March 29

More gold for Nelson Atom Spitfires

The 2012 Kelowna K-town Klassic tournament saw the Nelson Spitfires capture the gold medal this past weekend.

The 2012 Kelowna K-town Klassic tournament saw the Nelson Spitfires, Atom B team battle through some highly charged and hotly fought matches to capture the gold medal this past weekend. With strong determination, discipline and team work, the Spitfires toppled the favoured Salmon Arm team in the semi-finals. The locals then battled Kelowna’s top team, the Red Bulls, in an exciting and intense final game. The Spitfires have now concluded their magical 2011/2012 season, capturing three gold medals, three silver medals from the six tournaments they entered, and a bronze from the Atom playoffs. The Spitfires are (front row L-R) Charles Curiston and Kyein Evans; (second row L-R) Aedan Osika, Amanda Creak, Josh Marsden, Tyler Bayoff, Blair Sookro, Ethan Grill; (third row L-R) Felix McMillan, Alex Laing, Ava Young, Nick Haydu; (back row L-R) Andrew Osika, Marty Grill, Dan Bayoff, Doug Curiston, Kim Osika.

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