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Rovers gold medal weekend

First row (from left) Mark Armstrong, Caleb Creber, Jovon Klassen, Cody Sugihara. Second row, Jake Sebben, Michael Stambulic, Jordan Klassen, Justin Wade, Zak Campbell, Drew Dreger. Third row, Matheu Waurynchuk, Harrison Risdon, Gabe Franklin, Ethan Blair. - Photo submitted
First row (from left) Mark Armstrong, Caleb Creber, Jovon Klassen, Cody Sugihara. Second row, Jake Sebben, Michael Stambulic, Jordan Klassen, Justin Wade, Zak Campbell, Drew Dreger. Third row, Matheu Waurynchuk, Harrison Risdon, Gabe Franklin, Ethan Blair.
— image credit: Photo submitted

 

The U14 Boys KEYSA Rovers started out their season with a gold medal at the Terry Walgren Memorial Tournament in Nelson, BC on May 24th & 25th, 2014.

This was the team’s first gold medal at this tournament!

Teams in the U14 divisions were: KEYSA Rovers, KSYSA Storm (Castlegar), Nelson Selects and the Creston Blitzz

Result:

1st game VS Nelson Selects, 2-1 for Rovers, 2nd game VS KSYSA Storm, 1-1, 3rd game VS Creston Blitzz, 7-0 for Rovers.

Rovers finished in first place with the most points then moved on to the championship game VS KSYSA Storm.

It was a very close game but the Rovers finished strong with 3-2 win!

A big thank you goes out to coaches, Fiona Risdon & Peter Campbell.

Also a great support from Whitecaps coach Sam Heap!

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