2017 ASAA Curling Championship

March 6, 2017 by  
Filed under Provincial and Territorial News



GOLD Lethbridge C.I. Morrin School E.W. Pratt H.S.
  Skip: Ayden Whitmire

Third: Kyler Kurina

Second: Daegan Nickel

Lead: Jackson Fletcher

Alt.: Dawson Mikkwrink

Coach: Dave Fletcher

Skip: Shelby Primrose

Thrid: Taylor Olmstead

Second: Kayla Adams

Lead: Amanda Holowath

Coach Don Yavis

Skip: Zale Zabolotniuk

Third: Jessica Smith

Second: Morgan Beamish

Lead: Zoe Blacha

Coach: Lisa Zabolotniuk

SILVER Lloydminster C.H.S. Chinook H.S. Cochrane H.S.
BRONZE Paul Rowe School Paul Kane H.S. Chinook H.S.

Individual Sportsmanship Award Pin Winners

These student athletes displayed exceptional sportsmanship throughout our event and were recognized by thier peers as outstanding individuals. Congratulations to:
Gountene Bagnah – Catholic Central mixed
Tanner Lorenz – Chinook High School
Morgan Beamish – E.W. Pratt
Robert Ambury – Paul Rowe
Quinn Hefron – Holy Trinity


Morrin School Girls Champion

Lethbridge CI Boys’ Champion

E W Pratt Mixed Curling Champion

Congratulations to the Morrin girls curling team

Another banner will soon be hung in Morrin School’s gymnasium as the girls curling team brought home another provincial title.
“The dedication and hard work that we did really paid off. It shows how great a really small community is, especially the Rumsey Ag Society, we couldn’t have done it without them donating the ice we practiced on,” stated skip Shelby Primrose.
The Morrin team played against five different schools, which all were double in size. This didn’t stop the Morrin girls from dominating each game.
“I think it comes from all the hard work. We went to a lot of bonspiels and played against better teams than us, so putting in hard work really pays off in the end,” she added.
Primrose mentioned that she and her second, Kayla Adams, are graduating this year and she hopes the girls will continue on curling.
“Believe that you can do it, put in all the hard work and time that is needed because it will pay off in the end.”
Winning three Provincial titles is a high note for any school, let alone a school made up of 35 students.
“It’s awesome for the school and it’s a fantastic feat for the girls. Betty Primrose has coached them for the past five years, they’ve got five zone championships and three provincial championships,” outlined Principal Don Yavis. “Congratulations to the girls; you’re making our school proud!”

LCI curlers rock solid

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