Cents Announce 2010-11 Season Tickets, Congrats to Vernon, Nicola Valley Minor Lacrosse action:

The Cents have released their 2010-11 season ticket information. Here’s the latest from Merritt Centennials.com:

Merritt, BC – April 26, 2010

The Merritt Centennials have announced ticket prices for the 2010-11 season and are now accepting season ticket purchases and renewals.

Season tickets will be offered at an early bird discount, if tickets are renewed or purchased before July 1, 2010.

Single Game
Season Ticket prior to July 1, 2010 (discount vs. gate prices)
Season Ticket after June 30, 2010 (discount vs. gate prices)

$220 ($140 discount – $7.33 per game)
$275 ($85 discount – $9.17 per game)

$180 ($60 discount – $6.00 per game)
$210 ($30 discount – $7.00 per game)

$150 ($90 discount – $5.00 per game)
$210 ($30 discount – $7.00 per game)

Current season ticket holders have until June 30, 2010 to renew and reserve their seats for next season. Beginning July 1, 2010 all remaining seats will be open to the general public for purchase.

As a season ticket holder, you’ll receive special privileges and not only is your seat reserved for all 30 home games, you’re also given the first right of refusal on all Centennials playoff tickets and free admission to all home exhibition games.

To renew your season tickets or to purchase a season ticket for the 2010-11 season, please contact Cents Marketing Manager Maddison Canuel at 250.280.2439 or Cents Season Ticket Co-ordinator Nonie Miyazaki at 250.378.6320. You may also email marketing@merritt centennials.com


I’d like to throw a big congratulations to the Vernon Vipers on claiming their second straight Doyle Cup championship. Of course, the Vipers roster features two former Centennials players in goaltender Graeme Gordon and defenceman Curtis Gedig. And former Cents play-by-play man Todd Miller calls the games for Silk FM in Vernon and is the Vipers Director of Business Operations. Longtime fans in Merritt will remember that Todd got his start at the station here as a teenager and the entire company is proud of everything he’s accomplished!

It should be a blast for the defending RBC Cup champs in Dauphin, Manitoba starting Saturday, everyone here in the Nicola Valley is hoping the Vipes bring the Cup to the BCHL once again!

Shauna Clinging, who handles PR for the Nicola Valley Thunder Minor Lacrosse Association, emailed me the latest results for the kids this past weekend:

The Nicola Valley Lacrosse season started with 6 games this weekend.

On Saturday Merritt Mountain Towing Midgets traveled to beat Kamloops 2 by a 7-1 margin. Sundays action for the Midgets was a double header on the road against Kelowna 2 where they shut out the home team 12-0 in the first game and later defeated the Kelowna Kodiaks a second time 8-3.

Sunday also saw action in the other divisions, Contain It Storage Bantams went on the road as well and played a tough game against Kelowna 1 and were defeated by a narrow margin 10-8. Kristian Stead found the net with 5 and Michael Lund picked up the hat-trick.

Century 21 Peewees lost to Kelowna 3 4-2 in a low scoring game on the road.

Royal Lepage Novice was at home to Penticton at Lower Nicola Arena where they lost by a margin of 15-5. Mac Stead got a hat-trick and the Ware Brothers, Fred & Gord, tallied once each.

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