Taking second place in the Open Bonspiel was Team Robertson. This team hails from Sylvan Lake. Photos Submitted

Sylvan Lake starts curling season off with Open Bonspiel

The winner of this year’s open event came down from Edmonton to participate.

The Open Bonspiel was hosted by the Sylvan Lake Curling Club this past weekend, from Nov. 30 to Dec. 2 at the NexSource Centre.

Team Zilinski came from Edmonton to take home to championship. The Sylvan Lake team of Robertson took second place.

The consolation event was won by the Baron team from Red Deer who beat out the Brigley team, a team of upcoming junior curlers from Sylvan Lake.

The club would like to thank everyone who came out and participated as well as the many sponsors who contributed door prizes, all of whom made helped to make the weekend a success.

The Open Bonspiel was organized by Joyce Thrush.

The Sylvan Lake Curling Club are especially appreciative to Roger Huff who made sure the curling ice was in excellent condition.

 

Team Baron was the winner of the consolation event at the Open Bonspiel. Team Baron was made up of players from Red Deer.

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