February 23

West Kootenay Wildcat six off to Winter Games

The BC Winter Games go this weekend in Vernon and seven local female hockey players will be in mix.

The BC Winter Games go this weekend in Vernon and seven local female hockey players will be in mix. Six Bantam Wildcats and one Nakusp bantam house member made the Kootenay U16 team in January tryouts in Invermere. The six Wildcats who will represent our area include (L-R) Stephanie McAuley (Trail), Jesse Cooper (Nelson), Julie Sidoni (Trail), Catalina Hartland (Kaslo), Emma Hare (Nelson) and Merissa Dawson (Nelson). Missing from photo is Kira Streliev from Nakusp. Good luck to all the local athletes who are taking part in the Games.

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