Members of the Creston Judo Club recently earned medals at a Salmo tournament.

Thirteen Creston judokas earn medals at Salmo tourney

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On April 28, members of the Creston Judo Club attended the Salmo Open Judo Tournament, along with participants from Cranbrook, Salmo, Castlegar, Fernie, Invermere, Revelstoke and Spokane.

Thirteen members of the club returned home with medals: Adam Hanson (silver and bronze in two separate divisions), Jeremy Dyer (bronze), Rielle Francoeur (bronze), Leland Samuelson (silver and gold in two divisions), Dillon Hack (gold), Kyle Qualtieri (silver), Rasmus Knudson (silver), Kaeden Rendek (silver), Kaydon Booth (gold), Dylan Armitage (silver), Brandon Hills (gold), Kim Francoeur (silver and gold in two divisions), Donavan Hack (gold).

The Grand Champion Title for the tournament went to Donavan Hack, who defeated several other members in a seniors open division to win the first prize of $250.

The parents and students of the judo club would like to extend their appreciation to senseis Munroe Albert and Ben Reinhardt for all of their volunteer time and dedication to the students.

The club also appreciates all of the many parents who spend several of their nights and weekends driving to and from the Dojo so that their children have the opportunity to participate in this Olympic sport.

The club is currently selling raffle tickets with the draw date of May 31.

 

— CRESTON JUDO CLUB

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