Fraser Lake Funspiel well attended

The Fraser Lake Junior Curling Funspiel was a huge success with a total of 10 teams.

The Fraser Lake Junior Curling Funspiel was a huge success with a total of 10 teams.

The winners of the Funspiel are:

First Place with 14 points – Shyrell Lindstrom, Conner Lindstrom Nicole Godwin and Gary Smith.

Second Place with 12 points -Josh Smith, Keenan Shutes, Nicole and Shelbi Beckley.

Third Place with 10 points -Travis Campbell, Colter Roberson, Trevor and James Campbell.


The League curling results are as follows.

Tuesday League:

Sportsmanship: Zack Peterson .

Most Improved: Travis Campbell and Layne Wilkinson.

First Place 96 points: Keenan Shutes, Coltin Godwin, Rajah Singh and Conner Lindstrom.

Second Place 73 points: Zack Peterson, Dylan Tobassen, Travis Campbell and Colter Roberson.

Third Place 69 points: Kailee Duncan, Lara Hartman, Elizabeth Schulz and Jamie Shen.

Fourth Place 67 points: Julian Chmelyk, Tyrone Singh, Layne Wilkinson and Skighler Rodrigues.

Wednesday League:

Sportsmanship-Herbert Hummel.

Most Improved-Tyrone Singh and Julian Chmelyk.

First Place 98 points-Herbert Hummel, Josh Smith, Keenan Shutes and Morgan Litke.

Thank you to Mrs. Diana Lindstrom for making sure that the curling for the juniors takes place.


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