Year in Review: Spring sports feature Trail dedication and accomplishment – June 2015

The Trail Times ‘Sports Year in Review’ continues featuring the highlights in Greater Trail sports for the month of June, 2015.

The Trail Times ‘Sports Year in Review’ continues featuring the highlights in Greater Trail sports for the month of June, 2015.

June

3 – Trail Smoke Eaters sign Montrose native Spencer McLean and Ross Armour of Rossland to add two more local players to its roster.

10 – Megan Campsall captures bronze medal in kata at the Provincial Karate championship in Richmond, while Scott Hutcheson took home a silver.

11 – Mike Mondin former coach of the Canadian Sledge Hockey team dedicates team jersey to City of Trail in a case designed and made by KCLC student Curtis Haynes.

12Rossland-Trail Country Club founding father Dr. Jack Colbert becomes part of Trickle Creek Golf Resort history by hitting a hole-in-one on the par-3 eighth hole at the Kimberley course. His first ever ace, despite being a member of the Rossland-Trail Club for over 60 years.

19 – Jake Kauppila returns to the Trail Smoke Eater line up following a stint in the US Junior Hockey League. Kauppila played in 41 games in 2013 with the Smokies.

23 – The Trail AA Orioles open season with a pair of wins over Lewis and Clark in Washington State American Legion Baseball, a sign of good things to come.

-The Trail AA Orioles’ Austin Tambellini commits to play baseball with Hill College in Hillsboro, Texas.

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