JACOB WASSERMANN IS UP FOR AN SJHL AWARD REPRESENTING THE GLOBAL AG RISK DIVISION. PHOTO COURTESY MARLA POSSBERG.
Broncos’ netminder Jacob Wassermann is the Global Ag Risk division’s rookie of the year nominee. Wassermann, 18, has played 26 games posting a 14-8-2-2 record with a goals-against-average of 2.67 and a .907 save-percentage. The Humboldt product is up against Flin Flon’s Calvon Boots and Weyburn forward Cade Kowalski.
Nipawin’s Josh McDougall, North Battleford’s Layne Young, and Estevan Bruins’ forward Zach Goberis each have two nominations. Young and Goberis are both up for player of the year and most valuable player (MVP). McDougall is also up for MVP and top defenseman. Melville’s Clayton Eisler and the North Star’s Levi Kleiboer are the other two defensemen up for the honour with McDougall.
Melfort blueliner Loch Morrison is up for player of the year along with Young and Goberis.
The top goaltender honour is between Nipawin’s Declan Hobbs, Weyburn’s Arik Weersink, Melville’s Colby Entz and the Kindersley Klipper’s Justen Close.
The nominees are voted on by the league’s coaches, a player from each division is represented. Weersink and Entz tied in votes. the media now choose the winners.