The “A” winners from Summerland are skip Jared St. John

Summerland curlers win at Bush Spiel

The Summerland Curling Club had their Mixed Bush Spiel on the weekend of Jan. 2 to 5 with 32 teams.

The Summerland Curling Club had their Mixed Bush Spiel on the weekend of Jan. 2 to 5 with 32 teams.

This is the second year in a row with 32 teams. There were six teams from Penticton, seven from Kelowna, one from Oliver and 18 from Summerland.

The tournament was organized by John Egyed and many volunteers.

“A” event: Winners Skip Jared St. John, third  Jodie Brennan, second  Graham Lyle, lead  Melissa St. John of Summerland. Runners up Skip Russ Lemke, third Elsie Lemke, second Cliff Ingram, lead Brenda Ingram of Summerland.

“B” event: Winners Skip John Egyed, third Cindy Curtain, second Gord Mitchell,  lead Chrissy MacKinley of Summerland. Runners up Skip Michelle Pratt,  third Pratt, second Deb Kotowich, lead Rick Kotowich of Penticton.

“C” event: Winners skip Eric Hirtz, third Sharon Hunter, second Brian Barnum, lead Janette Desautels of Kelowna. Runners up from Penticton Skip Steve Feasey , third Debbie Kozari , second Victor Lipp, lead Tammy Kozar of Kelowna.

“D”  event: Winners Skip Maurice Lakness, third Jan Hirtz, second Darcy Hoffman, lead Tanja Halsall of Kelowna. Runners up Skip Cliff Rose, third Jen Rose, second Jim Beck, lead Heather Stuckey of Summerland.


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