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Warriors graduating defenceman Pears commits to Bowling Green
Thursday, July 31, 2014 - Submitted by West Kelowna Warriors
The West Kelowna Warriors are happy to announce another college commitment from last season's team, as Braden Pears has committed to Bowling Green University for the 2014/15 season.

Pears was acquired from the Trail Smoke Eaters on January 7, played 19 games for the Warriors last season, finishing with three goals and seven assists in a West Kelowna uniform.

Over his career, Pears played in 242 BCHL games, picking up 18 goals and 70 assists, to go along with only 81 penalty minutes.

“ This is what patience and perseverance is all about," said Warriors head coach and general manager Rylan Ferster. "Braden has been in the BCHL for five years. His hard work has paid off.

"The entire Warriors organization congratulates Braden and his family on this wonderful accomplishment. He will add character and a skill set that will be able to play in all situations.

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