Athletic Awards

Awards

Bill Tynon Award

This award is voted on annually by the members of the coaching staff of Bergan athletic programs. It is named for Bill Tynon, former Bergan track and football coach. The award honors a senior male athlete who is considered to be the best all-around athlete at Bergan Catholic School. The vote will be based on the following criteria:

1. A dedicated senior male athlete.
2. A dedicated three-sport athlete at Bergan will be given first consideration–if no qualified candidates are available a dedicated two-sport athlete could be considered.

Jane Ortmeier Memorial Scholarship Award

This award is voted on annually by the coaching staff of the girl’s athletic programs. It is named for Jane Ortmeier, a former Bergan student/athlete. The award honors a senior female athlete who best exemplifies the traits and characteristics held in esteem by Jane Ortmeier. Jane’s parents, Bernard and Jan Ortmeier generously donate an annual monetary scholarship toward the winner’s post – secondary education. The vote will be based on the following criteria:

1. A dedicated senior female athlete who is a quality person on and off the field of competition.
2. A dedicated multi-sport athlete at Bergan will be given first consideration.
3. The student/athlete must be an individual who strived to become the best that they could be during their years at Bergan High.
4. The Ortmeier family would also like us to consider an athlete who works to their potential academically.

Lou Wewel Fighting Knight Award

This award is voted on annually by the coaching staff of Bergan athletic programs. It is named for Lou Wewel, former Bergan football coach. The award honors a senior male and female athlete who best exemplifies the traits and characteristics held in esteem by Coach Wewel. The vote will be based on the following criteria:

1. A dedicated senior male and female athlete who is a quality person on and off the field of competition.
2. A dedicated three-sport athlete at Bergan will be given first consideration–if no qualified candidates are available a dedicated two-sport athlete could be considered.
3. The athlete must be an individual who strived to become the best athlete that they could be during their years at Bergan High.