West Kelowna Warriors defenceman Tyson Jugnauth has been named the November High School Player of the Month, presented by Eligibility Wizard.
This award is for players 18-years-old or younger who are attending high school full time and is based on in-class and on-ice performance.
Jugnauth tied for the BCHL lead in points by defencemen in the month of November, collecting 10 in 11 contests. His 10 assists tied him for first in the league among all skaters.
The second-year blueliner was held off the scoresheet the first two games of the month, then went on a tear, putting up seven points over a four-game streak.
Off the ice, Jugnauth is a model student at Southern Interior Distance Education School with grades of over 80 per cent in each of his high school courses to date, including 89 per cent in English, 87 in Art and 86 in Calculus and Science.
Jugnauth is committed to play NCAA Division I hockey at the University of Wisconsin.