Students star in all sorts of pursuits

BENDIGO Senior Secondary College's sporting stars shone in all sorts of pursuits throughout 2013.

Golfing ace Lucas Herbert earned the Sports Star of the Year award.

Highlights in Herbert's golfing year included second place at the Callaway Junior World Championships, victory in team events at China Amateur Open, Pacific Cup and Ten Nations Cup.

The female sports star representing the college was Bronte Annand.

The talented all-rounder starred in cross-country, athletics, AFL, tennis, cricket, and in the pedal vehicle at Energy Breakthrough.

Nathan Newlan was the male sports star representing the Lions.

He played a key role on the cricket field, footy matches, and netball court.

The Kathryn Lake Memorial Award was presented to Josh Savage.

He officiated at national athletics events, is a member of the Oceania Games committee, and qualified for the walks final at the SSV state titles.

The Tara Hubber Memorial Award was presented to basketballer Caitlin McLachlan.

She was MVP and captain of BSSC's Premier League team, played for Bendigo Lady Braves, and the Victorian under-20 team.

Bendigo Pioneers captain and Morrish medallist Jacob Chisari earned the John Turner Memorial Award. 

Smartphone
Tablet - Narrow
Tablet - Wide
Desktop