Long-Time Americans Scouts Retire
Kennewick, WA - Tri-City Americans General Manager Bob Tory announced today that long time scouts Kim Ridd, Lonny Wilcox, and Percy Kosak are retiring.
"I wish these three guys good health and happiness as they transition out of their roles in our scouting department," said Tory. "They have all been instrumental in our past success as they have been initial contacts with players and parents."
"All the best moving forward."
Tri-City will play their 2022 Home Opener at the Toyota Center on Saturday, October 8 against the Edmonton Oil Kings. Tickets for the 2022-23 season are now on sale. Click here to learn more about season tickets.
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