Atoms second at home tournament

The Revelstoke Atom team had a fine showing at their home tournament this past weekend coming in second place out of nine teams.

Thomas Campbell makes a save in the Revelstoke net in the Atom tournament final on Sunday.

By Stacey Grimm, Revelstoke Minor Hockey

The Revelstoke Atom team had a fine showing at their home tournament this past weekend coming in second place out of nine teams.

There were visiting teams from South Calgary, Cochrane, Trail, Salmon Arm, and Kamloops.

Revelstoke played a total of six games over the weekend, and a win against Salmon Arm Sunday morning put them into the final game against a Tier 4 team from Cochrane.

Though the final score was 9-5, the boys worked hard all game, and stayed within two goals until the last period. Spectacular saves by Thomas Campbell and goals by Brodie Patry, Justin Kungl, Kurtis Kinoshita and Sawyer Grimm composed some of the game stats, but the highlight was the constant team effort and their ‘never quit’ attitude.

 

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