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Be a part of club history!
Be a part of club history!
Founded in 1961, the Granite Curling Club (GCC) of Seattle is home to curlers of all abilities, including more national champions than any other club in the USA.
The "regular season" is October through March each year, and the "spring season" with reduced activities is April through June; there is no curling in July and August. During the regular and spring seasons, there are many Leagues, Bonspiels (competitions), and Open Houses. You're welcome to come out and participate, compete, or just watch the action.
Registration for spring leagues is now closed. There may still be room in Spring Thursday Morning league. If you are interested in this league, please email email@example.com to inquire about any possible openings. All other spring leagues are set and not accepting additional registrations. You can, however, still register to sub via our online registration system.
Update: Registration for spring leagues is now closed. There may be availability in Spring Thursday Morning league. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org to inquire.
Spring leagues are starting on April 10! Please register by Monday April 3 to allow league managers enough time to form teams. Registrations received after that date may not be accepted. This year, the following leagues are available:
February 17, 2017
What happened in the previous two weeks:
Greg Schatzman, Aaron Thompson, Chris Sherry, and John Maino won the Washington State Men's Club championship yesterday - and go on to the National Championships in Fairbanks March 3-11.
Most of the games were close. Two had extra ends of which, alas, the Grant team came out on the short end both times.
There were no entries for the Women's competition.
Thanks to Joel Russ for serving as chief umpire and to all the other officials. Thanks to Joe, Severin, and Dave for the great ice.
Lyle Sieg, Tom Violette, Steve Lundeen, and Ken Trask took third at the Senior Men's National Championships. World Champion in 2015, they had hoped to have another shot. Nadyne Krienke, Karen Brattesani, Elizabeth Johnson, and Dani Thibodeaux finished with a 2-2 record in the Senior Women's.
In the Mixed Doubles Qualifier, Derrick McLean and partner Alex Carlson Qualified from the A event. Cristin Clark and Matt Birklid qualified from the C.
(STEVENS POINT, Wis.) – It was a patient and methodical strategy that clinched the junior national title for Andrew Stopera’s team this afternoon as the 2017 USA Curling Junior National Championships came to a close at the Fargo-Moorhead Curling Club in Fargo, N.D.