Atoms win home tournament

Teams from 100 Mile and Kelowna provide the strongest competition

Clearwater Atoms player Devon Green takes the puck between two 100 Mile House players during a game on Saturday morning.

Clearwater Atoms player Devon Green takes the puck between two 100 Mile House players during a game on Saturday morning. Behind him is his brother, Brendon Green.

The contest was part of an Atoms tournament held on the weekend at the Sportsplex. Clearwater won the tourney, taking all four of its games.

Below: Members of the Clearwater Atoms team pose for a photograph after winning their home tournament last weekend. Pictured are (back, l-r) coaches Mark Green and Donald Collins (missing is Jay Meyer), (back, l-r)  Liam Hunt, Alex Lamash, Soli Barstow, Tadam Elliot, Devin Green, Garner Ransome, Parker Collins, Cassidy Tucker, Claire Meyer, (front, l-r) Olin Coates, Aubry Leppington, Piet Oud, Brendan Green, and Ali Settle. The local team won all four of its games.

The squad from 100 Mile came in second and Valemount came in third. Teams from Williams Lake and Kelowna were also at the tournament.

As reported in our Nov. 28 issue, Clearwater Peewees earlier won their home tournament as well

Atom team

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