RIVERBOAT Sports

Dedicated athletes showed off their skills at a myriad of tournaments and events during Riverboat Days July 31 to August 9.

  • Aug. 11, 2015 10:00 a.m.

Blackbelt Carson Bennett (top)

ATHLETES and teams from around the region competed in a variety of events and sports during Riverboat Days 2015, adding to the mix of activities.

Rain on the Sunday and Monday of the August long weekend may have dampened the playing areas but not the spirits of competitors.

 

Taekwondo Results:

Top Womens: Jen Millen, 3rd degree blackbelt from Edmonton

Top Heavy Weight Men: Jon Zaleski, 4th degree blackbelt from Grande Prairie

Top Light to Middle Men: Carson Benedict, 2nd degree blackbelt from Kelowna.

 

 

Volleyball Results:

Competitive: First in 4-on-4 was Lady & the Tramps, first in 3-on-3 was Kitchen Bath & Company, first for 2-on-2 was The Simple Things.

Non-Competitive: first in 4-on-4 was Cheers!  First in 3-on-3 was Team Te-Kill-Ya and first for 2-on-2 was DK Son.

 

 

Soccer Results:

MENS: First, Saskatchewan winning $3,000 and trophies with Terrace coming second to win $1,750 and a trophy and Smithers third, winning $750.  MVP: Shalen Fox, Saskatchewan. Best goalie: Curtis Mercer, Terrace. All-stars Terrace: Taylor Baker, Mike Denomme.

WOMENS: First was Terrace winning $600 with the Kitwanga Wildcats finishing second to win $300. MVP: Ashley Denomme, Terrace. Best goalie: Randie, Terrace.

MASTERS (35+): First place went to the Kitwanga Selects for a prize of $800 with Gitsegukla placing second to win $400. MVP: Joe Wells.

Softball Results:

FIRST: Grim Reapers, second was Prestige from Smithers and third was Black Sox from Terrace.

CONSOLATION ROUND: First was Last Call from Terrace, and second was Stallions from Terrace.

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