Lone Star Open Bonspiel
Our Bonspiel ended on Sunday May 28th.
The A Event Champions were team Sticks and Stones with skip Steve Walton, third Buck Krawczyk, second Peter Eckert and lead Tisha Woods. They beat the team Doremus with skip Chris Doremus, third Nathan Doremus, second Steve Vaughn and lead Anthony Doremus.
The B Event Champions were team The Tribe with skip Nick Myers, third Ryan Metcalf, second Grant Morris and lead Steve Owen. They beat team We Will Rock You with skip Landon Russell, third Mike Brandow, second Jim Velchoff and lead Stephen Strathdee.
The C Event Champions were team The House Keepers with skip Ken Poklitar, third Dennis Dunn, second Ben Kozlovsky and lead Kelly Kozlovsky. They beat team Sooners with skip Jeffrey Milne, third Casey Cascio, second Matthew Ramsey and lead Edward Thorn.
The D Event Champions were team team Curler Me Badd with skip Matt Claxton, third Heather Claxton, second Chris Alt and lead Nick Alt. They beat team Strength’s Our Weakness with skip Karl Strength, third Caitlin Hogan, second Sarah Matthews and lead Chris Matthews.
We thank everyone who attended and everyone who helped volunteer to make this bonspiel the fun we all had. And of course we thank all our sponsors and those businesses that donated goods to us! And of course we thank four time Olympian Debbie McCormick who joined us for the bonspiel!
Thanks to our gold and silver sponsors. Click to see all sponsors. We thank you all!
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Lone Star Curling Club
Want to Curl?
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You will need to be a member of the Lone Star Curling Club to join a league. You can always contact our membership director, Kelly Kozlovsky for more information.
Ready to Learn about Curling?
During the 2010 Winter Olympics, television viewers watched more curling than any other sport. Why is curling so popular? Because it’s fun, competitive, challenging and anyone can do it. The Lone Star Curling Club invites you to come visit us on anytime we are curling.
We welcome anyone who wants to learn more about curling and encourage you to contact our club to find out more about this great sport. Regardless of age, whether you’re 16 or 86, curling is for everyone and previous curling experience is not required in order to participate. Check out the information on the Learn-To-Curl page including signing up to be notified when we are holding them, or better yet, come see it first hand.
Corporate Team Building Events
We hold corporate events where we teach groups (from 4-40) how to curl. It’s a fun and different team-building activity that will be talked about for a long time afterward. Contact Buck Krawczyk to discuss setting an event up for your group.