While most of the Northwest region focused their attention on a certain football team playing in a game this weekend 3,000 miles from Seattle, a local curling team won a National Championship on their home ice in North Seattle. Jake Vukich (Seattle), Evan McAuley (Sammamish, Wash.), Luc Violette (Granite Falls, Wash.), and Kyle Lorvick (Seattle) won the 2014 US Curling Junior Men's National Championship on Saturday morning at the Granite Curling Club, earning a spot to represent the United States at the World Junior Curling Championship, February 26-March 5 in Flims, Switzerland.
Now you can make reservations for our open houses. Please visit our Open Houses page to book a timeslot for our open houses in January and February 2014. Please make sure your entire group arrives about 15 minutes before your reserved time. No more waiting an hour or more at the club to get on the ice!
Walk-ins are still welcome, but reservations take first priority. We'll fit in any walk-ins as we have space.
Em Good, Jennifer Westhagen, Christie Wilhelmy, Hannah Volkman, and Jill Lamberts defeated Miyo Konno, Kris Ikegami, Claire Bonin, and Jiyoung Lee 3-1 in a best of five series to take the women's state club championship. Joel Larway, Benj Guzman, Peter Sommer, and Chad Siefert took the men's by defeating Doug Kauffman, John Rasmussen, Liam Barksdale, Andrea Callegari, and Bill Rugen in a second playoff game after the three teams played a double round-robin to a three-way tie.
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