Thirty-six players battled it out at the Bear's Den Squash Tournament.

Bear’s Den Squash Tournament attracts high-calibre entries

Thirty-six players battled it out for the honours last weekend at the Bear’s Den Squash Tournament.

The 2014 edition of the Bear’s Den Classic Squash Tournament, hosted by the Revelstoke Squash Club October 24 to 26, was a tremendous success. The tournament featured 14 local players and 22 out-of-town players in a weekend of high-calibre squash in four divisions. The winners were:

D Divison

Consolation winner: Austin DesMazes, Revelstoke

2nd: Amanda Maltais, Revelstoke

1st: Ashley Bradwell, Salmon Arm

C Division

Consolation winner: Ralph Koerber, Revelstoke

2nd: Norm Tennant, Revelstoke

1st: Mike Amatea, Trail

B Division

Consolation winner: Ken Burrows, Cranbrook

2nd: Malcolm Shattock, Salmon Arm

1st: Andy Cowan, Nelson

A Division

Consolation winner: Brad Christie, Revelstoke

2nd: Andrew Braff, Kelowna

1st: Adam TerHeege, Penticton

 

 

 

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