UPDATED: Terry Walgren Tournament takes over Lakeside

Players invaded the pitch at the annual soccer event hosted by Nelson Youth Soccer.

Nelson's Naomi Perkins (right) on the attack at the Terry Walgren Tournament.

The beautiful game took over Lakeside Park this weekend.

Nelson Youth Soccer held its annual Terry Walgren Tournament, which featured boys and girls teams made up of under-13 to U18 players.

Nelson teams finished with five gold medals and four silvers. See below for a complete list of results.

Walgren, the tournament’s namesake, was a longtime Nelson player and coach who succumbed to cancer in 2003.

U13/U14 girls: Nelson Selects gold, Kootenay South U14 silver

U15/U16 girls: Nelson U15 gold, Kootenay South U15 silver

U18 girls: Nelson U18 gold, Nelson U16 silver

U13 boys: Kootenay South gold, Nelson silver

U14 boys: Nelson U14 gold, Nelson U13 silver

U15 boys: Kootenay South gold, Fernie silver.

U16 boys: Nelson gold, Kootenay East silver

U18 boys: Kootenay South gold, Nelson silver

 

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