Mason Hill captures three awards at Arrows’ banquet

Mason Hill, (middle) holds up his 3 plaques and is surrounded by award winners.

By Sam Laskaris Writer Mason Hill showed up to the Six Nations Arrows’ season-ending banquet this past week hoping to go home with one award. But Hill, a 21-year-old who has used up his junior eligibility, did much better than that, winning three awards at the banquet staged last Wednesday at the Iroquois Lacrosse Arena in Hagersville, the Arrows’ home facility. Hill thought his best chance at some hardware would be winning the Glen (Junker) Jonathon Award for being the team’s Transition Player of the Year. He did win that award. “I was just happy to win one,” Hill said. But he also ended up capturing the Judy Punch Garlow Memorial Award for being the team’s most dedicated player. And he also took home the Keegan Hill Memorial Award, named…

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