Dave Penna Memorial Bonspiel Champs!

  • Jan. 27, 2003 6:00 a.m.

Submitted by Kimiko von Boetticcher-The Misty Isles Curling Club held the 2nd Annual Dave Penna Memorial Bonspiel last weekend. Eight teams entered this year and the team that won their way to victory to win the coveted Dave Penna Broom award was the Junior Team, skipped by Kris Coste. This group of juniors also won the silver medal at last year’s BC Winter Games. Well, they must be good because this weekend they were competing against seven adult teams. Way to go! We hope that all that practice will come in handy when they take off again soon to compete at this year’s BC Winter Games. We wish you luck because we already can see you have the skills. Thanks to all who came out – it was a great weekend. The next chance to come out and have fun curling is scheduled for the February 14 weekend – The Sweethearts Open Bonspiel. Contact 626-3831 to enter a team or for more information.

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