The “A” winners in this year’s Open Men’s Bonspiel were from Summerland. From left are Skip Steve Clement

Clement team wins at men’s bonspiel

The Summerland Curling Club held their annual Open Men’s Bonspiel this past weekend Nov. 29 to Dec. 1 with 16 teams participating.

The Summerland Curling Club held their annual Open Men’s Bonspiel this past weekend Nov. 29 to Dec. 1 with 16 teams participating.

There were three teams from Penticton, two from Kelowna, and 11 from Summerland.

Head organizers Rick Drewnisz and Brian Harris, Ken Rae and their many volunteers did a great job. Cliff and Gord White were in charge of the ice work.

“A” winners from Summerland: Skip Steve Clement, third Glen Brennan, second Graham Lyle, lead Rick Sanders. Runners up from Summerland: skip Gary Wingerak, third Corbin Clement, second Cam Weir, lead Ken Oleschuk.

“B” winners from Kelowna: Skip Garry Gelowitz, third Gerry Richard, second Grant Snow, lead Dennis Case. Runner up from Summerland Skip Louie Costa, third Mike Rudinski, second James Krebbers, lead Rob Frappier.

“C” winners from Penticton: Skip Larry Kowal, third Luke Bissonnette, second Ken Giddings, lead Merrill MaCkinley Runner up from Summerland: Skip Gary Raymond, third Terry McPhillamey, second Paul Barber, lead Darcy Dunn.

“D” Winners from Summerland: Skip Rick Drewnisz, third Steve Favel, second Darryl Tamagi, lead Roland Dheilly. Runners up from Summerland. Skip Mike Lemke, third Kevin Campbell, second Rob Bitte, lead Ken Anderson


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