Mid-Summer fun

It was time for fun in the sun for the Quesnel Horseshoe Club as they hosted their Mid-Summers Fun open tournament July 12 – 13.

It was time for fun in the sun for the Quesnel Horseshoe Club as they hosted their Mid-Summers Fun open tournament July 12 – 13.

In men’s Class D, it was competitor Lorenzo Ferrara who took home first place with a total of five wins and two losses. Ringing in a final score of three wins and three losses were second and third place winners Mike Cunningham and Phil Erickson. Marcie Norquay’s aim earned her first place in women’s Class D, with a final rank of 3 wins and no losses, with second place going to Mavis Reid.

In women’s Class C, first place winner Helene Boudreau left victorious losing only one of the five matches played. Competitor Muriel Scallon’s aim earned her second place with one win and four losses.

With four wins and no losses first place winner Lorenzo Ferrara was unstoppable in the men’s Class C matches. Tying for second and third place with two wins and two losses were participants Phil Erickson and Orlando Pellizzari.

Taking home first place in women’s Class B was Helene Boudreau, winning two of her four matches. Second place winner was Pat Duncan.

In men’s Class B, Vic Vallee was undefeated winning all four matched sets.

First place in women’s Class A went to competitor Helene Boudreau with four wins and no losses, with Benita Karlson taking home second place.

With a final count of three wins and one loss was first place winner for the men’s Class A Vic Vallee, second place went to Phil Eickson and third place winner was Mike Cunningham.

First place in Senior Ladies division was Ida Boschman, with seven wins and no losses.

Marcie Norquay tied with Benita Karlson for second and third place, ringing in five wins and two losses.

With five wins and no losses Lorenzo Ferrara won first place in Senior Mens division. Second place went to Vic Vallee and tossing into third was Phil Erickson.

Herb Boschman took home first place for Elders 30ft, with Kevin Scallon coming in second and Marcel Pinette following in third.

In Seniors Mixed division, Marcie Norquay won first place with five wins and no losses.

 

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