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About 40 students carried signs and waved at cars in front of Hume Secondary.
The GS Trophy is an endurance competition where riders are not asked to race, as much as perform challenges with their bikes,
Hughes comes to the Leafs after leaving his position as coach and general manager of the AJHL Grande Prairie Storm.
On Wednesday afternoon, all four teams in the U17 mixed division took to the fields at Lakeside Park for a pair of tilts.
Frank Maida and president Russell Stocks have both handed in their resignation from the Nelson squad.
Strong pitching helped the local squad win silver at four team, round robin event.
Indulge Nelson runs April 13 to May 7 (Sundays to Wednesdays only).
The KIJHL club will represent BC at the Keystone Cup next weekend in Abbotsford.
The host Nelson Leafs fell 3-0 to Victoria on Sunday in the Cyclone Taylor Cup tournament.
The Nelson Leafs dropped a 2-1 decision to the Aldergrove Kodiaks on Saturday night. The Leafs now play Victoria for the bronze medal.
Students from across the area, from Kindergarten to Grade 12, are participating in the event taking place in Nelson.
Dirty Dozen are the champions of Soccer Quest’s Ladies Rec League after the squad defeated Selkirk Eyecare 4-2 on Wednesday night.
Nelson Leafs and the Beaver Valley Nitehawks played to a 2-2 tie on Friday night. The two squads could meet again in the final.
The Victoria Cougars scored five goals in the second period to beat Nelson in the opening game of the Cyclone Taylor Cup.
The Nelson Leafs begin play in the 2014 Cyclone Taylor Cup on Thursday against the Victoria Cougars. On Friday they battle Beaver Valley.
Almost every local competitor came home with an award and many brought home medals, including five gold, eight silver and four bronze.
Entering their final game in the BC Hockey Tier PeeWee Championships, the host team already knew it could not make the playoff rounds.
Nelson's LVR senior boys basketball squad in tough against Lower Mainland squads.
A third period goal by Jamie Vlanich proved to be the winner for the Nelson squad.
Beaver Valley scores with 20 seconds remaining to beat Nelson Leafs 4-3 in game one of playoff series.