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Bush Telegraph - 2021-11-22

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Tararua College Year 13 Senior Prizegiving results

FOCUS ON FARMING

Sports Awards Athletics/Swimming/Cross Country ■ Barraclough Memorial Cup for Senior Boys Athletics Champion, Armand Van Lelyveld. Tararua College Cup for Senior Boys Swimming Champion, Benjamin Schnell. Prior Cup for Senior Girls Swimming Champion, Ariana Aspinall. Tararua College Trophy for Senior Girls Cross Country Champion, Kaia Carter-Flitten. Pahiatua Harriers Club Cup for Senior Boys Cross Country Champion, Angus Wylie. ■ Fitchett Cup for the Most Outstanding Girls Basketball Player, Holly Ngaruhe. Jayasuriya Cup for the Most Improved Girls Basketball Player, Keshaan Te Waaka. Poyzer Cup for the Most Outstanding Senior Boy Basketball Player, Benjamin Harris. Allan Woods Security Trophy for Best Team Player in Basketball, Cairus Manihera. Most Improved Senior B Boys Basketball Player, Troi Beale. ■ Coaches Cup for a Valuable Contribution to Girls Rugby, Ariana Aspinall. Sandy Anderson Cup for 1st XV Rugby Player of the Year, Benjamin Schnell. Jubilee Cup for a Valuable Contribution to 1st XV Rugby, Bradley Williamson. Basketball Rugby Archibald Trophy for the Most Valuable Rugby Player, Dezharne Maslen-Smith. ■ Touch Most Valuable Senior Mixed Touch Player, Holly Ngaruhe. ■ Netball Bush Cup for the Most Outstanding Senior Netball Player, Kaia CarterFlitten. Karlene Thomson Cup for Best Supporting Netball Player, Ariana Aspinall. ■ Cricket Matheson Family Cup for Most Outstanding Cricket Player, Benjamin Harris. ■ Tararua College Trophy for Most Valuable Boys Hockey Player, Samuel Anderson (jointly awarded). Tararua College Trophy for Most Valuable Boys Hockey Player, Angus Wylie (jointly awarded). Joanne Perry Trophy for an Outstanding Contribution to Girls Hockey, Ariana Aspinall. ■ Students qualify for a sports badge when they have played for a particular team for two years at the college. It has to be the top team for that particular sport. Students only receive one blue badge for that sport code but they can receive a gold badge each year if they are a regional or national representative. Basketball — Keshaan Te Waaka. Netball — Kaia Carter-Flitten. Hockey Sport Badges: Netball — Holly Ngaruhe. Rugby — Caleb Mitchell. Rugby — Ben Schnell. Touch — Bradley Williamson. ■ This certificate and gold badge is awarded to students who have represented at a regional or national level in their sport. Benjamin Schnell — NZ High School Rodeo. Benjamin Harris — U18 Manawatu Rugby. Blues Award: Academic Merits and First in Class Innes Dean Prize for First in English, Michayla Coogan, Merit in Drama, History, Visual Art, Mathematics. Retsep Software Prize for First in Physics, Samuel Anderson. Beale Trucking Prize for First in Biology, Rachel Bradbury, Merit in History, Primary Industries, English. Beale Trucking Prize for First in Senior Primary Industries, Amanda Bradbury, Merit in History, Biology, English. Managh Electrical Prize for First in Drama, Meghan Ironmonger-Whyte. TC Parents Association Prize for First in Geography (joint), Zinzan Piazza. Managh Electrical Prize for First in History, Zinzan Piazza. Laskeys Auto Services Prize for First in Mathematics, Zinzan Piazza, Merit in English. David and Bronny Lea Prize for First in Music, Caitlin Sorensen. Managh Electrical Prize for First in Ma¯ ori Performing Arts (joint), Keshaan Te Waaka. Laskeys Auto Services Prize for First in Health, Keshaan Te Waaka, Merit in Music. Managh Electrical Prize for First in Ma¯ ori Performing Arts (Joint), Reana Northcott. Rankin Plumbing Prize for First in Sport & Recreation, Benjamin Harris. Rankin Plumbing Prize for First in Physical Education, Benjamin Harris. Mitre 10 Prize for First in Visual Art — Painting (Jointly awarded), Nika Matich. TC Parents Association Prize for First in Geography (Jointly awarded), Nika Matich, Merit in Primary Industries. Mitre 10 Prize for First in Visual Art — Painting (Jointly awarded) Lily Manson, Merit in Biology. Managh Electrical Prize for First in Visual Art — Photography, Sophie McIntyre. Pahiatua Upholstery Prize for First in Building, Construction and Allied Trades, Bradley Williamson. Pahiatua New World Prize for First in Pito (Jointly awarded), Bradley Williamson, Merit in Gateway. Mitre 10 Prize for First in Gateway, Lucy Pearce. Mitre 10 Prize for First in Pito (Jointly awarded) Lucy Pearce. Merits Merit in Visual Art, Maia Harris. Merit in Physical Education, Benjamin Schnell. Merit in Building, Construction and Allied Trades, Sport and Recreation, Logan Rankin. Merit in Geography, Demetrio Cooper. Merit in English, Marc Dorotan. Merit in Sport and Recreation, Caleb Olsen. Merit in Visual Art, Jayde Timmins. Merit in Gateway, Armand Van Lelyveld. Merit in Food Technology, Chantelle Adshead. Scholarships Rhea King — Bush & Southern Hawke’s Bay Districts Veterinary Club School Leavers Scholarship. Keshaan Te Waaka — Victoria University Totoweka Scholarship. Zinzan Piazza — Victoria University Tangiwai Scholarship. Maia Harris — Ko Te Tangata Scholarship Waikato University. Meghan Ironmonger — Whyte Otago University New Frontiers Entrance Scholarship. Nika Matich — Otago University 150th Entrance Scholarship. Specials Top Overall Cactus Student, Logan Rankin. Ucol Accomplishment Award, Lucy Pearce. Most Improved Ucol Student, Lucy Pearce. Yamaha Music Cup for the Most Outstanding Instrumentalist, Caitlin Sorensen. Pahiatua Youth Arts Trust — Senior Prize, Caitlin Sorensen. Brooker Family Trophy for Contribution to Singing, Keshaan Te Waaka. John Rankin Memorial Cup for Cultural Contribution to the School, Keshaan Te Waaka. Horne Family Trophy for Photography, Sophie McIntyre. Friday Edwards Memorial Cup for Achievement in Primary, Amanda Bradbury. Industries sponsored by Fonterra, Tasker Trophy for Creative Work in Visual Art, Nika Matich. Year 13 Dean’s Certificate for Leadership & Positive Role Modelling, Nika Matich. Allen Cup for Outstanding Work in School Productions, Meghan Ironmonger-Whyte. Techtronics Cup for Music, Meghan Ironmonger-Whyte Year 13 Dean’s Plate for Outstanding Role Modelling, Leadership and Organising, Demetrio Cooper. Barrell Trophy for Showing Consideration Towards Others in the Student Support Centre is awarded to Jason Taiaroa (jointly awarded). Brown Family Cup for Service to the Board of Trustees, Leeroy Harris. Ken Metekingi Trophy in Recognition of Voluntary Leadership, and Support in Year 13, Leeroy Harris. Kelly Beech Award for Service to the School Farm sponsored by Fonterra, Benjamin Schnell. Whatukura Award (Top Ma¯ ori Male Student,) Samuel Anderson. Manu whakaihi — uplifting, encouraging and supportive to all students In Kapa Haka, Reana Northcott. Te Kahu Aroha a Kairoro, Reana Northcott. Mareikura Award (Top Female Ma¯ ori student), Keshaan Te Waaka. Tu Tangata Trophy Female Kaea, Keshaan Te Waaka. Te Amorangi Ki Mua (Tewhatewha), Keshaan Te Waaka. Te Putiputi Wiremu Tipene Poutokomanawa, Keshaan Te Waaka. Forum Prize for Head Student, Sophie McIntyre. Forum Prize for Head Student, Benjamin Schnell. Forum Prize for Head Student, Samuel Anderson. Forum Prize for Head Student, Keshaan Te Waaka. ■ Tama Tu Cup for All Round Sports Boy is awarded to Benjamin Harris. Benjamin’s Achievements: Member of the 1st XV Rugby Team. Member of the Senior Boys Prem Basketball Team. Member of the Senior Touch Team. Member of the 1st XI Cricket Team. Winner of the Matheson Family Cricket Cup for Most Valuable Player. Winner of the Glenn Ashwell Trophy for Most Conscientious Basketball Player. Sports Leader 2021. Participated in Kuranui Exchange. Organised and participated in the Tararua College Relay For Life Team. Manawatu Rugby Representative for U18. ■ Te Toki Kairangi Dux Ludorum (Sporting) Eagle Trophy is awarded to Benjamin Schnell. Benjamin has competed in many events at regional, national and NZ level for rodeo, so is accordingly the winner of the 2021 Eagle Trophy for Outstanding achievement in sport. Benjamin’s achievements to date are: Winchester Rodeo: 1st place in 2nd division bulls. Methven Rodeo: 2nd place in 2nd division saddle bronc. Warkworth Rodeo: 3rd place in 2nd division bull ride. Far North Rodeo: 4th place in 2nd division bull ride. Outram Rodeo: 1st place in 2nd division saddle bronc. 1st in the saddle bronc for the NZ High School Team. Omahu Rodeo: 1st place in 2nd division bull ride. Waimarino Rodeo: 1st place in 2nd division bull ride. Named in the New Zealand High school team for 2021 for saddle bronc and bull riding. Ended up 6th on the national standing for both his events and 7th for the rookie allround title. ■ Te Mana o Tararua — Ka¯ kahu Prize awarded to Leeroy Harris. Ma¯ ori ka¯ kahu represent honour, leadership, identity, warmth, protection and skill. “Te Mana o Tararua” represents our school values; Kairangi-Excellence, Whakaute-Respect and Whakawha¯ iti-Involvement. Our ka¯ kahu, “Te Mana o Tararua” is awarded by the principal of Tararua College to a student who consistently demonstrates these attributes and leads with integrity to unify our school community. ■ Woodville Rotary Cup for the Best All Round Student, Samuel Anderson. David & Bronny Lea Prize for the Senior Student who has made a Valuable Contribution to the School, Leeroy Harris. Beech Cup for Proxime Accessit Te Rau Ka¯ ka, Zinzan Piazza. Cup for Te Rau Huia Dux sponsored by MCI Accountants, Samuel Anderson.

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