2017-18 Curling Season:
Thanks to Jim Cox and the volunteers who
helped put our ice in - we are now up and running.
League play and Seniors curling are both underway.
Schedules and team
lists are online. Please let Al know
if there are any mistakes (spelling or otherwise) in the
Scores and standings will be posted as I
get the results - so -
Please submit your
scorecards following your games!
PSHS CURLING RESULTS:
Our congratulations go out to the PSHS Girls Curling
Team who won the Region 3 Championship in Stayner Feb. 4th, 2018.
They will be competing in the Provincial Gore Mutual
Curling Championship Feb. 15-17, 2018 to be held in Sarnia.
Good luck to
Skip - Maddy Fisher
Vice - Skylar Tranter-Tiffin
Second - Rachel Reevie
Lead - Kate-Lynne Hinksman
Coach - Julie Truscott
A shout-out also goes out to the boys team who lost
7-6 in an extra end in the "B" final at Regionals. Congrats to
them as well for an excellent showing!
Masters Women's Team curled in
Provincials in St. Mary's on Jan. 10 - 14th.
Skip Nanci Beers,
vice Laura Thompson,
second Bev Webb and
finished with a 2-5 record.
A respectable showing for their first time at a
The Georgian Bay Ladies' Open was on Nov. 17-19,
2017. Photos will soon be available.
On November 17th to 19th, 2017 the Club was
pleased to host 24 teams in the 40th annual
Georgian Bay Ladies Open. It was a weekend of
great curling and lots of fun partying to
the theme of Georgian Bay Rocks!
Canada Brokerlink, sponsor of the 1st event was
won by the local team of Joanne Gill, Rebecca
Cutler, Cheri Sidon and Wendy Schroeder. It was
a great game against Parry Sound's Julie
The 2nd event, sponsored by McNabb Home Building
Centre was won by another Parry Sound team, Kana
Upton, Bev Webb, Shari Phillis and Robin
Galbraith. They were victorious over the Nancy
Raynor team from Bracebridge.
Parry Sound Marine, sponsor of the 3rd event was
won by the Parry Sound team of Sandra
Villeneuve, Lisa Moore, Pam Nelson and Audrey
Milligan rink. They took the win from the Nan
Cleator rink from Bracebridge.
The 4th event winners, sponsored by Ritchie
Insurance were Sandy Gardiner, Lori West, Sarah
Randall and Kerry Venturelli from Bracebridge.
They won over the Alicia Shody rink from
The bonspiel wouldn't have been successful
without our generous sponsors and many
volunteers. Thank you and see you all at the
41st event next November.
The 30,000 Island Invitational Spiel was on Jan. 11-13, 2018.
PSCC hosted the 63rd 30,000
Island Men’s Invitational Bonspiel on Jan 11th, 12th
and 13th, 2018. A total of 20 teams participated, 20
local teams and 20 out of town teams. As per tradition, the Home
teams home-hosted their counterparts on Thursday night following
the first games.
Friendships were renewed and some great
and sometimes not great curling ensued for the next 2 days.
Home town Team Logan took top honours
winning the overall Championship over Team Bob Armstrong from
Ingersoll. It took a draw to button with Hugh’s last shot in the
8th end to cement the win!
The championship team was skipped by Hugh
Logan with Vice Marc Dunnill, 2nd John Patterson,
Lead Bill Webster and 5th Tim Graves.
The 2nd Event was won by Marc
Townes team from Elmvale over Ron Marshall Team from Parry
The 3rd Event was won by Team
Vautier from Huntsville over Team Burgess skipped by Steve Smith
from Parry Sound.
The 4th Event was won by the
Steve Holmes rink over the 2017 Champions Dan Hill team in an
all Parry Sound Event.
Many thanks to our sponsors and all the
Volunteers who made this a successful Event.
Wrap-up / News:
night men's champions:
Marshall, Liam Thompson, Tyler Marshall and Adam Walker
Tuesday night men's champions:
Paul Milligan, Alain Bourgeois & Jason
Cutler (Missing: Scott Marshall)
Men's closing bonspiel champions:
Scott Jennings, Alain Bourgeois, Jason
Cutler & Paul Milligan
The Year-end Volunteer
Appreciation and Closing Dinner:
Several awards were handed out at
the closing dinner.
First was the Joyce Baskey Junior
Curling Volunteer Award. This year's recipient was Rachel
Reevie. Congratulations to Rachel, pictured below
receiving the award from Dennis Baskey.
Second was the Service and
Commitment Award which was given to the Elementary coaches who
have been the driving force in our junior curling program for
many years now - Trudie Johnson, Deanna Jackson and Laura
And lastly, the volunteer of the
year award was given to Nanci Beers. Al cited her work on
scoring, scheduling and keeping the website up-to-date for many
years as the reason behind her receiving this honour.
Joyce Baskey Award
Deanna Jackson, Dennis Baskey,
Rachel Reevie (recipient)
& Donna Genereux
President Al and recipients of the
Service & Commitment Award -
Trudie Johnson, Deanna Jackson &
Volunteer of the Year Nanci Beers
and President Al Bourgeois
The skins tournament was held on Monday April 3rd and on
Wednesday April 5th. The teams competing were - Scott
Jennings, Julie Truscott, Steve Holmes, Nanci Beers, Bob
Gilman and Ron Marshall. Steve and Nanci tied the draw
to the button with 11" from the pin earning them both $50.
The order of finish was as listed above for the skins
portion. thanks to the PSCC and Constable Towing for
sponsoring this event!
And from Youth Curling:
St Peters finished 3rd at the 2017 Elementary School Championship. The
game was super exciting as they won in an extra end with a
Congratulations to coach Christine and the team from St.
Peter's. For all results from the Bonspiel - see the
Club Championship 2017
The draw is available
CC Draw 2017
Your new Club
Paul Milligan, Al Bourgeois (skip), Liam
(filling in for Scott Jennings) and Jason Cutler
Scott Collison (Bob G.), Steve Smith, Adam
(Mark D.) and skip Jim Cox
Click on a thumbnail below to expand the picture.
Chris Heikoop, Vickie Heikoop, Lorrie Kerr and Skip Doug Kerr
Donna Genereux, Laura Thompson (Lorrie), Mackenzie Taylor (Vickie) and skip Nanci Beers
2nd Event Winners
Jeff Betts, Amy Betts, Sue Shadd and skip Bruce Shadd
2nd Event Runners-up
Randy Orr, Phyllis Harris, Trudy Orr and skip Scott Jennings
3rd Event Winners
Ron Gill, Tyler Marshall (stepping in for Bun Adams), Phil Lewkoski and Scott Somerset
3rd Event Runners-up
Erin Walker, Laurie Robinson, Bob Gilman and Cec Barks
Teams competing this
Scores and standings
are available on the Standings page. Click on the
following link or use the sidebar.
For photos from the 2016 Georgian Bay Ladies' Open, the 30,000
Island Spiel and the Family and Friends Spiel click on the
Candid Shots and Winners
First Aid Kits:
Jr. Curling purchased 2 new
First Aid Kits for the club.
They are stored in the downstairs kitchen.
If members need to use the kit,
could they please return tools like scissors.
See the calendar page for
News 2015-16 Season:
The Joyce Baskey Junior
Curling Volunteer Award recipient for 2015-16:
Mayede received the Joyce Baskey Junior Curling
Volunteer Award from Dennis Baskey.
Matthew supported and mentored junior curlers and
contributed countless volunteer hours at the Parry
Sound Curling Club.
curling season highlights:
Club Championship and
- April 2, 2016:
The Volunteer of the Year
for 2015-2016 is
Marian McIsaac was
honoured and given an Honorary Lifetime Membership
The teams listed to the right
played in the Club Championship this year:
Club Championship Draw
CC Draw 2016.pdf
last season at our club:
Friends and Family Spiel
Champions of the 2016 Friends and
Rachelle and Al Bourgeois, Jen DeLatt
and skip Shelley Van Erp
Runners-up in the Main Event 2016
Friends & Family Spiel
Allan & Nanci Beers, Mike & Pat Jarzembecki
champs from 2015)
One of our Parry Sound curlers -
Terri Weeks is doing very well in University curling. See
the news report below about the Brock Badgers and Terri!
The Brock University men's and women's
curling teams competed at the 2016 OUA Curling Championships
hosted by the Guelph Curling Club.
The Brock women's lineup, consisting of
Shelby Bailey, posted
an overall record of 7-2 to take home the OUA silver medal. The
women placed first in Pool play with a 6-1 record with wins over
Ryerson (6-2), Lakehead (8-5),
Algoma (13-3), Waterloo (7-6), Laurentian (8-2), Queen's (5-4).
Their lone pool play loss came against the Guelph Gryphons, 5-2.
In the semi-finals, the Badgers rebounded and knocked off the
Gryphons 7-1, to make it a Brock vs Laurier Gold Medal Final for
the second straight year. In the final, Brock led 4-3 after six
ends, but it was the top ranked Golden
Hawks closing out the match with three points for the 6-4
The Men's Annual
30,000 Island Invitational Bonspiel.
The 30,000 Island Bonspiel wrapped up their final day of the
bonspiel on Sunday, January 10th. A great time was had by
all! For photos from the spiel - go to Photo
Note: Photos from the Georgian Bay
Ladies' Open are now also available on the Photo Galleries
page. Sorry for the delay!
on the link below to see Stephen Colbert's take on the broom
controversy on the Late Show. It is hilarious!
Congratulations to all of our PSCC
curlers who made it to the Provincial championships this season. Our Senior mixed team finished 2nd in the entire province! Way to go team Jennings!
Tyler and Mackenzie Marshall finished 4th
in Ontario curling with Emma Clendenan of Port Carling!
Liam Thompson's team had some close losses
and finished with a 2-5 record!
Fantastic job everyone! We are very proud
PSCC Senior Mixed team:
Scott Jennings, Debbie Iezzi,
Joanne Gill and Al Bourgeois
PSCC Bantam Mixed team:
Laura Thompson (coach), Adam
Walker (second), skip Liam Thompson.
Kate Lynne Hinksman (lead),
Maddison Fisher (vice)
PSCC Bantam mixed curlers:
Emma Clendenan (skip),
Grace Lloyd (second), and
Mackenzie Marshall (lead)
Final Record - 5-2
Finished 2nd in the province
Final Record - 2-5
Final Record - 4-3
Finished 4th in the province
Here is the link to the Senior Mixed
And the link to the Bantam Mixed scoreboards:
The Club championship 2015:
Congratulations to our new club champions!
Kari Barks, Cec Barks,
skip Laurie Robinson and Erin Walker
Teams that played in the Club Championship:
It was a very good year for the
women's teams in the Club Championship. Laurie Robinson's team defeated
Julie Truscott's team in the Main Event final to become the 2015 Club
Champions. Congratulations to both women's teams!
the consolation final it was April McNamara (Gill's Wed. night team) who
defeated Ron Marshall in a very close game. April's last run-back
take-out was the game winner. What a fantastic shot!
Both the second and third events were tied after 8 ends - and in a
shoot-out for each, both skips put rocks on the button or very close to
it. How exciting to watch!
Winner of the second event was Cody MacDonald's Thursday night team
defeating Bob Gilman (Scott Somerset's Thursday night team).
The third event was won by Jason Cutler (Al Bourgois' Tuesday night
team) over Bruce Shadd's Monday night team.
Congratulations to all of the competitors and the winners and
runners-up in each event. Well done all!
||From top left:
Andrea Tranter-Tiffin, Wendy
Shroeder, April McNamara and Melissa Hube
2nd Event winners:
Steve Smith, Scott Collison and
3rd Event winners:
Paul Milligan, Ron Gill and Jason
Cutler (missing Scott Marshall)
Main Event runners-up:
Julie Truscott, Audrey Milligan
and Tracey Sitts
Second Event runners-up:
Bruce Tiffin, Robin Dyck, Fred
Loosemore and Bob Gilman
Volunteer of the year award
Service and Commitment award
winner Ray Pavlove
Congratulations to Bob and Ray
Bob won his award for the time
and effort he puts into taking all of those wonderful photos at
(Note: I had to do a crop of him
from a previous photo as he could not take his own photo)
Ray won his award for all of the
things he has done for the club, Timbits and junior curling in
general. Also for his work this past season on the 2-4
Supporting our Troops Bonspiel.
Parry Sound High School Curling:
The Parry Sound High School girls curling
team of Nicole Heikoop, Ashlyn Simpson, Arden Milligan and Elizabeth
Edington travelled to OFSAA March 9-12 in Trenton/Brighton and Stirling.
They won all four games in their round robin play going 4-0. In the
quarter finals they played Walkerton Secondary School and won 8-4.
Although they were unsuccessful in the semi finals and finals, they
finished fourth in the Province and represented the school and club very
well. An amazing accomplishment by the team- congratulations!
Pictured wearing their antique bronze
medals: Julie Truscott (coach), Elizabeth Edington, Arden Milligan,
Ashlyn Simpson and skip Nicole Heikoop.
|For further news regarding
our young curlers, see the Youth Curling Page.
Friends and Family Spiel 2015:
Winners of the Friends and
Family Spiel 2015
and Pat Jarzembecki, Nanci
and Allan Beers
(The Johnston girls and
Tiffin, River, Cassidy
Missing - Skylar
to the photo gallery page and click
on the link for some photos from the
Friends and Family Spiel 2015.
Harry Duncan Spiel 2015:
Winners of the Harry
Duncan Spiel 2015
Brad Russell and
Jeff Betts, Amy
Betts, Bruce Shadd
Truscott (filling in for Sue Shadd)
Click on the
following link for candid photos from the bonspiel
Please check our
archives for additional information about past curling seasons
Sound Curling Club
For the wrap-ups from 2009-14 click on
one of the following links:
Sound Curling Club Wrap-up of 2013-14
Parry Sound Curling Club Wrap-up 2012-13
Parry Sound Curling Club Wrap-up 2011-12
Parry Sound Curling Club News Wrap-up 2010-11
Parry Sound Curling Club Wrap-up 2009-10