Curtis Whitelock Sportsmanship Award

The Curtis Whitelock Sportsmanship Award, created in 1999, is to be awarded to the DIGLIT participant who best represents the ideals of sportsmanship — ethical behavior, fair play and integrity — and who finds pure satisfaction in the play of the game and in the enhancement of friendships.

As the founder of DIGLIT in 1994, Curtis dreamed of bringing an IGBO Annual Tournament to Denver — a dream that was realized in 2000.

Curtis Whitelock Sportsmanship Recipients

2016 – Joseph Puckett, Irving, TX
2015 – Charlie Mayo, Commerce City, CO
2014 – Donna Ogrentz, Thornton, CO
2013 – Joseph Puckett, Irving, TX
2012 – Michael Vigil, Denver, CO
2011 – Kenny Sparks, Denver, CO / Lori DeClue, Lakewood, CO
2010 – Michael Lipscomb, Denver, CO
2009 – Clark Thompson, Denver, CO
2008 – Fernando Pacheco, Denver, CO
2006 – Shannon McCarthy, Denver, CO
2005 – Dick Cooper, Calgary, AB / Sharon Stump, Denver, CO
2004 – Larry Pike, Denver CO
2003 – Chas Humphreys, Avon, CO
2002 – Kathleen Powers, Lakewood, CO
2001 – Kelly Carter, Dallas, TX
1999 – JC Cutter, Denver, CO