A curler slides a rock down the ice as the competition took off Saturday

A curler slides a rock down the ice as the competition took off Saturday

Competition results: Feb. 11–14

Competition results from curling to street hockey.

Curling results:

A Final:

Saw the league leading Norm Lea rink taking on number two Charlie Granewall.

Despite a triple take-out and a plan “B” trick shot by Sorren Wethal Granewall held on for a two rock victory.

B Final:

The sky rink met Carl Frerichs rink and despite loaning their best player to the D Final, they pulled off the upset of the weekend and won hands down!

C Final:

Was won by Paul Blanchette over the Kerry Fraser rink.

D Final:

Saw the Sandy Frerichs rink win over the Monks rink.

Summit Lake Racer results:

Racers of all ages enjoyed a great club race day at Summit Lake Ski Hill on Sunday, Feb. 13. Children and adults from ages six to 65 plus arrived to a sunny but fast and icy race course that softened up during day.

Three courses were set; snowboard, slalom and giant slalom and racers were not deterred by the challenging conditions.

Thanks to a bunch of dedicated volunteers and keen racers the day was terrific success.


-Tim Markholm trophy – fastest SD 10 high school boarder – Dylan Homis

-John Gleboff trophy – fastest SD 10 high school skier – Taylor Aeichele

-Teanne Jones trophy – Fastest Nancy Greene skier – Angus Jackson

Street hockey results:

Saturday’s Shinny Tournament winner was Team Cordingly and the winner of the seniors’ event was Team Smith. 

There were 10 teams total for a very successful first year.

Everyone had a very good time.

Kootenay Wildcats results:

The Kootenay AAA Wildcats all-female team was in Nakusp this last weekend for a match against Kelowna.

An avalanche that blocked off the Trans-Canada highway also had lots of players from Kelowna unable to attend the game. The teams were then made up for by sending over Wildcats players.

The game ended in a 6–4 defeat for the Wildcats, but it was a great show put on by both teams.