Peewees capture bronze in Cranbrook

Nelson peewee Tier 2 team did well at a Cranbrook tournament.

The Nelson peewee Tier 2 team finished with a bronze medal in the Cranbrook tournament this past weekend. Teams came from Spokane, Bonavista, McKnight, Glenlake, Nelson and Cranbrook.

Front row, from left: Rhett Hamilton, Seamus Boyd, Joe Davidson, Joseph Surina, Kaleb Percival, Ethan Lawczynski, Arman Bhabra, and Nick Francis. Back row from left: Shandy Mowery (assistant coach), Noah Quinn (injured), Lowie Vreys, Sandy Boyd (safety officer), Drake Proctor, Tijs Vreys, Jackson Harris, Dylan Mowery, Bryce Sookro, Pete Quinn (coach), and Ethan Bennett.

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