sam Pendergast Warrnambool College 1998 Prue Saunders Warragul North PS 1999 Andrew Lauterstein Black Rock PS 1999 Stephanie Cutts Sunbury SC 1999 Rory Comerford Gisborne SC 1999 Jacqueline Bloder Woodville PS 2000 Joshua Saunders Warragul North PS 2000 Erin McCleave Rutherglen SC 2000 Tristan Pohl Sebastopol SC 2000 Samantha Hamill Sunbury Heights PS 2001 Marisa Oppedisano Taylors Lake SC 2001 Jason Cohen Sandringham College 2001 Kimberley Chanter Inverloch PS 2002 Jack Laidler Croydon Hills PS 2002 Lauren Collins Melton SC 2002 Michael Papaioannou Box Forest SC 2002 Kaitlyn Schnyder Montpellier PS 2003 Daniel McAllister New Gisborne PS 2003 Chelsea Maddock Warrnambool College 2003 Sam Ashby Trafalgar HS 2003 Aleysha Tokai Mt Eliza North PS 2004 Thomas Chanter Mount View PS 2004 Samantha Hamill Sunbury College 2004 Tom Foott Oberon HS 2004 Charlotte Mitlehner Wodonga PS 2005 Alex Venning Donvale PS 2005 Kimberley Chanter Glen Waverley SC 2005 TABLE TENNiS Vivian Yang Kew HS 1994 Trevor Brown Melbourne HS 1994 Yvonne Li Kew HS 1995 ViCTOriAN SCHOOL SPOrTS AWArDS HONOUr rOLL 27 Shaun Priddle Grovedale SC 1995 Sherryn Tobin Wheeler 9s Hill SC 1996 Mathew Rouse Montmorency SC 1996 Kylie Montfort Viewbank College 1997 Monique Patterson Warrnambool College 1998 Rachael Moore Mentone Girls SC 1999 Caitlin Carruthers Belmont HS 2000 Rohan Davis Werribee SC 2000 Rebecca Scarborough Warrnambool College 2001 Derrika Nheng Dandenong HS 2002 Kyle Davis Werribee SC 2002 Alison Facey Ballarat HS 2003 Trent Carter Box Forest SC 2003 Leanne Reidy Lilydale HS 2004 Michael Brown Golden Square SC 2004 TENNiS Lauren Breadmore Greythorn PS 1994 Mark Van Elden Bellaire PS 1994 Matthew Dutton Leopold PS 1994 Chloe Davis Flora Hills SC 1994 Troy Parker Melton SC 1994 Alice Broadway Drysdale PS 1995 Scott Doerner Parkmore PS 1995 Kristen Van Elden Oberon HS 1995 Ben Ruzicka Warrnambool College 1995 Sevvy Gallios Meadowglen PS 1996 Travis Sandlant Werribee PS 1996 Emily Haylock Warrnambool College 1996 Andrew Marshall Maroondah SC 1996 Josephine New St Georges Road PS 1997 Nicholas Marshall Canterbury PS 1997 Beti Sekulouski Macleod College 1997 Fergus Reid Viewbank College 1997 Nicole Filippou Essex Heights PS 1998 Brenton McAdam Romsey PS 1998 Biljana Dimouska Thomastown SC 1998 Mark Edney Mount Eliza SC 1998 Kirsty Benoit Forest Street PS 1999 Andrew Coelho Chalcot Lodge PS 1999 Bianca Aqcuistapace Strathmore SC 1999 Matthew Carroll University HS 1999 Nikita Searancke Murrumbeena PS 2000 John Peers Mount View PS 2000 Kristy Condon Essendon Keilor College 2000 Rodney Rapson Ringwood SC 2000 Stephanie Kanaris Southmoor PS 2001 Andrew Thomas Doncaster Gardens PS 2001 Belinda Koning Frankston HS 2001 Brett Hunter Distance Education Centre 2001 Alenka Hubacek Greenvale PS 2002 Henry Tran Bellfield PS 2002 Travis Sandlant Werribee SC 2002 Sally Peers Mount View PS 2003 Blake Walter Monbulk PS 2003 Melissa Koning Frankston HS 2003 Aidan Fitzgerald Bendigo Senior SC 2003 Olivia Rich Bellbrae PS 2004 Samuel Caldow Montpellier PS 2004 Sandra Becirevic Pascoe Vale Girls 9 College 2004 Corbin Fleming Flora Hill SC 2004 Marie Monterosso Caulfield South PS 2005 BAT TENNiS Robert Tseriotis Altona West PS 1994 Luke Chircop Bellfield PS 1996 VOLLEYBALL Leanne Butt Wonthaggi SC 1994 Troy McMillan Melton SC 1994 Tammy Curtis Bairnsdale SC 1995 Ashley Tainton Drouin SC 1995 Renae Montiford Fairhills HS 1996 Heath O 9Loughlin Eltham HS 1996 Laura Simpson Upwey HS 1997 Matthew Jones Echuca HS 1997 Melanie Fox Fairhills HS 1998 Stephen Benson Mildura Senior College 1998 Renee Podlewski East Doncaster SC 1999 Ben Thomas Eltham HS 1999 ViCTOriAN SCHOOL SPOrTS AWArDS HONOUr rOLL 2\xd Bree Clifton Keilor Downs SC 2000 Chris Jones Echuca HS 2000 Jessica Vruelink Eltham HS 2001 Paul Churchill Wonthaggi SC 2001 Rebekah Creed Eltham HS 2002 Tim Wittick Mt Eliza SC 2002 Megan Whiteroad Fairhills HS 2003 Igor Yudin Eltham HS 2003 Danielle Stott Lakes Entrance SC 2004 Cameron Blewett Eltham HS 2004 David Parsons Eltham HS 2005 OUTSTANDiNG COMMUNiTY CONTriBUTiON John Squire Kangaroo Flat PS 1994 Robert Stephenson Melbourne HS 1994 Faye Taylor Wembley PS 1995 Richard Mann Goulburn Valley Region 1995 Stuart Hunter Ballarat District and CH Zone 1996 Ken Thompson Melbourne HS 1996 Enid Sutherland Mildura West PS 1997 Dr Theo Sartori Balwyn HS 1997 Murray Bult Amsleigh Park PS 1998 Westley Windsor Canterbury Girls SC 1998 Catherine Murrell Swan Reach PS 1999 Penny Kempe Bellarine SC 1999 Deborah Higgs Bridgewater PS 2000 Ian Martin Ballarat HS 2002 Frank Vinecombe Brauer College 2003 Jenette McArthur Dunkeld Consolidated School 2003 Susi Strasser Ascot Vale PS 2004 Glenn Kallio Ballarat HS 2004 David Berry Horsham College 2005 OUTSTANDiNG TEACHEr CONTriBUTiON Neil Mclean Mill Park PS 1994 Russell Parsons Ouyen SC 1994 Lorraine Morgan Le Page PS 1995 Colin Bowes Karingal SC 1995 John McConville Wembley PS 1996 Robert Carrol Sebastopol SC 1996 Garry Ebbels Sebastopol SC 1996 Marjorie Macdonald Greenhills PS 1997 William Glasson Fairhills HS 1997 Andrew Clark Chiltern PS 1998 Debra Anderson Frankston HS 1998 Vivien McArthur Carwatha College (P-12) 1999 Anthony Marcus Reservoir District SC 1999 Bill McCann Montpellier PS 2000 Cathy Fellows Sunbury SC 2000 Graeme Clark Diamond Creek PS 2001 Helen Fraser Matthew Flinders Girls SC 2001 Lynda Gusbeth Torquay PS 2002 Mark Pasquali Blackburn HS 2002 Graham Matthews Serpell PS 2003 Mark Woodbridge Berwick SC 2003 Sally Wilson Mackellar PS 2004 Luke de Munk Mentone Girls 9 SC 2004 Gerard Mahoney Milleara PS 2005 Stephen McKerrow California Gully PS 2005 William Bond Altona SC 2005 OUTSTANDiNG SCHOOL AWArD Templestowe Heights SP 1995 Flora Hills SC 1995 Warrandyte PS 1996 Strathmore SC 1996 Ocean Grove PS 1997 Frankston HS 1997 Sebastopol SC 1997 Wodonga South PS 1998 Lilydale HS 1998 Honou7able ment0on Warrandayte PS 1995 Strathmore SC 1995 Cheltenham SC 1995 ViCTOriAN SCHOOL SPOrTS AWArDS HONOUr rOLL 2\xe ViCTOriAN SCHOOL SPOrTS AWArDS HONOUr rOLL OUTSTANDiNG SPOrTiNG ACHiEVEMENT (STUDENT) Liesl Ischia Glenferrie PS 1994 Kate Myers Wanganui Park SC 1994 Ellen Steele Brunswick South West PS 1995 Joanne Fox Strathmore SC 1995 Rachel Hansen Mentone Park PS 1996 Jessica Bibby Pembroke SC 1996 Andrew Lauterstein Black Rock PS 1997 Brett Lancaster Wanganui Park SC 1997 Kyle Davis Manorvale PS 1998 Zeena McLaughlin Mentone Girls SC 1998 Trudy McIntosh Mentone Girls SC 1998 Adele Holland Quarry Hill PS 1999 Peter O 9Neill Ballarat HS 1999 Carl Wright Cowes PS 2000 Brooke Walker Mentone Girls SC 2000 Melinda Cleland Mentone Girls SC 2000 Jarrem Pearce Wodonga HS 2000 Matthew Cooper Glen Devon PS 2001 Jason Niblett Horsham College 2001 Georgina Freeland Stawell PS 2002 Adam Crosthwaite Montmorency SC 2002 Madeline Smith Serpell PS 2003 Ronnie Buckley Broadford SC 2003 Benjamin Sloane Spring Gully PS 2004 Monette Russo Melbourne Girls 9 SC 2004 Brigitte Healey Eaglehawk North PS 2005 Mark O 9Brien Horsham College 2005 30 Autog7aphs 31 The Department of Education thanks the following organisations for their support of the 2006 Victorian School Sports Awards: School Sport Victoria Victorian Primary Schools 9 Sports Association Victorian Secondary Schools 9 Sports Association Victorian Institute of Sport VicSport KEA Designer Sportswear The Department of Education thanks the following organisations for their contribution of product samples and merchandise to the winners 9 prize packs:<br><br>