Natasha and Alyssia (right) [supplied]

Hall of Sports Fame to honour two impressive young women

Scugog Hall of Fame has announced the youth category for this year’s ceremony, in which two impressive young women who attend Port Perry High, will receive recognition in the Youth Achievement category.

The upcoming Sports Hall of Fame 16th annual ceremony is on April 25.

Natasha McLellan Tam is a 17-year old multi-sport athlete who has achieved much success as an accomplished softball player. She played with the Port Perry Angels, the Whitby Eagles and the Oakville Angels winning a number of gold medals. She was invited to play for Nova Scotia on their Canadian summer games team. She has also coached at various levels and has recently received an academic and athletic scholarship to attend a Division II school in Erie Pennsylvania, said a statement.

Alyssa Carnaghan is a 15 year old gymnast and runner competing in track and field and cross county events. She is currently training with the Lindsay Gymnastics Club and has seen success at the provincial level. She is also a member of the Newmarket Huskies Track Club and has a number of first place finishes in provincial competition.

Special Anniversaries

The hall will be celebrating special anniversaries of three local clubs: Blackstock Minor Hockey 25 years, Greenbank Minor Ball 60 years, and Blackstock Curling Club 75 years. Sponsored by the Lake Scugog Historical Society the recipients in this category will be included on the Sports Hall of Fame Anniversary Plaque that is displayed at the arena.

All former inductees are encouraged to attend the 16th Annual Induction Ceremony event, Invitations to the event this year will be sent by e-invite. To receive your special invitation, provide your email address to

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