Coquitlam Cheetah Track and Field athletes and coaches cleaned up at the BC Athletics Provincial awards banquet.
Head coach Tara Self won the junior and senior provincial coaching excellence award, while junior development coach Steve Boylan won the JD division. Meanwhile, 18-year-old Raquel Tjernagel won the award for junior track athlete of the year with her No. 1 rankings in the 100 m, 200 m and 400 m.
Jarrett Chong received an award for his outstanding throws during in midget javelin (ages 14 to 15), while on the junior development (ages 9 to 13) side 10 athletes, including Marty Barajunas, Liam Espedido, Alyssa Dulay-McGuire, Lauren Ebel, Josh Granville, Amelia Hamnett, Devon Meadows, Nico Milenaar, Alanna Noble and Cameron Slaymaker all received awards for outstanding achievements.
The Coquitlam Metro-Ford Wolves put another notch in the victory column after defeating Surrey FC Pegasus 3-0 Saturday afternoon on the road.
With the win, the Premier Division squad maintains its position at the top of the standings, with a 10-2-2 record.
The North Coquitlam United SC Eagles shut out the Port Moody Gunners during a rainy under-14 soccer match at Town Centre Park on Saturday afternoon.
Jacob Wheatley scored a pair, while teammates Filip Crnogorac, Kyle Olley, Sunny Liang and Mitchell Goddard all managed to find the back of the net.