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

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

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

November

1 – Selkirk College Saint forward Ryan Edwards receives PoW in BCIHL for netting 10 points in two games.

4 – The J. L. Crowe Hawks senior boys soccer team just missed a berth into the provincials falling to David Thompson Secondary from Invermere 2-0 in the AA provincial soccer qualifying tournament. The game also marked the end of coach Neil Moon’s long-time tenure as coach, as the Fruitvale native relocated to Edmonton to pursue a job opportunity.

5 – Trail Retiree Men’s Curling Club’s request that two extra sheets of ice be reinstalled at the Trail Curling Club was granted, following a season where only six sheets were put to use.

6Trail’s Travis St. Denis is named Player of the Month in NCAA Div. 1 hockey after the Quinnipiac University Bobcat forward scored six goals in the month of October to lead all ECAC skaters.

12Trail Smoke Eaters goalie Bailey MacBurnie is named Player of the Week in the BCHL following a pair of wins over Nanaimo and Merritt.

– Trail native Dallas Calvin is named Player of the Month in the BCIHL. The Selkirk College Saints forward scored 10 goals and added five assists to lead the league for the month of October.

19Trail Track and Field Club’s Sadie Joyce took home a BC Athletics Award for beating the time standard for the 60-metre sprint at the BC Junior Development Track and Field Meet in Kamloops.

20Rossland’s Braden McKay signed a letter of intent to attend Wilmington University in Wilmington, Delaware on a golf scholarship.

24Nelson native Nolan Percival is traded to the Beaver Valley Nitehawks in exchange for futures.

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