Copperhill Lanes hosts provincial tournament

Dan Woycheshen and Emily Sheppard of Copperhill Lanes hosted the Provincial Hawaiian Pick-A-Partner Tournament this past weekend.

Hawaiian Pick-A-Partner Provincial winners are Dan MacCuish and Jennifer Hurry with 287 pins over average. Bowlertime 5 Pin Centre - Kamloops.

Hawaiian Pick-A-Partner Provincial winners are Dan MacCuish and Jennifer Hurry with 287 pins over average. Bowlertime 5 Pin Centre - Kamloops.

House tournaments across B.C., began in December, Zone tournaments held in January, which then  lead up to the Provincial Hawaiian Pick-A-Partner Tournament held in Princeton this past weekend.

Dan Woycheshen and Emily Sheppard of Copperhill Lanes hosted teams of two from Kamloops, Port Coquitlam, Houston, Surrey, Castlegar, Trail and their own local team; Charmaine Aiken and Audrey Blanchette, who placed fifth in the finals.

Tournament winners Dan MacCuish and Jennifer Hurry won a trip for four to Hawaii or $1250 cash each. Second place winners Dale Brush and Michael Cron won $300 and third place winners Arthur Vaz and Scott Hawrelak from Scottsdale Lanes in Surrey were awarded $200.

“Dan and Emily are fantastic hosts,” said Sheilagh Meyers – executive director of Bowl B.C., “they did a great job, it was lots of fun.”

The awards presentations took place at the Princeton Legion following a banquet dinner.

“Thanks to Janis and Derek Winter, Iris Engelsjore, Jean Lindsay and Bernadette Kelleher for the excellent meal,” said Woycheshen, “Thanks to everyone for coming and a special thank you to all of you who helped make the tournament a success.”

 

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