The Castlegar Wolf Pack play Creston in this photo. The Wolf Pack went on to take fourth place in the 12-team tournament while the Castlegar Warriors placed third and the Castlegar Jr. Rebels took first place.

Castlegar Atom teams dominate tournament

  • Feb. 2, 2011 8:00 a.m.

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All three Castlegar teams finished in the top four at the Jan. 28-30 Atom tournament, held on home ice at both the Complex and Pioneer Arena.

The Jr. Rebels took the top spot against the Creston Chiefs in Sunday afternoon’s final, following with the Castlegar Warriors in third place and the Castlegar Wolf Pack in fourth.

Twelve teams participated in the tournament: South Okanagan, Trail Young Guns, Beaver Valley Hawks, Nelson Warriors, Beaver Valley Eagles, Penticton, Rossland-Trail Generals and the Grand Forks Bruins, as well as the three Castlegar teams and Creston.

This weekend the Castlegar Minor Hockey Association will host the Pee Wee House tournament, with games taking place all weekend at the Pioneer Arena and Complex starting Friday night.

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