Rossland’s Remi Drolet comes close to making Youth Olympic Games

Trail Times wraps up Sports Year in Review – December, 2015

The Trail Times delivers its final instalment of Sports Year in Review as we look back at the month December, 2015.

The Trail Times delivers its final instalment of Sports Year in Review as we look back at the month December, 2015.

December

2 – TRAX Swim Club’s Sharman Thomas of Trail wins two gold, a silver, and a bronze at the Kelowna Aqua-Jets Fall Classic swim meet.

7 –  Rossland native Thea Culley is once again named to the Women’s National Field Hockey team.

11 – Close to 50 squash enthusiasts and City representatives showed up at the Trail Memorial Centre for the Grand Opening of the facilities new state-of-the-art squash court.

– Former Trail Smoke Eater Tim Fragle is named coach of Team Canada West that will lead the team at the 2015 World Junior A Challenge Cup in Ontario.

16 – Trail’s Trevor Johnson captained the HC Valpellice Bulldogs to the Coppa Italia hockey championship, his second in the last three years.

17 – Former Trail resident Ryan Huska and his ‘95 Memorial Cup winning Kamloops Blazer teammates are inducted into the BC Sports Hall of Fame.

21Trail Smoke Eaters win six of nine games in December to enter the Christmas break just one point back of the Vernon Vipers for fourth place in the Interior Division playoff race.

23Black Jack skier Remi Drolet is making his mark on the ski community after just missing a berth to the Youth Olympic Games in Lillehammer, Norway. Drolet finished first and seventh in the YOG trials to come fourth overall.

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