Lightning Strike in Summerland

The Castlegar Lightning travelled to a tournament in Summerland May 7 and 8.

  • May. 11, 2011 11:00 a.m.

The Castlegar Lightning travelled to a tournament in Summerland May 7 and 8. The girls won all three round-robin games by a landslide. They beat out the West Kootenay Thunder in the semi-finals and triumphed over the Kelowna Falcons in the final game for the gold medal. The score was 11-6. Their coach is Jeremiah Benbow and assistants are Christine Lloyd and Tamara Rotach. The team will travel to Kelowna next on the May long weekend for another Pee Wee tournament. The people in the photo are, back row (left to right): Annie Lepage, Michelle Sofonoff, Allison Griffiths, Rocky Sorensen, Brittney Strelaeff; Middle (l-r) Emma Hare, Whitney Lightfoot; Bottom: Emma Lloyd, Elora Hipwell, Shelby Streloff and Molly Benbow. Coaches are Jeremiah Benbow and Tamara Rotach.

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