Peace Arch Curling Club held its annual Ice Mice Bonspiel last weekend.

Lepine rink wins Ice Mice

A Cloverdale team skipped by Karen Lepine took top spot in the Peace Arch Curling Club's annual Ice Mice ladies bonspiel Sunday.

A Cloverdale team skipped by Karen Lepine took top spot in the Peace Arch Curling Club’s annual Ice Mice ladies bonspiel Sunday.

Lepine’s rink won the bonspiel’s ‘A’ final, with Dianne Gauthier’s Royal City Curling Club (New Westminster) team finishing in second place, and Richmond’s Kelly Thompson and Royal City’s Mo McLeod tying for third.

Lepine is a former B.C. senior women’s and mixed champion.

In the B final, a rink skipped by Heather Kerr placed first, followed by three Peace Arch teams, skipped by Marjorie Mooney, Divera Meeres and Crystal Furgala, respectively.

In the C division, a team from the Granite Curling Club of Seattle, skipped by Emily Good, finished atop the standings, followed by two Cloverdale rinks, skipped by Donna Christian and Lori O’Brien, and Marpole’s Laura Rampton.

Next up for the club is the Senators and Ladies bonspiel Oct. 24-27, and a new event, the Masters Men’s Bonspiel, Nov. 4-6.


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