Okangan teams participate in curling bonspiel

The Summerland senior men’s bonspiel was played Nov 21 to 23.

The Summerland senior men’s bonspiel was played Nov 21 to 23.

The bonspiel featured seven teams from Kelowna, seven from Penticton, one from Oliver and nine from Summerland.

Each team played five games, with two on Monday, two on Tuesday and one on Wednesday.

Members of the Thursday morning ladies put on lunches.

Organizers included Jim Hunt, Warren Parker and Stan Green, along with other volunteers.

Ice techs were Gord White and Dean Jones.

The team are divided up into three blocks, eight teams in per block, with a point system.

The top three teams in each block are:

Red block: Barry Lemay of Kelowna with 132 points; Stan Green of Summerland with 95 points and Paul Cowen of Summerland with 93 points.Green block: Art Lappalainen of Summerland with 134 points, Larry Kowal of Penticton with 129 points and Chris Cottrill of Penticton with 116 points.

Blue Block: Eric Johnson of Summerland with 138 points, Warren Parker of Summerland with 117 points and George Hagel of Oliver with 113 points.


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