Ryan Howe scores for the Revelstoke Novice Grizzlies during the team’s win over Nakusp at the Novice hockey tournament Saturday evening.

Revelstoke Novice victorious at fun tournament

Revelstoke Novice Grizzlies win three, tie one at fun home tournament.

The Revelstoke Novice Grizzlies hosted a 10-team tournament with teams from West Kelowna, Vernon, Salmon Arm, Kelowna and Nakusp. Revelstoke did very well with three wins and a tie, but it was a non-competitive tournament so there was round robin play only. There were many community sponsors: Cooper’s Foods, Legends N Heroes, Emos, Padrino’s Pizza, Kino’s Snacks, Revelstoke Credit Union, and RCU Insurance. Huge thanks go to the parents and volunteers who made this event possible, in particular arena staff and Dennis Berarducci.

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