Bonspiel fun for all

  • Feb. 21, 2005 7:00 a.m.

Submitted by the Misty Isles Curling Club–The Misty Isles Curling Club held the annual men’s’ bonspiel on the weekend of February 18, 19, 20, and was an excellent display of curling. The “A” event final featured Harry ( Iceman) Fleming against his former pupil of 6 years Kevin La Croix. The teacher took apart his former student with precision known only surgeons. The Iceman was later quoted “I didn’t teach him everything I know “. Teammates Bruce (The Moose) Haralson and Duane Smith were an awesome front for the Iceman.
The “B” event final featured Rollie Wheeler and his players sports lounge team against the Mile Zero foursome. After the dust had settled, Mark Bauereiss and the Mile Zero team claimed victory.
The “C” event final featured Dave (Hound Dog) Hounsell in an exciting match with up and coming star Chris Gagnon. The match was a seesaw affair with the “ol Hound dog” claiming victory.
The next bonspiel will be the Haida Clanspiel February 26 and 27, This is open to all Haida and adopted. The annual Ladies bonspiel is March 4-6. This is the clubs most popular bonspiel, come out and cheer on the ladies. This years ladies theme is Hawaiian. Hmmm……Grass skirts??

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