Curling Ice Breaker

Quesnel Curling Centre hosted it's 6th annual ice breaker bonspiel

Winning the (A) was the Blair Hedden foursome with Blair Hedden as skip; Mae Ramsey as third: Brenda Logelin as second.

The Quesnel Curling Center hosted it’s 6th annual ice breaker bonspiel last weekend. It was a fun filled weekend with 18 teams participating. This bonspiel is the first one of the year encouraging new curlers to try out the sport. The teams are drawn randomly so everyone gets a chance to meet and curl with new players.  Winning the (A) was the Blair Hedden foursome with Blair Hedden as skip; Mae Ramsey as third: Brenda Logelin as second; and Jo Anderson as lead: winning the (B) was the Willard Bentley foursome with Willard Bentley as skip; Terri Matula as third; Linda Harris as second and Penny Yamamoto as lead: winning the (C) was the Shane Yamamoto foursome with Shane Yamamoto as skip; Anna Johnston as third; Donna Kilsby as second; and Jadine Ketter as lead.

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