The Nelson Peewee Leafs, (L-R) back row: coach Jamie Tedesco, Caleb Hanneson, Jack Boyes, Leif Poole, Levi Konken, Cohen Wolbaum, coach Dallas Wolbaum, safety Brandon Weller, Cash Nay, Larson Proctor, Lucas Hanneson. Middle: Miller Tedesco, Jacob de Zwart, Sawan Bhabra. Front: Kaleb Weller, Griffin Wanhella. Photo submitted

Peewee Leafs win gold in Trail

Nelson overcame seven other teams to win the tournament


Nelson’s Peewee Leafs rallied from a big loss to take gold at the Greater Trail Minor Hockey Association’s house tournament last weekend.

Nelson won its first two games but finished second in its division after suffering a 13-3 loss to Grand Forks in the round robin.

In the semifinals, the Leafs romped past Spokane 6-0 before downing Grand Forks 5-1 in the championship rematch Sunday.

The tournament also included teams from Trail and Summerland.

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