Nakusp Peewee Falcons cheer with good reason.

Peewee Falcons soar through

Nakusp Peewee Falcons played games against Nelson, Castlegar, Kelowna, and Rossland Trail.

  • Nov. 30, 2011 12:00 p.m.

Between November 18 and 20, Nakusp Peewee Falcons played games against Nelson, Castlegar, Kelowna, and Rossland Trail.  Awesome Goalie Brody Herridge and the team had two shut out games. Their final game was against Westside which they won 8-3.

The Peewee players are: Hailey Herridge, Reese McCrory, Ben Gardner, Ryan MacDonald, Jacob LaPlante, Teo Elsmore, Viktors Vilks, Jackson Herridge, Eric Vieira, Adam Volansky, Brody Herridge, Killian McCrory, Alex Roberts, Anthony Maxinuk, Brayden Reardon, and Kobe Nishida. Credit is also due to their coaches Ken Nishida, Rodney Volansky, and Pat McCrory and their trainer Arnie Herridge.

 

 

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