Okanagan teams compete in bonspiel

Summerland hosted the men’s bonspiel Dec. 5 to 7 with 14 teams participating.

Summerland hosted the men’s bonspiel Dec. 5 to 7 with 14 teams participating.

There was one team from Kamloops, three from Penticton, four from Kelowna, and six from Summerland. Organizers were Ken Rae, Rick Drewnisz and Brian Harris, and their helpers. Gord and Cliff White were in charge of the ice.

“A” winners from Penticton , Skip Blaine Black, third Shaun Everest, second Barrie Johnstone, lead Del Haidenger. Runners up from Kamloops, skip Wayne Sebo, third Glen Archer, second Jim Krenz, lead John Cox.

“B” winners from Summerland Skip Ken Rae, third Blake Lynch-Staunton, second John Gregg, lead Brian Harris. Runner up from Summerland, Skip Gary Wingerak, third Clem Beaulac, second Gary Raymond, lead Daryl Wainwright.

“C” winners from Kelowna Skip Gary Gelowitz, third Gerry Richard, second Terry Bauer, lead Grant Snow. Runner up from Penticton, Skip Daryl Tarr, third John Egyed, second Gord Mitchell, lead Pat Witzaney.



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