Ladies hold bonspiel at Sportsplex

A total of 10 rinks took part in the annual Ladies Bonspiel last weekend

(L-r) Cathy Sauer

A total of 10 rinks took part in the annual Ladies Bonspiel hosted by Wells Gray Curling Club at the Sportsplex last weekend. Winners were as follows:

SauerRinkA Event – 1, Hadley Rink: Skip Larissa Hadley, third Jan Johnston, second Rowena Muglich, lead Joan Streadwick. 2, Graffunder Rink: Skip Shelley Graffunder, third Leslie Downs, second Lori Redman, lead Kyla Morrison.

B Event – 1, Sauer Rink. Skip Cathy Sauer, third Jennifer Vincent, second Mitch Miller, lead Kristen Brennen. 2, Anderson Rink. Skip Gwen Anderson, third, Lynda Dunkley, second Hazel Wadlegger, lead Carol McNeil.

C Event – 1, Hamilton Rink from 100 Mile area. 2, McJasper Rink from McBride and Jasper.

Photos – Left: (L-r) Kristen Brennen (l) and Mitch Miller wear more subdued clothing on Saturday as they polish the ice in front of a stone thrown by Jennifer Vincent. The rink placed first in the B event.


Below: Siarah Arndt shows plenty of concentration as she throws a stone during the ladies curling bonspiel



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