Hockey tourney just like Old Times

It was just like old times during the Old Timers tournament in Nakusp Feb. 22-24.

Nakusp took on Kelowna during the Old Timers hockey tournament last weekend.

It was just like old times during the Old Timers tournament in Nakusp Feb. 22-24. Nakusp split itself in two and played against itself, Kelowna and Vernon.

In Nakusp v. Nakusp, the grey team won 5-2, with Mark Homis scoring the first grey goal of the game.

Kelowna won their game against Nakusp 10-5, but Nakusp goalie Gord Marshall shut out Vernon. The final score was 8-0 for Nakusp.

 

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