Thompson Rivers University WolfPack centre and Sicamous product Colton Walker intercepts the ball during an Aug. 20 pre-season tournament versus the Northern British Columbia Timberwolves in Kamloops.

Walker strong in successful WolfPack tourneys

Sicamous product Colton Walker intercepts ball during Aug. 20 pre-season tournament versus the Northern British Columbia Timberwolves.

Thompson Rivers University WolfPack centre and Sicamous product Colton Walker intercepts the ball during an Aug. 20 pre-season tournament versus the Northern British Columbia Timberwolves in Kamloops. The WolfPack took down the Timberwolves 2-0.   The victory ups the Pack’s exhibition record to 3 and 1.

“I like the fact we kept a clean sheet and played composed,” stated TRU head man John Antulov. “We had good solid possession and played really smart. “I was very happy with the center of our park with Colton Walker (3rd year), Mike Harvey (3rd year, Calgary, Alta.), Kyle Fertile (5th year, Kamloops), and even when we started to bring the kids in, they kept the same composure. We had good solid play throughout.”

The Pack beat the Langara College Falcons in a home exhibition tourney on Aug. 23. The team opens its 2015-16 Canada West Season on Sept. 12 at Hillside Stadium in Kamloops.

 

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