Locals in Kids Games

Competition at the 2011 International Children’s Games begins Thursday morning in Kelowna.

Competition at the 2011 International Children’s Games begins Thursday morning in Kelowna.

Here is a list of local athletes who will be competing in the Games from Jan. 27 to Jan. 30.

• Kelowna Jr. Rockets Bantam Tier 1 (Boys)

Reid Kilburn

Josh Johnston

Matthieu Bourbeau

Justin Lange

Gen Bryshun

Landon Horne

Ty Cridland

Braden Eliuk

Austin Lindsay

Murray Gaffney

Josh Blanchard

Jackson Fulton

Brandon Barnes

Anthony Ormiston

Branden Wagner

Erick Noth

Dustin Kostiuk

Carter Hikichi

Sam Bobyn Tom Watters–Head coach

Ryan Lund – Asst. coach

Clayton Bauer – Asst. coach

Karen Blanchard – Mgr

Brandie Cridland – Trainer

• Figure Skating

Monika Randall

Dana Bobyn

Kelly Basisty

Jason Mongrain – Coach

Karen Mongrain – Coach

• The Fripp Warehousing Female Bantam Tier 1 Kelowna Jr Rockets 

Bethany Ryan

Mary Sebastian

Kennedy Kneller

Stephanie Strymecki

Naomi Yamaoka

Cassie Laturnus

Selina Carolei

Mikaela Clarkson

Abby Cook

Tiana Stuart

Clare Nicolson

Emma Koga

Hannah Koch

Logan Burd

Taylor Whiteside

Breanna Berndsen

Lauren Carson

Kendall Schultz

Kellie Montgomery

Dennis Koch – Coach

Bob Koga – Asst coach

Blaine Whiteside – Asst coach

Cathy Carolei – Manager

Nancy Clarkson – Trainer

• Cross Country Skiing

Gareth Williams

Hayden Conlin-Mouat

Madeleine Ertel

Cennet Isik

Veronika Dimova

Adam Elliot – Coach

• Speed Skating

Abigail McCluskey

Mitchell McCullough

Eli Schock

Christina Acton – Coach

Dave Walsh – Manager

• Alpine Skiing

Olivia Kirby

Kelty Slaney

Cassidy Tomlin

Ian Johnston

Evan Kwong

Shaun Taylor

Avery Walline

Trevor Haaheim – Coach

Wade Christie – Coach

• Snowboard

Mica Bot

Kayla Shepard

Ben Cousins

Dakota Martin

Sam Sbrozzi

Clovis Lettre-Racine – Coach

• Curling

Katie Heyfron

Vanessa Bobbitt

Mackenzie Clark

Samantha Conway

Ilija Hristovski

Tyler Hale

Aidan Dinwoodie

Emslie Jordan

Bethy Cody – Coach

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