PG Curler and Team Scotties-Bound After Win in Quesnel

By Jesse McGowan
February 4, 2019 - 6:23pm

Quesnel, the gracious host of both the Men's and Women's 2019 BC Curling Championships over this past week. It was the first time ever that the men and women competed for the provincial title in the same building, and over the weekend, champions were crowned.

Jim Cotter and his team of Vernon and Kelowna curlers took the mens title, and on the women's side, a team with some Prince George talent on it.

Jen Rusnell and Team Wark out of the Fraser Valley went up against Kamloop's Corryn Brown and company, where a few big throws would help lead Team Wark to their eventual championship toss. Wark's team went 6-1 through their round robin draws and took the final 7-4 to book a trip to the 2019 Scotties Tournament of Hearts. They'll represent BC at the national championship, which goes February 16th to 24th in Syndey, Nova Scotia.

 

 

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