Curlers participate in weekend bonspiel

The Summerland Curling Club put on its men’s open bonspiel this past weekend.

The Summerland Curling Club put on its men’s open bonspiel this past weekend.

A total of 16 teams took part, including four teams from Penticton, three from Kelowna, one from Kamloops and eight from Summerland.

Head organizers Rick Drewnisz and Ken Rae were assisted by many volunteers including the Russ Lemke team who cooked the steaks Saturday night, the bar staff, and Cliff and Gord White who looked after the ice.

A winners: from Summerland, skip Steve Clement, third Glen Brennan, second Graham Lyle, lead Jamie Denton. Runners up: from Kelowna, skip Garry Gelowitz, third Wayne Leface, second Bob Harris, lead Dennis Case.

B winners: from  Kelowna, skip Tyler Jaeger, third Kurt Roberts, second Cam Weir, lead Dale Abrey. Runners up: from Kamloops, skip Rick Reimer, third Casey Macaulay, second Ron Gradon, lead Davis Luck.

C winners: from Penticton, skip Steve Gjukich, third Chris Jones, second Gord Mitchell; lead George Horner. Runners up: from Summerland, skip Russ Lemke; third Clint Skinner; second Greg Lorimer; lead Anthony Deane.

D winners: from Summerland, skip Ken Rae, third Blake Lynch-Staunton, second Brian Harris, lead Dave Hood. Runners up: from Summerland, skip Dale Critchlow, third Gary Raymond, second Terry McPhillamey, lead Larry Harder.

 

 

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