Annual MoPac 5 & Under will be held at Granite Curling Club in Seattle from April 20th to April 22nd .
Registration will open on Monday, December 11th at noon PST and will close at the end of the day on December 24th. Please let your club members know so they can get ready to register their team!
As in the past, the first two teams registered (time stamped) from each MoPac club will be confirmed. All other teams will be placed on the wait list. The plan is to have 24 teams but we reserve the right to add additional teams.
Fee: $280 per team to be paid after confirmation.
Come out and support Evergreen CC junior curlers at our 2nd Annual Pancake Breakfast fundraiser from 9am to 11am on Saturday, October 21, 2017. Enjoy pancakes, sausages, juice and coffee.
At 9:30am we will also hold a learn-to-curl class for kids (grades 5 through 12). Our coaches will teach the basics of the sport, and then the kids will play a short game finishing at 11am. No registration necessary for the class, just sign up when you arrive. Kids expecting to curl should wear layers of loose, stretchy clothing and bring a pair of clean sneakers.
All donations received will go to the Evergreen CC youth curling program to help pay for equipment, uniforms and travel scholarships.Read More
Last week (March 7-12, 2017) six Evergreen CC junior curlers competed at the inaugural USA Curling U18 National Championships at Milwaukee CC in Cedarburg, WI. The Whirlies (Lily Irvin, Maya Horten, Clara Mays and Elsa Naimo) and Team Morley (Casey Morley, Marty Hill, Asa Bensaid of SFBACC and Nelson Rogers of SFBACC) represented MoPac in the girls and boys divisions respectively. Each division was split into two pools of 6 teams with full round-robin play within each pool over the course of Thursday, Friday and Saturday.
Both teams finished 1-4 in their pools. Team Morley won a very tight, well-played game over Minnesota (Charlie Thompson) and forced eventual pool champion Washington (Luc Violette) to make a difficult triple takeout in the 8th end to win. The Whirlies defeated Minnesota (Anya Normandeau), and were only narrowly defeated in three other pool-play games. They took the Wisconsin junior champions (Andie McDonald) to extra ends in an amazing, closely-contested Saturday morning game that had all coaches and spectators biting their nails.
The boys division was eventually won by a strong Wisconsin team skipped by Mike Elwing, and the girls division was won by an outstanding Minnesota team that included USCA High-Performance Program… Read More