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Terrace team wins Prince Rupert bonspeil

Katie Wahl and Cherie Malthus sweep during the final game in the B event.  - Martina Perry
Katie Wahl and Cherie Malthus sweep during the final game in the B event.
— image credit: Martina Perry

A dozen teams from the region, mainly from Prince Rupert and Terrace, competed in the annual Ladies Bonspiel over the weekend.

Winning every game they played was Terrace team consisting of skip Aina Pettersen, third Vicki Gardiner, second Claudia Brand and lead Avery Dejong. The ladies beat out the Griffith rink 7-5 in the A event's final game.

Placing tops in the B event was one of Prince Rupert's teams, led by skip Katie Wahl. Wahl and her teammates Jessica Bernhardt, third, Cherie Malthus, second, and Kristal Le, lead, beat out the Brousseau rink 7-6. Wahl and Bernhardt also organized the bonspiel.

The C event winners consisted of skip Janet Sheppard, third Helena Adolph, second Cynthia Roasario and lead Joan Yamamoto, all from Prince Rupert. They outplayed the Wyatt rink 5-4 in the final game of the event.

Coming out on top in the D event was a Terrace team led by skip Lisa Bulleid. Bulleid and her teammates Joan Rucharyshen, Olivia Kopf and Shar-Lee Edwards won against the McLean rink 7-1.

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