Annual Quesnel horseshoe tournament goes ahead despite smoke

Prince George players join local pitchers for enjoyable meet

Quesnel Horseshoe Pitchers Club hosted a tournament Aug. 12-13 at its facility on Carson Pit Rd.

The tournament attracted two additional players from Prince George, and four Quesnel pitchers.

Club secretary Jeanette Ferrara said: “It was a small tournament with smoke in the air and rain on Sunday, but all went well on both days.”

She said the clubhouse kitchen was open for breakfast and lunch each day for attendees, and all enjoyed the games and friendly atmosphere.

The Quesnel club is hosting an unsanctioned doubles tournament Sept. 17. Anyone interested is invited to play.

Contact club president Phil Erickson at 250-991-8035 or secretary Jeanette Ferrara at 250-747-3109 for details.

Results

Men’s 30-foot

First: Phil Erickson (Quesnel): four wins, one loss.

Second: Mike Cunningham (Prince George): three wins, two losses.

Third: Lorenzo Ferrara (Quesnel): two wins, three losses.

Senior ladies

First: Ida Boschman (Prince George): two wins, three losses.

Second: Helene Boudreau (Quesnel): two wins, three losses.

Third: Jeanette Ferrara (Quesnel): two wins, three losses.

(The percentage overall decides who is first.)

Women’s “B”

First: Boschman: three wons, no losses.

Second: Boudreau: three losses.

Mixed “A”

First: L. Ferrara: three wins, one loss.

Second: Cunningham: two wins, two losses.

Third: Erickson: one win, three losses.

Senior mixed

First: L. Ferrara: three wins, one loss.

Second: Cunningham: two wins, two losses.

Third: Boudreau: two wins, two losses.

Erickson: two wins, two losses.

Boschman: one win, three losses.

Senior mixed PM group

First: Erickson: three wins, one loss.

Second: Cunningham: two wins, two losses.

Third: Boudreau: two wins, two losses.

Fourth: L. Ferrara: two wins, two losses.

Fifth: Boschman: one win, three losses.

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