Nelson Selects win silver at tournament in Invermere

The under-13 boys side fell on penalties in the gold-medal final.

The Nelson Selects U13 team poses after winning silver at a recent tournament.

The Nelson Selects under-13 boys squad came up just short at a weekend tournament in Invermere.

Nelson lost to Airdrie on penalty kicks in the gold-medal final Sunday after finishing regulation tied at two on goals from Andreas Rentke and Tiger Good.

The Selects opened the tournament with a 7-0 blowout against Kootenay East, with two goals apiece coming from Good and Matteo Mushumanski. Nathan Savage, Felix Barron and Rentke chipped in with singles.

Mushumanski stayed hot with a hat trick in Nelson’s next game, a 4-1 decision against Canmore that also featured another goal from Savage.

Coaches Eric Sollid and Kurt Dehnel recognized midfielder Dylan Gyr as the tournament MVP, while Tommy Bryson was named tournament Hard Hat player for outstanding play in numerous positions.

Just Posted

VIDEO: New Nelson company CK9 Studios makes debut with stunning ski film

Simon Shave and Clay Mitchell released ‘Over Time’ last month

Regional crown caps Mount Sentinel winning season

The Wildcats senior volleyball team won the Kootenay zone title

Council OKs Rosemont disc golf for one-year trial

Course will be installed in Art Gibbon Park

PHOTOS: Nelson honours veterans on Remembrance Day 2019

Residents laid a record 125 wreaths at the cenotaph

BCTF rejects mediator’s recommendations for settlement

Negotiations between B.C. teachers and the province will continue

Petition to ‘bring back Don Cherry’ goes viral after immigrant poppy rant

Cherry was fired from his co-hosting role for the Coach’s Corner segment on Nov. 11.

Disney Plus streaming service hits Canada with tech hurdles

Service costs $8.99 per month, or $89.99 per year, in Canada

Trudeau’s opponents: One gives him an earful, another seeks common ground

PM meets with Conservative leader Andrew Scheer and Saskatchewan Premier Scott Moe

Rona’s ‘truly Canadian’ ads are inaccurate, watchdog says

Ads Standards points out U.S.-based Lowe’s acquired Rona in 2016

Brian Burke considered favourite to replace Don Cherry

Brian Burke is the 5-4 pick to be the full-time replacement next season

Major donor Peter Allard takes UBC to court to get his name on all law degrees

Philanthropist claims school not adhering to 2014 agreement for his $30-million donation

Report predicts drug resistance likely to kill 400,000 Canadians by 2050

This increase is expected to cost Canada 396,000 lives, $120 billion in hospital expenses

Sportsnet fires Don Cherry after negative comments about immigrants

Don Cherry had said immigrants don’t wear poppies like other Canadians do

Most Read