Alice in Wonderland curls! Melanie Ubleis (3 of Clubs)

Bonspiel a success

The results from the Ladies Curling Bonspiel here in Fort St. James

The results from the Ladies Curling Bonspiel here in Fort St. James

 

Winners of the “A” Event:

 

1st

Skip – Terri-Lee MacDougall

3rd   – Julie-Ann Mortenson

 2nd  –  Marcie Whitford

 Lead –  Bernice Wilkes

 

2nd    

Skip  – Kim Repko

3rd   –  Tina Aucstaetter

2nd  –   Michelle Boschman

Lead –   Jana Gainor

 

3rd   

Skip  – Carmen Boehnke

3rd   – Melanie Spooner

2nd  – Kelly Glenn

Lead – Barb Miller

 

Winners of the “B” event:

                 

1st            

Skip – Debbie Easton

3rd   – Ione Swanson

2nd  – Cindy Forshner

Lead –  Leanna Forshener

 

2nd          

Skip – Michelle Easton

3rd –  Beryl Nelson

2nd – Louly Thompson

Lead – Donna Luck

 

3rd           

Skip  – Kim Simpson

3rd   – Anne McDonald

2nd  – Tara Frederick

Lead – Nicola Prince 

 

Winners of “C” Event

 

1st           

Skip – Melanie Ublies

3rd  – Jodi Dubois

2nd – Amelia Orcutt

Lead – Tammy Young

 

2nd           

Skip – Joanne Leggatt 

3rd   – Helen Frederick                                   

2nd  – Lynn Rassmussen

Lead –  Erin Coltman

 

3rd          

Skip  – Megan Reidlinger

3rd   – Nicole Forshner

2nd  – Lisa Bruvold

Lead – Lindsay Wright

 

The Joanne Leggatt Rink laid the first six ender of the weekend.  The Rachael Work Team was the first out. 

This year we had a total of 18 Teams.  The bonspiel was very successful.  

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