The peewee Leafs went undefeated at a Revelstoke tournament. Photo submitted

Peewee Leafs roll through Revelstoke tournament

Nelson went undefeated over the weekend

Submitted by Staci Proctor

The Nelson Leafs peewee boys rep team went undefeated at a tournament last weekend in Revelstoke.

Nelson beat Windermere 8-5 on Friday, then downed Richmond 9-1 and Kamloops 5-1. In the final, the Leafs breezed past Golden 5-1.

Jack Boyes got the heart and hustle award and Larson Proctor was MVP.

Captain Sebastian Conne Correnti, Ryder Nash, Miller Tedesco, Eliot Rude, Gunnar Evenson and Kai Smith all contributed to the scoresheet throughout the tournament.

Goaltender Grady Groenhuysen played outstanding, while Dax Dewar, Sawan Bhabra, Weston McBeath, Cohen Wolbaum and Kale Gerhman were strong defenders.

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