Four nominees for Sport BC awards

Three athletes and a team are all up for awards at the 46th annual Sport BC Athlete of the Year Awards.

Braedon Dolfo is nominated in the athlete with a disability category while Georgia Ellenwood is up for high school female athlete of the year.

Both are members of the Langley Mustangs Track and Field Club and attend Langley Secondary.

Dolfo won bronze at the Parapan Games in Mexico in November. He also won bronze at the Paralympic world championships in New Zealand last January.

Ellenwood was named the most outstanding female performer at the B.C. high school track and field championships in June after winning four gold medals. She also represented Canada at the world junior track and field championships the next month.

The third nominee is former Trinity Western Spartans men's basketball standout Jacob Doerksen. He is nominated in the male university athlete of the year.

And the Spartans men's volleyball team is nominated as the team of the year.

They won the CIS national championship in March.

The awards ceremony will be held March 8 at the River Rock Show Theatre in Richmond.

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