RCCC member wins Provincial title

Congratulations to Erica Wiese, RCCC board and curling club member, for winning the 2020 Alberta Mixed Provincial Title on March 31st at the Shamrock Curling Club in Edmonton. Erica plays third for Warren Cross out of the Saville Centre in Edmonton. The Rose City Curling Club wishes you well at the 2020 Canadian Mixed Curling Championship in Saguenay, Quebec in November.


L to R: Coach, Lead Ashley Kalk, second Cody Bartlett, third Erica Wiese and skip Warren Cross

Seniors’ Year-Ender Bonspiel Winners

Ten teams from the Adult Afternoon Drop-In League battled in three games over 3 days in the Year-Ender Bonspiel as a finale to the season. After a tally of the points, it was Team Criggar that came out victorious winning the event.

1st Event Winner – TEAM CRIGGAR
L to R: Skip Harold Criggar, third Gary Pepper, second Mary Shields and lead Ron Hendrickson

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Congratulations League Champions

The 2018/2019 Curling season is winding down and the Rose City Curling Club would like to congratulate this year’s league Champions:

Tuesday Men’s & Women’s League Champions
TEAM BELANGER
L to R: Justin Jacobsen, Adam Belanger, Merlin Bergquist (missing Scott Broughton and Mike Leathwood)

Thursday Open Team League Champions
TEAM MARTZ
L to R: Nathanael Mascaluk, Rod Semeniuk, Joanne Martz (missing Susan Parker and Wanda Sannachan)

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Rose City Curling proud of their youth

Congratulations to the high school and college curling teams who recently competed at provincial and national championships:

2019 CCAA/Curling Canada Championships
Fredericton, New Brunswick,
March 15th to 19th
Vikings Women Win National Bronze Medal
 

L to R: Katelyn Skolski, Sara Paulgaard, Nikki Smith, Hannah Terry, Ally Hamilton and coach Andrew McIntosh


Congratulations to the U of A Augustana Vikings Women’s Curling Team for winning the Bronze Medal at the 2019 CCAA Curling Canada Championship! The team defeated the Fanshawe Falcons from London, Ontario by scoring a single in the extra end to take the game 5-4. Three Vikings curled with an 80% or greater average throughout the game to help secure their victory.

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