n 1964

Historic hockey in Summerland

In 1964, the Summerland Legion Juveniles, winners of the Okanagan Juvenile Hockey League, Okanagan Mainline Division

In 1964, the Summerland Legion Juveniles, winners of the Okanagan Juvenile Hockey League, Okanagan Mainline Division, Okanagan North Division, faced the New Westminster Juveniles in the Juvenile Provincial Semi-Finals for the Monarch Life Trophy.

The New Westminster Juveniles were winners of the Greater Vancouver Minor Hockey League, Lower Mainland Division, Pacific Coast Division.

Members of the Juveniles in the top row from left are David McInnes, Larry Young, Keith MacInnes, Richard Anderson and Joe Beggs. In the second row from left are Bob McAdam, Harvey Parkinson, Blaine Pollock, Ken Selinger and Dwayne Wertz. In front from left are coach Warren Parker, Dwayne Bigioni, Ken Ezard, Legion past president Emile Bonthoux, Ernie Pushkarenko, team captain Sandy Brown and manager Doug Campbell.

The series, on March 7 and 8, was a two-game total points series. Summerland lost the first game but won the second and went on to the provincials in Kimberley.