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Nelson Star Friday, May 31, 2013

Sports

Terry Walgren Memorial Tournament

U13 girls triumph in thriller

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GRAND CHIEF STEWART PHILLIP, President of the Union of BC Indian Chiefs JOAN PHILLIP, Penticton Indian Band Councillor, Lands Administrator GERALD AMOS, Former Chief Councillor of Kitimat, Haisla First Nations PETER JULIAN, MP, NDP Critic for Energy and Natural Resources FIRST NATIONS TRADITIONAL SINGERS, BC, Alberta 705 Vernon Street& |Peru www.finleys.ca | 250.352.5121 WAYNE MCCRORY, Valhalla Wilderness Society-Spirit Bear PowerPoint ALEX ATAMANENKO, MP, BC Southern Interior

DOUKHOBORS AND FRIENDS FOR PEACE CHOIR The Nelson Selects U13 Girls team celebrates its gold medal on Sunday afternoon after defeating Kootenay South Pipeline-Free BC-Locally produced PowerPoint in the final of the Terry Walgren tournament at Lakeside pitch.KEITH WILEY, Kootenays for aBob Hall photo Nelson Star Staff

The Nelson Selects U13 Girls put hard work to the pitch during the Terry Walgren Memorial Tournament this past weekend. The girls played up a division at the U14 level and were in tough in their first game Friday night as they faced a squad from Kootenay South (Castlegar/Trail/Rossland/ Fruitvale). After a scoreless first half, Grace Dehnel scored from outside the 18-yard box with 10 minutes to play. Nelson held on for a 1-0 victory, their first of the season. Saturday the club played Columbia Valley in a game that was dominated by the Nelson side which ended in a 4-0 score. Goal scorers were Ellee Atkinson, Sofia Arcuri, Simone Kirsten and Mattea Langevin. Going into Sunday’s action against Kootenay East (Cranbrook) the girls were feeling confident with their 2-0 record.

All areinwelcome to attend early and participate in the Doukhobor Prayer meeting, joined by First Nations, with emphasis on: Ruby Creighton scored the Prayers first half to give the Selectsfor a the Earth 10:00 AM to 11:00 AM 1-0 lead and Arcuri scored her second of the tournament to cap off a 2-0 victory. With a 3-0 record, the team Speakers • Power Point Presentations • Informational Displays earned a berth in the gold Speakers • Power Point Presentations • Informational Displays medal game versus the older Kootenay South. 1:00 PM – 5:30 Brilliant Cultural Center 2,PM,Brilliant Castlegar The final game saw the visi1:00 PM –June 5:30 PM, Cultural Center 1:00 PM – 5:30 PM, Brilliant Cultural Center GRAND CHIEF STEWART PHILLIP, President of the Union of BC Indian Chiefs tors come out strong and push GRAND CHIEF Penticton STEWART Indian PHILLIP, President of the UnionAdministrator of BC Indian Chiefs JOAN PHILLIP, Band Councillor, Lands GRAND CHIEF STEWART President of theLands Union ofFirst BC Indian the younger Nelson side to JOAN PHILLIP, Penticton Indian Band Councillor, Administrator GERALD AMOS, Former PHILLIP, Chief Councillor of Kitimat, Haisla NationsChiefs GERALD AMOS, Former Chief ofand Kitimat, Haisla First Nations JOAN PHILLIP, Penticton Band Councillor, Lands Administrator their limits. At half time KooPETER JULIAN, MP, NDPIndian CriticCouncillor for Energy Natural Resources PETER JULIAN, MP, NDP Critic for Energy and Natural Resources GERALD AMOS, Former Chief Councillor of Kitimat, Haisla First Nations tenay South had a 1-0 lead on FIRST NATIONS TRADITIONAL SINGERS, BC, Alberta & Peru FIRST JULIAN, NATIONS TRADITIONAL SINGERS, BC, Alberta & Peru PETER MP, NDP Critic for Energy and Natural Resources WAYNE MCCRORY, Valhalla Wilderness Society-Spirit Bear PowerPoint the locals. WAYNE MCCRORY, Valhalla Wilderness Society-Spirit Bear PowerPoint Midway through the second Defender Sofia Arcuri notched three ALEX ATAMANENKO, MP, BC Southern Interior ALEX ATAMANENKO, MP, BC Southern Interior DOUKHOBORS AND FRIENDS PEACE CHOIRBC, Alberta & Peru FIRST NATIONS TRADITIONAL SINGERS, DOUKHOBORS AND FRIENDS FOR FOR PEACE CHOIR half Nelson came on strong goals on the weekend. KEITH Kootenays for BC-Locally produced produced PowerPoint KEITH WILEY, WILEY, Kootenays for a a Pipeline-Free Pipeline-Free BC-Locally WAYNE MCCRORY, Valhalla Wilderness Society-SpiritPowerPoint Bear PowerPoint In conjunction withfor Gathering of Eagles the girls,” said U13 coach and Atkinson scored on a free All in the the Doukhobor Doukhobor Prayer Prayer meeting, meeting,joined joinedby byFirst FirstNations, Nations,with withemphasis emphasison: on: All are are welcome welcome to to attend attend early early and and participate participate in Prayers for the Earth 10:00 AM to 11:00 AM Prayers for the Earth 10:00 AM to 11:00 AM kick to tie the game. With no Pete Quinn. “I couldn’t have ALEX ATAMANENKO, MP, BC Southern Interior further goals it was onto extra been prouder of how they perDOUKHOBORS AND FRIENDS FOR PEACE CHOIR 7:00 PM — 9:00 PM, United Church formed. It was a total team eftime. KEITH WILEY, Kootenays for a Pipeline-Free BC-Locally produced PowerPoint In the non-sudden death fort. PIPELINES, AND ENERGY “It’s TANKERS a great boost of confiovertime, the Nelson girls All are welcomePOLICY to attend early and participate in the Doukhobor Prayer dence for the team heading kicked their game up an extra meeting, joined by First Nations, with emphasis on: Informal Panel & Round Table Discussion into MP, provincial playdowns in notch and dominated with two for the Earth 10:00 AM to 11:00 AM PETER JULIAN, NDP Critic for Energy andPrayers Natural Resources Cranbrook next week. ” goals in the extra frames. With ALEX ATAMANENKO, MP, BC Southern Interior The U13s have the weekher third goal of the weekend,GUESTS SPECIAL end off and will then match Arcuri found theSponsored net once by Alex Atamanenko June 1, Nelson 7:00 PM — 9:00 United Church again and Shaen Panko-Dool up against rivals from around June 1,PM,Nelson 7:00 PM — 9:00 PM, United Church the Kootenays for a shot at the notched her first. PIPELINES, TANKERS AND ENERGY POLICY Informal Panel & Round Table DiscussionPOLICY “It was a great weekend Provincial B Cup in July. PIPELINES, TANKERS AND ENERGY

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Nelson Star, May 31, 2013  

May 31, 2013 edition of the Nelson Star

Nelson Star, May 31, 2013  

May 31, 2013 edition of the Nelson Star