Gouchie wins inaugural Mac Hopkins award

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AMHERST - The Mac Hopkins Men's Bowling League wrapped up its 63rd season recently, handing out a number of awards and presenting a trophy in Hopkins' honour for the first time.
Richie Henderson continued to dominate the individual awards while Team Canadian Tire, under captain Eric Richards, swept the regular season and playoff banners.
In honour of Hopkins, a longtime bowler who passed away last year, the league presented the first Mac Hopkins Memorial Award to Mark Gouchie. The award will be presented annually to a bowler who advances the value and fun of theleague, is a person who can be relied on, is a consistent bowler and a sociable person with a sense of humour.
Other award winners were:
Regular season
First-place team (Russ Letcher Memorial) - Canadian Tire
High average (Hubert M. Embree Memorial) - Richie Henderson of Amherst Auto Supply, 127.8
High triple (Phillip Chapman Memorial) - Richie Henderson of Amherst Auto Supply, 443
High single (Mark Sarson Memorial) - Eric Richards of Canadian Tire, 167
High no-mark (Robert Noiles Award) - Ron Martin of Teazers and John Warner of Amherst Chiropractic, 95
Most improved bowler (Leo Gagnon Memorial) - John-Adam Smith of Victoria Manor
Most honest bowler (Aubrey Holland Award) - Bruce St. Peter of Amherst Auto Supply
Playoffs
First-place team (John Stewart Memorial)?- Canadian Tire
High no-mark (Robert Noiles Award) - Robert Noiles of Cumberland Realty, 96
Most honest bowler (Holland Family Award) - Bruce St. Peter of Amherst Auto Supply
Special awards
Most sportsmanlike (Ron Tattrie Memorial) - John Brown of Lee Gilbert Construction
Most dedicated (Gerry McCormick Memorial) - Robert Noiles of Cumberland Reality
Buddy award (Bobby Harrison Memorial) - David Gautreau of Amherst Chiropractice
League award (Mac Hopkins Memorial) - Mark Gouchie of Cumberland Realty

Organizations: Canadian Tire, Mac Hopkins Men, Bowling League John Brown Gilbert Construction

Geographic location: AMHERST

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