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The Gore Mutual Insurance Company is proud to once again sponsor the Ontario School Curling Championships, the finals being held at the Sarnia Golf & Curling Club in Sarnia, Ontario on February 15-17, 2018. This championship, with its inception in 1948, is the oldest competed for trophy in high school sports in Ontario and the Gore Mutual Insurance Company has been a sponsor since its inception. Eight Boys and Eight Girls high school teams from across Ontario compete at the Provincials for the coveted Gore Trophy and Gore Bowl.

The qualification process begins with the Zone Qualifiers (a double knock-out event) in December/January. The A-side and B-side winners in each of the Zone Qualifiers then advance to the Regional Playdowns (Feb. 3-4, 2018) -- it is from here (another double knock-out event) that the teams competing at the Provincial Championships are selected. The registration fee covers all levels of competition. For those teams qualifying for the Provincials, accomodations are provided by the host committee.

The event is a school tournament. The competition is open to all male and female students enrolled full-time in the year of competition. They must be in regular attendance, be making satisfactory academic progress and meet all OFSAA eligibility requirements with the only exception being that all members of the team must be of the same gender. You are encouraged to enter your high school team(s) -- there is no limit to the number of teams that may participate from a school.

The Ontario School Curling Championship events compliment the OFSAA Championships, allowing curlers further opportunity to compete, develop their skills, make new friends and represent their schools.

Good Curling and hope to see you at the Gores.

Carlos Gregorio
Chair, Ontario School Curling Championship Committee


  • HISTORY

HISTORY OF THE EVENT


1940 First Schoolboy bonspiel held in Winnipeg; chaired by Ken Watson
1947 First all-prairie provinces bonspiel held in Regina
1948 Ontario Curling Association (OCA) establishes a committee, chaired by Robert Sutherland of Guelph, to present a plan for Schoolboy Curling in Ontario.
The first Ontario Schoolboy bonspiel (32 entries) is held in Guelph with Imperial Oil and the Gore Mutual Insurance Company donating trophies
1948-1950 ESSO (Imperial Oil) Trophy awarded to the Championship winner
1949-1971 Gore Trophy awarded to the Third Event Winner
1950 Sixty-four teams participate in the Schoolboy bonspiel hosted by the Guelph and Galt Curling Clubs
1951-1971 ESSO Trophy awarded to the Second Event Winner
1951 First Ontario rink competes in the National Championship held in Quebec City with Empire Life Insurance Company as sponsor
1952 OCA adopted school curling as part of its program.
Eight divisional winners meet in a straight knock-out competition with the winner advancing to the Dominion Finals
1952-1954 Crawford Plaque awarded to the Second Event winner
1952-1956 Empire Life Trophy awarded to the Champion team
1953 Ontario Champions from Oshawa Collegiate & Technical Institute win Canadian Finals in Saskatoon, SK
1955-1972 Meisterschraft Trophy to the Fourth Event winner
1957-1978 Pepsi-Cola Trophy awarded to the Championship team
1957 Ontario Champions from Kingston Collegiate & Vocational Institute win Canadian Finals in Winnipeg, Manitoba
1958 All 10 provinces represented at the Dominion Finals; Pepsi-Cola the new sponsor
1968 Ontario Champions from Trenton High School win Canadian Finals in Port Arthur (Thunder Bay), Ontario
1972-1978 Gore Trophy awarded to the Second Event winner. OCA Award given to the Consolation winner
1973 Provincial Finals adopts a double knock-out format.
Ontario Champions from Gananoque Secondary School win Canadian Finals in Moncton, New Brunswick.
Gananoque SS is the only school to have won the Provincial Championships for three consecutive years.
1978 Last year that Pepsi-Cola sponsored Ontario Provincial Championship.
Last year the Ontario Schoolboy Champion represented the province at the Canadian Finals in P.E.I.
as the Pepsi OCA Juniors competition starts the following year and the Nationals cease to exist.
1979 Gore Mutual Insurance Company becomes the sole sponsor of Ontario School Curling Championships.
The Gore Trophy is awarded to the Schoolboy Championship team and the Gore Shield awarded to the Schoolboy Second Event Winner.
1979-1990 The Gore Award is awarded to the Third Event winner
1991 Playoff format altered to have the 8 regional finalists seeded into 2 pools.
A 3 game round-robin determined the four finalists to play a modified double-knockout to determine the Provincial Champion and Second Event winner
1998 Introduction of the Ontario Schoolgirl Curling Championship with the Gore Mutual Insurance Company as sponsor.
The Gore Bowl is awarded to the Schoolgirl Championship team and the Gore Crystal awarded to the Schoolgirl Second Event winner.



  • HISTORY OF THE EVENT & PAST CHAMPIONS

PAST SCHOOLBOY CHAMPIONS


SCHOOL CITY SKIP VICE SECOND LEAD
2016 Richview Collegiate Institute Etobicoke Matt Garner Brendan Holowczak Russell Stouffer Sean Wylie
2015 Central Huron Secondary School Clinton Ethan Doig Adam Vincent Sam Steep Alex Vincent
2014 Central Huron Secondary School Clinton Ethan Doig Adam Vincent Sam Steep Alex Vincent
2013 Sir Winston Churchill Secondary School St. Catharines Ben Hughes Gregor Sayliss Ben Sayliss Bryan Freve
2012 All Saints Catholic High School Kanata Alex Cormier Jordie Lyon-Hatcher Tylor Lyon-Hatcher Cole Lyon-Hatcher
2011 London Central Secondary School London Richard Krell Aaron Chapman Blake Nichols Wil Francolini
SCHOOL CITY SKIP VICE SECOND LEAD
2010 Mother Teresa Catholic Secondary School London David Easter Nathan Gonsalves Curtis Easter Matt Arcese
2009 Haliburton Highlands Secondary School Haliburton Connor Duhaime Curtis Nichol Jesse Walker Owen Duhaime
2008 Etobicoke Collegiate Institute Etobicoke Robert Wright Mathew Swain Trevor Smith Kyle Mills
2007> Kitchener-Waterloo Collegiate and Vocational School Kitchener Andrew Flemming Michael Flemming Dave Mathers Dave Durant
2006 Carleton Place High School Carleton Place Bowie Abbis-Mills Ben McIntyre Codey Patterson Pat Latulippe
2005 Sir Oliver Mowat Collegiate Institute Toronto Tim March Patrick Janssen Stephen Mathews Grame Arnauld
2004 St. Thomas Aquinas Catholic Secondary School London Scott McDonald Brodie Tarvit Michael McDonald Jared Collie
2003 Owen Sound Collegiate and Vocational Institute Owen Sound Derek Abbotts Mitchell Gillespie Brett Abbotts Greg McArthur
2002 Northern Collegiate and Vocational Institute Sarnia Mark Bice Rob Pruliere Mark Bresee Greg McLeod
2001 John F. Ross Collegiate and Vocational Institute Guelph Gavin Nochomovitz Pat Livingstone Mike Hull Brian Lawson
SCHOOL CITY SKIP VICE SECOND LEAD
2000 Northern Collegiate and Vocational Institute
Sarnia Steve Bice Steve White Ryan Bell Mark Archambeault
1999 John F. Ross Collegiate and Vocational Institute
Guelph Gavin Nochomovitz Pat Livinstone Mike Hull Brian Lawson
1998 Lambton Central Collegiate and Vocational Institute
Lambton Jason Young Trevor Clark Chris Horseman Jeff Young
1997 Seaway District High School
Iroquois Joshua Adams Michael Brunt Travis Thompson David Millard
1996 Renfrew Collegiate Institute
Renfrew Damien Villard Matt St. Louis Jamie Kluke Mark Griese
1995 Don Mills Collegiate Institute
Don Mills Greg Balsdon Chris Ritter Andy Kwong Mark Simpson
1994 Bradford District High School
Bradford Dale Matchett Jeff Ostien Derek Lindner Duane Lindner
1993 Sutton District High School
Sutton Patrick Ferris Bryan Johnson Kelly Tamburand Cory Kaiser
1992 Guelph Collegiate and Vocational Institute
Guelph Adam Spencer Greg Robinson Jeff Robinson Nolan Sims
1991 Smith Falls District Collegiate Institute
Smith Falls Joseph Frans Daniel Frans Rob Orr Gordon McTaggert
SCHOOL CITY SKIP VICE SECOND LEAD
1990 Ridgemont High School
Ottawa Dave Murphy Steve Hambrook Kevin Semeniuk Derek Vollrath
1989 Thornlea Secondary School
Thornhill Steve Small Dave Beaumont Peter Beaumont Steve Groves
1988 Newmarket High School Newmarket Robert Carter Greg Downer Darren McIlwrath Jeff Perrin
1987 Fellows High School Pembroke Scott Patterson Phil Loevenmark Shawn Patterson Scott Henneberry
1986 St. Patrick's High School Stephen Corey Mark Gross David Corey Paul Tremblay
1985 Lorne Park Secondary School
Mississauga Hugh Murphy Jimmy Gurowka Jeff Hill Dave Minns
1984 Applewood Heights Secondary School
Mississauga Gary Campbell Derek Cox Alan Cox Todd McGill
1983 Walkerton District Secondary School
Walkerton Andy Patterson Scott McGregor Mike Bell Ron Hill
1982 Victoria Park Secondary School
North York Eric Fletcher Shawn Everrst Brian Luther Steve Johns
1981 Renfrew Collegiate Institute
Renfrew Peter Mickus Matt MacDonald Dave Frank Dan Dedo
SCHOOL CITY SKIP VICE SECOND LEAD
1980 Smith Falls District Collegiate Institute Smith Falls Roger Bel Peter McKinnon Todd Stanzel Dale Dixon
1979 A.N. Myer Secondary School
Niagara Falls Rob Larmour Bruno Di Gioacchino Craig Reed Dennis Bosco
1978 John Diefenbaker Secondary School
Hanover Daryl Shane Terry McCannell Bred Lantz Gary Deeves
1977 Uxbridge Secondary School
Uxbridge Barry Acton Greg Timbers Mike Taylor Jeffrey Harmon
1976 Victoria Park Secondary School
North York Ken Pearce Cliff Phillips Bob Cooper Gary Keith
1975 Westminster Secondary School
London David Velanoff Larry Velanoff Geoff Hollands Brian Parsons
1974 Centennial Secondary School
Brampton Peter File Tim Morrison Alan Galloway John Lindsay
1973 Gananoque Secondary School
Went on to win the Canadian Nationals
Second school to win Prov. title 3 years in a row
Gananoque Mark McDonald Lloyd Emmerson Philip Tomsett John Clare
1972 Gananoque Secondary School
Gananoque Mark McDonald Rick Fair Bill Fletcher Randy Neal
1971 Gananoque Secondary School
Gananoque Mark McDonald Rick Fair Bill Fletcher Randy Neal
SCHOOL CITY SKIP VICE SECOND LEAD
1970 John F. Ross Collegiate and Vocational Institute
Guelph Fred Osburn Ian Robinson Bob MacGregor Rob Sinclair
1969 Renfrew Collegiate Institute Renfrew I. Scott D. Lamourie A. Fraser G. Cox
1968 Trenton High School
Went on to win the Canadian Nationals
Trenton William Hope Bruce Lord Brian Domney Dennis Gardiner
1967 Uxbridge Secondary School
Uxbridge Barry Acton Greg Timbers Mike Taylor Jeffrey Harmon
1966 Kingston Collegiate and Vocational Institute
Kingston Mike Boyd Bill Stevenson Jack Hamilton Chris Boon
1965 Don Mills Collegiate Institute
Don Mills Paul Savage Jim Hollingshead Marcel Smolinski Bruce Morrison
1964 Owen Sound Collegiate and Vocational Institute
Owen Sound John Harris Peter Whitehall Jim McGill Doug McNeill
1963 West Hill Secondary School Owen Sound Jerry Blair Wes Cutbush Bill Lowe Newton Fair
1962 Banting Memorial High School
Alliston Wally Smith Wayne Hughes Ralph Hampton Clark Brooks
1961 Kitchener-Waterloo Collegiate and Vocational School
Kitchener Rob Bobby John Auger John Williams Brian Schnarr
SCHOOL CITY SKIP VICE SECOND LEAD
1960 Kingston Collegiate and Vocational Institute Kingston Robert Estall Garry Dover Bert McCallum Dennis O'Connor
1959 Parry Sound High School Parry Sound Irvine Wallace Douglas Mortson Kenneth Gilchrist Robert Holmes
1958 Welland High and Vocational School Welland Gordon Stibbards Laurie Stibbards George Morrissey Bob Dolishny
1957 Kingston Collegiate and Vocational Institute
Went on to win the Canadian Nationals
Kingston Ian Johnson Peter Galsworthy David Robinson Mike Jackson
1956 Sarnia Collegiate Institute and Technical School
1st school to win Prov. title three years in a row
Sarnia Bill Fraser Ed Fraser Ken Fleet Bruce Fleet
1955 Sarnia Collegiate Institute and Technical School Sarnia Bill Fraser Ed Fraser Ken Fleet Bruce Fleet
1954 Sarnia Collegiate Institute and Technical School Sarnia Bill Fraser Carl Modery Ed Fraser Rod Brown
1953 Oshawa Collegiate and Technical Institute
Went on to win the Canadian Nationals
Oshawa Bob Walker Duncan Brodie Clare Peacock George MacGregor
1952 Lindsay Collegiate Institute Lindsay Jack Mosley J. Ward Hugh Lightbody Bud Martin
1951 Westdale Secondary School Hamilton Mike Cassels John Murray John Mitchell Russ Fitzhenry
1950 Sault Ste. Marie Collegiate Institute Sault Ste. Marie G. Sagle B. Mason F. Edwards C. Watt
1949 Sault Ste. Marie Collegiate Institute Sault Ste. Marie G. Sagle B. Mason F. Edwards C. Watt
1948 Orillia District Collegiate and Vocational School Orillia Harvie Robinson Lionel Hinds John Beaumont Robert McLelland


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PAST SCHOOLGIRL CHAMPIONS


SCHOOL CITY SKIP VICE SECOND LEAD
2016 Haliburton Highlands Secondary School Haliburton Alyssa Denyer Tori Hawley Alanna Casper Emily Parrish
2015 A.N. Myer Secondary School Niagara Falls Mackenzie Kiemele Katie Ford Jacquelyn Spadzinski Bryanna McCabe
2014 Highland Secondary School Dundas Emily Lloyd Lindsay Geerkins Danielle Hudson Emily King
2013 Perth and District Collegiate Institute Perth Hailey Armstrong Lindsay Bell Audrey Wilson Danika Thompson-LePage
2012 Patrick Fogarty Catholic Sec. School Orillia Amy Heitzner Taylor Ley Samm Goldsmith Emily Hierons
2011 Patrick Fogarty Catholic Sec. School Orillia Amy Heitzner Taylor Ley Samm Goldsmith Emily Hierons
SCHOOL CITY SKIP VICE SECOND LEAD
2010 Grimsby Secondary School Grimsby Avery Thomas Jordan Brandwood Mackenzie Thomas Jamie Greenlees
2009 Grimsby Secondary School Grimsby Avery Thomas Jordan Brandwood Mackenzie Thomas Jamie Greenlees
2008 St. Mary's High School Woodstock Rachelle Vink Amy Brown Amanda Gregorio Madison Brown
2007 St. Mary Catholic High School Brockville Jenna Harrington Denise Donovan Brigitte Lawrence Shannon Harrington
2006 Notre Dame Catholic High School Carleton Place Celeste Butler-Rohland Megan Regimbald Nicole Butler-Rohland Tracy Regimbald
2005 Ancaster High School Ancaster Adrienne Blonski Shannon Swire Lisa Irvine Shannon Edmonson
2004 Guelph Collegiate and Vocational Institute Guelph Kayle Hammell Courtney Hodgson Laura Reed Amanda Dennis
2003 Carleton Place High School Carleton Place Jessica Constantin Laura Guetta Danielle Miller Lindsay Flatters
2002 I. E. Weldon Secondary School Lindsay Lisa Cully Julie Cully Mary Beth Callaghan Carla Callaghan
2001 Saugeen Secondary School Port Elgin Kate Hamer Mary Pushalik Kate Hyde Sarah Martin
SCHOOL CITY SKIP VICE SECOND LEAD
2000 Saugeen Secondary School Port Elgin Alison Mather Sarah Martin Kate Hamer Mary Pushalik
1999 A.N.Myer Secondary School Niagara Falls Cheryl Scott
Amy Mackay Michelle Demers Tiffany Karner
1998 Bradford District High School Bradford Heather Pettit Carrie Lindner Trisha Bourgeois Jessica Feltkamp

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  • RULES
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  • 2015-2016 ZONE WINNERS

COMPETITION RULES

PLAYER/TEAM ELIGIBILITY

  1. This competition is open to all male or female students who are certified by their principal as being enrolled in a full-time program in the year of the competition. They must be in regular attendance, making satisfactory academic progress and meet all OFSAA eligibility requirements.

  2. Subsequent to the above ruling, the student must be in full-time attendance at the time of Competition --for example, a student may have been eligible to compete in the Zone playdowns yet, because the student is no longer in full-time attendance at the participating school when the Regional playdown is held, the student is no longer considered eligible to play. For semestered schools, the last day of Semester 1 (not including weekends) shall be used in determining eligibility for Regional playdowns.

  3. The event does not accept Co-ed Entries -- competitions are only for Boys’ Teams or Girls’ Teams.

  4. Schools may enter more than one team. Each secondary school team shall consist of curlers from one (1) school only. Each school is entitled to enter and shall play in the Zone area as designated by the Ontario School Curling Committee (OSCC). The Zone areas are similar to those of the former Zones of the Ontario Curling Association (OCA). Click here for a zone map. NOTE: Zone 1 includes all schools in the Upper Canada Area excluding schools in Carleton Place and Almonte. Zone 2 includes all schools in the City of Ottawa East of Hwy 416. Zone 3 includes all schools in Renfrew County, Almonte, Carleton Place, West Carleton, Kanata, Bells Corners, Richmond and Stittsville.

  5. The team must be accompanied throughout the competition by a member of the school staff or an adult designated by the principal of the school. The coach need not have the same level of certification as required in other OCA competitions nor do players need to sign waivers.

COMPETITION FORMAT AND ADVANCEMENT

  1. Teams entering this competition shall meet in a zone playdown which, dependent upon the number of teams entering, shall be double knock-out with the "A" and "B" winners advancing.

  2. The thirty-two (32) winners of the zone playdowns shall meet in four (4) Regional playdowns which shall be of a double knock-out format. Each region shall declare two (2) winners and the eight (8) winners shall then proceed to the Provincial finals where a two (2) pool event shall take place.

  3. There are two (2) event winners with the SchoolGirl winner receiving the Gore Bowl and the Gore Mutual SchoolGirl banner with the second event winner receiving the Gore Crystal. For the SchoolBoys, the winner receives the Gore Trophy and Gore Mutual SchoolBoy banner while the second event winner receives the Gore Shield.

  4. Teams must have at least 3 of the original players in order to advance to the next level of competition. In instances where a school fields more than one team and one of the teams is knocked out of the competition early, no player from the knocked out team shall substitute in for any team still in contention during the same level of competition.

  5. Teams may use alternates at the Zone and Regional playdowns provided they meet the player eligibility rules outlined above. One alternate per team is permitted. If a team uses an alternate, then that player becomes eligible as one of the three 'original players' advancing to the next level.

  6. Teams may only take four team members to the Provincial finals. No alternates are allowed at the Provincial finals. Teams must choose from a pool of curlers, provided by the Host Club at the Provincial finals, if they need a substitute.

  7. Should the team qualify for the Provincials, the team must accept the billets provided. The entire team will be billetted in the same home. If the team does not accept the billets, then they will forfeit their right to participate at Provincials, and a replacement team will be chosen to take their place. Billets have all had the necessary police checks done (including vulnerability sector check) and billeting is a unique aspect of the event.


RULES OF DEPORTMENT

  1. Coaches should be reminded that they are responsible for the on & off ice behaviour of their teams. Inappropriate behaviour will not be tolerated at any time during competition. (e.g. – slamming brushes in anger, willful damage to facilities, offensive &/or disrespectful language, and perceived slow play)

  2. In the event of inappropriate behaviour during competition, the umpire &/or coaches shall stop the game immediately & call a “Fair Play” Time-Out. On 1st offense, a warning shall be given by the umpire who shall then discuss the impact & possible consequences of inappropriate behaviour on the player & team. On 2nd offense the player will be sent to the bench for the remainder of the game, but is allowed to start the next game. On 3rd offense the player is removed from the competition and may face further playing sanctions.

  3. No electrical devices are allowed on ice – e.g. –cell phones, Ipods, Blackberries, etc. Tablets, however, may be used as a coaching tool during time-outs provided that sound is muted.

  4. At no time are hair brooms permitted on the ice. We do not mandate that players use the WCF approved brush heads. Players must, however, sweep with their own broom -- players will not be permitted to switch sweeping devices. Players must use the same broom head for the duration of the game unless permission is given by the umpire

  5. Team members should wear similar uniforms -- this is encouraged at the Provincial finals. At no time are competitors permitted to wear any kind of alcohol or tobacco advertising on their on-ice curling attire.

  6. The consumption or use of alcoholic beverages, banned drugs and anabolic drugs by any player at any time during a competition is strictly prohibited. At the zone, region and provincial levels, this rule shall extend from the entire first day to the entire final day of play. This rule shall be administered on a no tolerance basis.

  7. In the event of violation of the above rule, the offender will be suspended immediately for the balance of the competition and, depending on the circumstances of the violation may face such further suspension or disciplinary action as the Executive Committee of the Ontario Curling Association shall determine. The offender, shall have a right of appeal in accordance with procedures set forth under Disciplinary Measures as shown under Special Rules in the CCA Rules Handbook.

  8. Smoking by a player or coach anywhere in the curling facility at any time is strictly prohibited. Penalty: The official-in-charge may suspend the player or coach from the game in which the violation took place, any future games and/or the competition.

  9. Any occurrences such as #5 or #7 in this section shall be documented & forwarded to the OSCCC Chair.

SUPPLEMENTAL RULES

  1. No coach, parent or other individual shall instruct, direct or interfere in any game at any time.

  2. Each Schoolboy/Schoolgirl Team must be entered by their School coach/representative.

  3. Late entries will only be accepted, at the convener’s discretion, if there is room in their own zone.

  4. Withdrawn Teams -- Teams that withdraw within 7 days of the competition will not receive a refund.

  5. Adverse weather conditions will be dealt with if the situation arises, with the intention of acting in the best interests of the majority.

AGREEMENT

    • Participating students and their coach agree to abide by such additional rules as may be deemed necessary by the OSCC, OCA, or by the host committee of the Provincial finals. The team is participating as a representative of their school.

    • By entering the competition, each player thereby agrees to act in accordance with and be bound by the rules and policies of the the OSCCC, and where applicable, the Canadian Curling Association and, if the player wins the right to do so, to compete in successive levels of the competition except where prevented by unforeseen or unavoidable circumstances.

2017-18 ZONE DATES & LOCATIONS


The Zone areas are similar to those of the Ontario Curling Association (OCA). Click here for a zone map. NOTE: Zone 1 includes all schools in the Upper Canada Area excluding schools in Carleton Place and Almonte. Zone 2 includes all schools in the City of Ottawa East of Hwy 416. Zone 3 includes all schools in Renfrew County, Almonte, Carleton Place, West Carleton, Kanata, Bells Corners, Richmond and Stittsville.

LOCATION EVENT DATE CLOSING DATE CONVENOR E-MAIL PHONE #
Zone 1 Winchester Curling Club Dec. 7-8, 2017/td> Nov. 28, 2017 Bill Ferrier gorezone1@gmail.com 613-264-6120
Zone 2 Carleton Place Curling Club Dec. 8-9, 2017 Nov. 28, 2017 Paul Raymond pauldraymond@gmail.com 613-291-5038
Zone 3 Carleton Place Curling Club Dec. 8-9, 2017 Nov. 28, 2017 Paul Raymond pauldraymond@gmail.com 613-291-5038
Zone 4 Garrison Curling Club Dec. 9-10, 2017 Nov. 28, 2017 Margaret Williams mparkes@ymail.com 613-572-3801
Zone 5 Peterborough Curling Club Dec. 1-2, 2017 Nov. 21, 2017 Enzo Tarantino enzotarantino1@gmail.com 705-742-6214
Zone 6 Oshawa Curling Club Dec. 19-20, 2017 Dec. 8, 2017 Jennifer Langford jalangfo4@gmail.com 905-434-6882
Zone 7 Leaside Curling Club Dec. 8-9, 2017 Nov. 28, 2017 Steve Hawkshaw steve.hawkshaw@sympatico.ca/td> 647-233-4208
Zone 8 Weston Golf & Curling Club Dec. 8 and 11, 2017 Nov. 28, 2017 Junho Song junho.song@tcdsb.org 416-844-5225
Zone 9 Alliston/Orangeville Curling Clubs Dec. 6-7, 2017 Nov. 24, 2017 Bob Dargavel (boys)
Brad Budd (girls)
dargavel_5@rogers.com
brbudd99@gmail.com
519-941-9594 (boys)
519-215-6663 (girls)
Zone 10 Coldwater Curling Club Dec. 1-2, 2017 Nov. 20, 2017 Tom & Bonnie Glover btglover@rogers.com 905-722-0180
Zone 11 Allenford Curling Club Jan. 10, 2018 Dec. 22, 2017 Wayne Lee caraway@bmts.com 519-376-4183
Zone 12 Guelph Curling Club Dec. 8 and 12, 2017 Nov. 28, 2017 Dan Lawson daniel.lawson@rogers.com 519-763-4342
Zone 13 Welland Curling Club Dec. 2-3, 2017 Nov. 21, 2017 Gwyn Jackson wildeat.thefalls@sympatico.ca 905-351-7184
Zone 14 Seaforth Curling Club Jan. 14, 2018 Dec. 22, 2017 Rob Petteplace wkrdp@rogers.com 519-657-3830
Zone 15 Woodstock Curling Centre Dec. 2-3, 2017 Nov. 24, 2017 Carlos Gregorio susanandcarlos@sympatico.ca 519-421-1367
Zone 16 Kingsville Curling Club Jan. 13-14, 2017 Dec. 22, 2017 Tony Braithwaite tony@kingsvillecurling.com 519-733-6797

2016-2017 ZONE ENTRIES


Check back in mid-November for the 2017-18 season as teams begin to register

ZONE 1 ZONE 2 ZONE 3 ZONE 4
Region 1 BOYS

Vankleek Hill Collegiate Institute
Glengarry District High School
Gananoque Secondary School


Ecole Secondaire Publique Gisele-Lalonde
Sir Wilfred Laurier Secondary School
John McRae Secondary School
St. Pius X High School
Ashbury College


Carleton Place High School
Fellowes High School

Napanee District Secondary School
St. Theresa Catholic Secondary School
Loyalist Collegiate & Vocational Institute
Region 1 GIRLS

Perth & District High School
St. John Catholic High School
Vankleek Hill Collegiate Institute
South Grenville District High School
Glengarry District High School


St. Pius X High School
John McRae Secondary School
Ecole Secondaire Publique Gisele-Lalonde


All Saints Catholic High School
Fellowes High School
St. Theresa Catholic Secondary School

ZONE 5 ZONE 6 ZONE 7 ZONE 8
Region 2 BOYS

Haliburton Highlands Secondary School
Fenelon Falls Secondary School


Bill Crothers Secondary School
Markham District High School


Lawrence Park Collegiate Institute
Marc Garneau Collegiate Institute
North Toronto Collegiate Institute


Bishop Allen Academy
St. Martins Secondary School -- Team A
Richview Collegiate Institute
Humberside Collegiate Institute

Region 2 GIRLS

Haliburton Highlands SS -- Team A
Haliburton Highlands SS -- Team B
I.E. Weldon Secondary School


Ajax High School
Bill Crothers Secondary School
O'Neill Collegiate & Vocational Institute

Lawrence Park Collegiate Institute -- Team A
Lawrence Park Collegiate Institute -- Team B
Lawrence Park Collegiate Institute -- Team C
Loretto Abbey Catholic High School

Bishop Allen Academy
St. Martins Secondary School -- Team A
St. Martins Secondary School -- Team B
Richview Collegiate Institute -- Team A
Richview Collegiate Institute -- Team B
Etobicoke Collegiate Institute
Humberside Collegiate Institute


ZONE 9 ZONE 10 ZONE 11 ZONE 12
Region 3 BOYS

Westside Secondary School
Orangeville District Secondary School


Bradford District High School
Eastview Secondary School
Parry Sound High School -- Team A
Parry Sound High School -- Team B
St. Joan of Arc Catholic High School
Georgian Bay District Secondary School
Twin Lakes Secondary School
Nantyr Shores Secondary School
Elmvale District High School


Saugeen District Secondary School
Chelsey District Community School

Bischop Macdonell High School
Centennial Collegiate & VI -- Team 1
Centennial Collegiate & VI -- Team 2
Centennial Collegiate & VI -- Team 3
Guelph Collegiate & VI
Kitchener-Waterloo Collegiate Institute
Our Lady of Lourdes Catholic High School
Sir John A MacDonald Secondary School
Grand River Collegiate
Waterloo Collegiate Institute -- Team 1
Waterloo Collegiate Institute -- Team 2
Region 3 GIRLS

Georgetown District High School
Mayfield Secondary School
Orangeville District Secondary School
David Suzuki Secondary School


Parry Sound High School
St. Joan of Arc Catholic High School
St. Theresa's Catholic High School
Nantyr Shores Secondary School
Elmvale District High School

Grey Highlands Secondary School
Saugeen District Secondary School
Owen Sound District Secondary School
Chelsey District Community School

Centennial Collegiate & Vocational Institute
Guelph Collegiate & VocationaI Institute -- Team 1
Guelph Collegiate & VocationaI Institute -- Team 2
Kitchener-Waterloo Collegiate Institute
Our Lady of Lourdes Catholic High School
St. Benedict's Catholic Secondary School


ZONE 13 ZONE 14 ZONE 15 ZONE 16
Region 4 BOYS
A.N. Myer Secondary School
Westlane Secondary School
E.L. Crossley Secondary School -- Team A
E.L. Crossley Secondary School -- Team B
Ecole Secondaire Catholique Jean Vanier
Westmount Secondary School
St. Francis Catholic Secondary School

Medway High School
St. Anne's Catholic Secondary School
South-Huron District High School
Brantford Collegiate Institute
North Park Collegiate Institute
East Elgin Secondary School -- Team A
Glendale High School
Woodstock Collegiate Institute
Paris District High School
Huron Park Secondary School
Chatham-Kent Secondary School -- Team 1
Chatham-Kent Secondary School -- Team 2
Vincent Massey Secondary School
Belle River High School
Ursuline College
St. Patrick's High School
Region 4 GIRLS
A.N. Myer Secondary School
E.L. Crossley Secondary School -- Team A
E.L. Crossley Secondary School -- Team B
E.L. Crossley Secondary School -- Team C
Ecole Secondaire Catholique Jean Vanier
Westmount Secondary School
East Elgin Secondary School
Woodstock Collegiate Institute
Paris District High School
Vincent Massey Secondary School
Chatham-Kent Secondary School -- Team 1
Chatham-Kent Secondary School -- Team 2
Belle River High School
Kingsville District High School

2016-2017 REGIONAL FINALISTS


Zone Winners are updated throughout December and January. First team listed is the A-side winner. Region draw schedules may be accessed by selecting the appropriate link.

ZONE 1 ZONE 2 ZONE 3 ZONE 4
Region 1 BOYS

2016-7 LOCATION
TBD
Feb. 3-4, 2018


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St. George's Golf & Country Club
Feb. 3-4, 2018


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St. George's Golf & Country Club
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Stayner Granite Club
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Stayner Granite Club
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Ilderton Curling Club
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Ilderton Curling Club
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YOU MADE IT TO THE PROVINCIALS!!!


On behalf of the Ontario School Curling Committee, the Gore Mutual Insurance Company as well as the Sarnia Golf & Curling Club and our Organizing Committee, we would like to welcome everyone and extend our congratulations to you on becoming a Provincial Finalist at the Gore Mutual High School Curling Championships, February 15-17, 2018. We are anxiously awaiting your arrival at the Provincial Championships in Sarnia and will do everything in our power to make your stay enjoyable and memorable.

Coaches are asked to select the Coach's Checklist for forms requiring your immediate attention. Forms must be submitted before February 8th.

Rooms have been blocked off for coaches at the Comfort Inn located at 815 Mara St. in Point Edward, ON. The hotel is less than a five minute walk from the curling rink. Coaches are asked to contact Carlos Gregorio immediately -- 2thegores@gorecurling.com -- to finalize your accomodations.

Parents and guests travelling to the Provincial Championships are asked to select the hotel link in the margin to make their own reservations. Please indicate that you are a spectator at the Gore Provincial Championships and you will be afforded the special rate. For parents and friends that cannot make the trip to the Provincials, you may follow the progress of your team via the schedule and results thumbnails. We will be providing live scoring.

The Sarnia Golf & Curling Club is proud to host the 2017-2018 Gore Mutual Ontario High School Curling Championships.

Craig Reid -- Chair



  • 2015-2016 PROVINCIAL FINALISTS
  • COACH'S CHECKLIST
  • COMPETITION SCHEDULE
  • RESULTS AND STANDINGS
  • EVENT MERCHANDISE
  • FOR PARENTS

The following teams qualified for the Provincial Finals from a field of 130 schools

POOL A

VANKLEEK HILL COLLEGIATE INSTITUTE (Vankleek Hill)
Skip: Cassandra Allen
Vice: Meghan Courtemanche
2nd: Caitlin Allen
Lead: Natasha Fortin

Coach: Dan Tremblay
VANKLEEK HILL COLLEGIATE INSTITUTE (Vankleek Hill)
  • Skip: Cassandra Allen
    Vice: Meghan Courtemanche
    2nd: Caitlin Allen
    Lead: Natasha Fortin

    Coach: Dan Tremblay

  • Skip: Cameron Laroque
    Vice: Frederic Parisien
    2nd: Todd Zilhmann
    Lead: Justin Vandergoten
    Alt:
    Coach: Mike Sulley
  • Skip: Jessica Byers
    Vice: MacKenzie Tidey
    2nd: Destiny Wilson-Wells
    Lead: Lena Haase
    Alt:
    Coach: Hugh Nichol

  • Skip: Emerson Steffler
    Vice: Ben Minor
    2nd: Timothy Mark
    Lead: Cameron Mark

    Coach: Chris Stewart

  • Skip: Kelly Middaugh
    Vice: Morgan Lock
    2nd: Emily Middaugh
    Lead: Camryn Vajda

    Coach: Rosemary Lafrance

  • Skip: Codie Harris
    Vice: Ben Harbridge
    2nd: Matthew Murphy
    Lead: Jonathan Brunato
    Alt:
    Coach: Kathleen Gorsline

  • Lead: Jessica Zheng
    2nd: Megan Ford
    Vice: Katie Ford
    Skip: Mackenzie Kiemele

    Coach: Patty Rodgers

  • Lead: Andrew Cramp
    2nd: Dan Sawchuk
    Vice: Bryce Morgan
    Skip: Eric Egan

    Coach: Mike Egan

POOL B

ST. JOHN'S CATHOLIC HIGH SCHOOL (North Burgess)
Skip: Mikayla Gemmill
Vice: Emma Jeffs
2nd: Kathleen Adrain
Lead: Emma Kealy
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Coach: Mike Gemmill
ST. JOHN'S CATHOLIC HIGH SCHOOL (North Burgess)
  • Skip: Mikayla Gemmill
    Vice: Emma Jeffs
    2nd: Kathleen Adrain
    Lead: Emma Kealy
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    Coach: Mike Gemmill

  • Skip: Bilal Islam
    Vice: Kaamraan Islam
    2nd: Nathaniel de Groote
    Lead: Joel de Groote
    Alt:
    Coach: Sabena Islam

  • Skip: Michaela Robert
    Vice: Laura Carter
    2nd: Michelle Pham
    Lead: Katherine Walsh
    Alt: Kayla Dlugos
    Coach: Junho Song


  • Skip: Matthew Garner
    Vice: Brandon Holowczak
    2nd: Russell Stouffer
    Lead: Sean Wylie
    Alt:
    Coach: Deb Haden-Reeves

  • Skip: Madison Fisher
    Vice: Skylar Tranter-Tiffin
    2nd: Rachel Reevie
    Lead: Kate-Lynne Hinskman
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    Coach: Chris Weeks

  • Skip: Ashton Cascagnette
    Vice: Scott Iangridge
    2nd: Callum Cascangette
    Lead: Trevor Fiegehen
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    Coach: Stephen Campbell

  • Skip: Kimberly Cummings
    Vice: Jayna Wrightson
    2nd: Sierra Gillies
    Lead: Morgan Gillies

    Coach: Peter Gumalak

  • Coach: Brian Garcia
    Alt: Brady Smith
    Lead: Jacob Linington
    2nd: Ethan Allwood
    Vice: Austin Snyder
    Skip: Jacob Allwood
    Coach: Edwin Knox

Important Information for Coaches

Congratulations are extended to you and your school’s curling team for being one of the finalists in this year’s Ontario School Curling Finals. Eight girls’ teams and eight boys’ teams have qualified from a field of well over 130 throughout Ontario!

There are a few items that require your immediate attention -- please take a moment read this entire page and to address the following:



Completion of these items is time sensitive. If a Team Photo was not taken at the Regions, please send a Team Photo (jpeg or gif format) to Bill Ferrier (gorezone1@gmail.com) for inclusion in the Provincials visitor's programme as well as to Carlos Gregorio for inclusion in the competition's website by February 8, 2017. Please have the team arranged, from left to right, as Skip, Vice, Second, Lead then Coach.

The Team Information and Medical forms need to be submitted to Bill Ferrier by February 8, 2017. This assists us in matching your team with an appropriate host family as well as in meal preparation. The host committee will be providing food for you and your team throughout the duration of your stay. All medical information will be held in the strictest confidence.

The Media Release form requires parental signatures but may be brought with you and submitted at registration. Various media will be present at the Championships, covering the games. It is important that, as their coach, that you obtain parental signatures allowing your team to be photographed.

In addition, we encourage you to draw your team's attention to the Event Merchandise available for purchase. In order to guarantee that the items desired are available, the host committee must receive the order by February 9, 2017. Please send the form to Bill Ferrier.

Also, please draw your team's attention to the Academic and Community Service Award of Excellence. Each year, members of the Ontario School Curling Championship Committee select, from the pool of candidates, a male and female candidate who exhibits the criteria outlined in the award application form. We encourage all finalists to complete this form prior to registration and then submit it to the Host Committee at the time of registration. The form will then be forwarded to the Chair of the OSCC.

Team Registration will take place on the Wednesday -- please check the schedule. Teams should be in their uniforms and ready for pictures at the time of registration. Teams have been divided into two Pools. Check the schedule to determine the time of your Team Meeting and Team Pictures.

Each team must bring only 4 curlers. If it becomes necessary, through illness or injury, a spare will be chosen from a pool of curlers provided by the Host Club.

Billets have been arranged for the team in private homes in the area for Wednesday thru Friday nights (and Tuesday evening if needed). The entire team stays at the same billet. All teams are required to accept the billets. As was mentioned to all teams at the Zone playdowns, if the team does not accept the billets, then they will forfeit their right to participate at Provincials, and a replacement team will be chosen to take their place. Billets have all had the necessary police checks done and billeting is a unique aspect of the event.

Accommodation is provided Wednesday thru Friday night for one coach (a shared room with another coach). If you wish a private room during those nights, and if they are available, you will be responsible for half the cost. If additional rooms are required (ex. for a staff advisor) or if a room is required Tuesday evening, the team is responsible for the cost. Please let us know of your accomodation requirements by February 9 by contacting Carlos Gregorio (519-421-1367) or 2thegores@gorecurling.com).

The coach is also responsible for arranging transportation to Perth. Regardless of whether your school or School Board allows students to drive themselves, no student will be allowed to drive while at this competition. Students given permission to drive to and from the Championships will be asked to park their vehicles at their billets until they depart. Billets will ensure the safe transportation of the team to and from the Host Club.

Each team must be accompanied by a staff representative or person designated by the principal.

Team members are expected to attend and to wear appropriate attire (ex. shirt/tie, no jeans) to the banquet on Friday evening. It is also expected that the team will wear matching uniforms while curling. Teams often exchange memorabilia (school/town/club pins, team photo, etc) with their opposing players during each game.

Each team is guaranteed three eight end games in a two pool round robin competition. There are two event winners – the championship winner and runner-up, and the Consolation winner and runner-up. In addition, All-star teams will be selected based on the round-robin games. Sportsmanship awards and Athletic-academic awards will also be presented at the banquet.

If you have any questions, please contact Carlos Gregorio (519-421-1367) or (2thegores@gorecurling.com). The Ontario School Curling Committee as well as the Host Committee look forward to meeting you at the Championships.

WEDNESDAY SCHEDULE


ARRIVAL

TIME EVENT
2:30 pm
TEAM REGISTRATIONS/PHOTOS -- DRAW 1 TEAMS

DRAW 1

TIME EVENT
3:30 pm
TEAM MEETINGS/PRACTICE -- DRAW 1 TEAMS
4:00 pm
POOL A GIRLS (Region 1B vs Region 2B)
POOL B GIRLS(Region 1A vs Region 2A)
POOL A BOYS (Region 1B vs Region 2B)
Tie Breaking Shootout To Immediately Follow Draw 1

TIME EVENT
5:00 pm
TEAM REGISTRATION/PHOTOS/DINNER REMAINING TEAMS
6:30 PM
DINNER -- DRAW 1 TEAMS
7:30 PM
MEET THE BILLETS -- DRAW 1 & POOL B BOYS

DRAW 2

TIME EVENT
7:30 pm
TEAM MEETINGS/PRACTICE -- DRAW 2 TEAMS
8:00 pm
POOL A GIRLS (Region 3A vs Region 4A)
POOL B GIRLS (Region 3B vs Region 4B)
POOL A BOYS (Region 3A vs Region 4A)
Tie Breaking Shootout To Immediately Follow Draw 1
10:30 pm
MEET THE BILLETS -- DRAW 2 TEAMS


THURSDAY SCHEDULE


DRAW 3

TIME EVENT
10:30 am
TEAM MEETING POOL B BOYS & DRAW 3 PRACTICES
11:00 am
POOL B BOYS (Region 1A vs Region 2A)
POOL B BOYS(Region 3B vs Region 4B
POOL A GIRLS (Region 1B vs Region 3A

TIME EVENT
12:30 pm
LUNCH -- DRAW 4 TEAMS
1:00 pm
LUNCH -- ALL OTHER TEAMS

DRAW 4

TIME EVENT
2:00 PM
PRACTICES -- DRAW 4 TEAMS
2:30 PM
POOL A BOYS (Region 2B vs 4A)
POOL A GIRLS (Region 2B vs 4A)
POOL B GIRLS (Region 1A vs 3B)

TIME EVENT
4:30 pm
DINNER -- DRAW 5 TEAMS
5:00 pm
DINNER -- ALL OTHER TEAMS
6:00 pm
OPENING CEREMONIES

DRAW 5

TIME EVENT
6:40 pm
TEAM PRACTICES -- DRAW 5 TEAMS
7:00 pm
POOL A BOYS (Region 1B vs Region 3A)
POOL B GIRLS (Region 2A vs Region 4B)
POOL B BOYS (Region 1A vs Region 3B)

FRIDAY SCHEDULE


DRAW 6

TIME EVENT
8:30 am
PRACTICES -- DRAW 6 TEAMS
9:00 am
POOL A GIRLS (Region 2B vs Region 3A)
POOL B BOYS(Region 2A vs Region 4B
POOL A BOYS(Region 1B vs Region 4A

TIME EVENT
11:00 am
LUNCH -- DRAW 7 TEAMS
11:30 am
LUNCH -- ALL OTHER TEAMS

DRAW 7

TIME EVENT
12:00 pm
PRACTICES -- DRAW 7 TEAMS
12:30 pm
POOL A GIRLS (Region 1B vs 4A)
POOL A BOYS (Region 2B vs 3A)
POOL B GIRLS (Region 1A vs 4B)

DRAW 8

TIME EVENT
3:30 pm
TEAM PRACTICES -- DRAW 8 TEAMS
4:00 pm
POOL B BOYS (Region 2A vs Region 3B)
POOL B BOYS (Region 1A vs Region 4B)
POOL B GIRLS (Region 2A vs Region 3B)

TIME EVENT
7:00 pm
AWARDS BANQUET
9:00 pm
Tie-breakers (if necessary)
9:30 pm
TEAMS TO BILLETS

CHAMPIONSHIP SATURDAY


SEMI-FINALS

TIME EVENT
8:30 am
TEAM PRACTICES
9:00 am
GIRLS -- 1st POOL A vs 2nd POOL B
GIRLS -- 1st POOL B vs 2nd POOL A
BOYS -- 1st POOL A vs 2nd POOL B
11:30 am
LUNCH

GIRLS FINALS & BOYS SEMI-FINAL 2

TIME EVENT
12:30 pm
TEAM PRACTICES
1:00 pm
GIRLS -- CHAMPIONSHIP GAME
BOYS -- SEMIFINAL (1st POOL B vs 2nd POOL A)
GIRLS -- CONSOLATION FINAL
3:30 pm
PRESENTATION OF GORE BOWL & GORE CRYSTAL

BOYS FINALS

TIME EVENT
4:00 pm
TEAM PRACTICES
4:30 pm
BOYS -- CHAMPIONSHIP GAME
BOYS -- CONSOLATION FINAL
6:30 pm
PRESENTATION OF GORE TROPHY & GORE SHIELD


2016-2017 SCHOOLBOYS & SCHOOLGIRLS PROVINCIAL CHAMPIONSHIPS

NOTE: Once you reach the games page, select PENDING to access games currently underway. If you then click on the VS between the team names, the row will expand to show you the end by end scoring.

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CONGRATULATIONS ON YOUR CHILD QUALIFYING FOR THE PROVINCIALS!!

WE WELCOME YOU TO ATTEND THE EVENT. BELOW YOU SHALL FIND SOME IMPORTANT INFORMATION:

ACCOMODATIONS:
The BEST WESTERN PLUS in Perth has extended to guests attending our Provincials the rate of $129/night subject to room availability. Upon booking your reservation, please let them know that you are guests attending the Provs.

MEALS
Meals (lunch / dinner) are available for purchase at the Curling Club -- we encourage you to support the host facility. Excellent restaurants are available in downtown Perth and you are most welcome to explore these establishments as well.

A limited number of banquet tickets (24) are available for purchase on a first-come first-served basis. Banquet tickets cost $20 each and may be ordered by contacting Bill Ferrier -- gorezone1@gmail.com. You may pick up and pay for your tickets upon arrival. You will be contacted to let you know if you were successful in securing a ticket.

Banquet meal includes:

  • Chicken Breast
  • Mushroom Sauce (on the side)
  • Rice
  • Veggies
  • Ice Cream Bars / Cupcakes
  • Beverage

INFORMATION ON THE TOWN OF PERTH
Interested in finding out what to do during your child's downtime? Perth is a haven for tourists. Visit the Perth Information Centre for more details

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CONGRATULATIONS ON YOUR CHILD QUALIFYING FOR THE PROVINCIALS!!

WE WELCOME YOU TO ATTEND THE EVENT. BELOW YOU SHALL FIND SOME IMPORTANT INFORMATION:

ACCOMODATIONS:
The BEST WESTERN PLUS in Perth has extended to guests attending our Provincials the rate of $129/night subject to room availability. Upon booking your reservation, please let them know that you are guests attending the Provs.

MEALS
Meals (lunch / dinner) are available for purchase at the Curling Club -- we encourage you to support the host facility. Excellent restaurants are available in downtown Perth and you are most welcome to explore these establishments as well.

A limited number of banquet tickets (24) are available for purchase on a first-come first-served basis. Banquet tickets cost $20 each and may be ordered by contacting Bill Ferrier -- gorezone1@gmail.com. You may pick up and pay for your tickets upon arrival. You will be contacted to let you know if you were successful in securing a ticket.

Banquet meal includes:

  • Chicken Breast
  • Mushroom Sauce (on the side)
  • Rice
  • Veggies
  • Ice Cream Bars / Cupcakes
  • Beverage

INFORMATION ON THE TOWN OF PERTH
Interested in finding out what to do during your child's downtime? Perth is a haven for tourists. Visit the Perth Information Centre for more details

2016-2017 PROVINCIAL CHAMPIONS & AWARD WINNERS
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    GORE MUTUAL SCHOOLGIRL PROVINCIAL CHAMPIONS
    A. N. Myer Secondary School (Niagara Falls)

    Lead: Jessia Zheng
    2nd: Megan Ford
    Vice: Katie Ford
    Skip: McKenzie Kiemele

    Coach: Patty Rodgers
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    GORE MUTUAL SCHOOLBOY PROVINCIAL CHAMPIONS
    MARKHAM DISTRICT HIGH SCHOOL (Markham)

    Lead: Cameron Mark
    2nd: Timothy Mark
    Vice: Ben Minor (missing)
    Skip: Emerson Steffler

    Coaches: Glenn Steffler / Chris Stewart
  • StJohnsGirls
    GORE MUTUAL SCHOOLGIRL PROVINCIAL RUNNERS-UP
    ST. JOHN'S CATHOLIC HIGH SCHOOL (Perth)

    Lead: Emma Kealy
    Second: Taylor Trollope
    Vice: Emma Jeffs
    Skip: Mikayla Gemmill

    Coach: Mike Gemmill
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    GORE MUTUAL SCHOOLBOY PROVINCIAL RUNNERS-UP
    E. L. CROSSLEY SECONDARY SCHOOL (Fonthill)

    Lead: Andrew Cramp
    Second: Andrew Learn
    Vice: Bruce Morgan
    Skip: Eric Egan

    Coach: Robert Hughes
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    GORE MUTUAL CRYSTAL WINNERS
    VANKLEEK HILL COLLEGIATE INSTITUTE (Vankleek Hill)

    Lead: Kyla Baranowski
    Second: Emilie Lovitt
    Vice: Caitlin Allen
    Skip: Cassie Allen

    Coach: Kelley Allen
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    GORE MUTUAL SHIELD WINNERS
    RICHVIEW COLLEGIATE INSTITUTE (Etobicoke)

    Lead: Sean Wylie
    Second: Russell Stouffer
    Vice: Brandon Holoczwak
    Skip: Matt Garner

    Coach: Deb Haden-Reeves
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    GORE MUTUAL CRYSTAL RUNNERS-UP
    BISHOP ALLEN ACADEMY (Etobicoke)

    Lead: Katherine Walsh
    Second: Michelle Pham
    Vice: Laura Carter
    Skip: Michaela Robert

    Coach: Junho Song
  • Loyalist
    GORE MUTUAL SHIELD RUNNERS-UP
    LOYALIST COLLEGIATE & VOCATIONAL INSTITUTE (Kingston)


    Lead: Joel DeGroote
    Second: Nate DeGroote
    Vice: Kaanraan Islam
    Skip: Bilal Islamt

    Coach: Sabena Islam
  • Male Sportsman
    KEVIN McARTHUR SPORTSMANSHIP AWARD
    Richview Collegiate Institute (Etobicoke)

    BRANDON HOLOWCZWAK
    Presented by Mr. I. Bubic, Gore Mutual
  • Female Sportsman
    KEVIN McARTHUR SPORTSMANSHIP AWARD
    St. Theresa High School (Midland)

    KELLY MIDDAUGH
    Presented by Mr. I. Bubic, Gore Mutual
  • Academic and Community Award
    GORE MUTUAL ACADEMIC & COMMUNITY SERVICE AWARD OF EXCELLENCE

    BILAL ISLAM
    Loyalist Collegiate & Vocational Institute (Kingston)

    CASSIE ALLEN
    Vankleek Hill Collegiate Institute (Vankleek Hill)

    Presented by Mr. I. Bubic, Gore Mutual
  • Male First Team AllStars
    FIRST TEAM ALL-STARS

    CAMERON MARK (Lead)
    Markham District High School (Markham)

    DAN SAWCHUKE (Second)
    E.L. Crossley Secondary School (Fonthill)

    BRYCE MORGAN (Vice)
    E.L. Crossley Secondary School (Fonthill)

    EMERSON STEFFLER (Skip)
    Markham District High School (Markham)

    Presented by Mr. I. Bubic, Gore Mutual
  • Female First Team AllStars
    FIRST TEAM ALL-STARS

    EMMA KEALY (Lead)
    St. John's Catholic High School (Perth)

    TAYLOR TROLLOPE (Second)
    St. John's Catholic High School (Perth)

    EMMA JEFFS (Vice)
    St. John's Catholic High School (Perth)

    JESSICA BYERS (Skip)
    Haliburton Highlands Secondary School (Haliburton)

    Presented by Mr. I. Bubic, Gore Mutual
  • Male Second Team AllStars
    SECOND TEAM ALL-STARS

    ANDREW CRAMP (Lead)
    E.L. Crossley Secondary School (Fonthill)

    TIMOTHY MARK (Second)
    Markham District High School (Markham)

    BEN MINOR (Vice)
    Markham District High School (Markham)

    ERIC EGAN (Skip)
    E.L. Crossley Secondary School (Fonthill)

    Presented by Mr. I. Bubic, Gore Mutual
  • Female Second Team AllStars
    SECOND TEAM ALL-STARS

    KYLA BARANKOWSKI (Lead)
    Vankleek Hill Collegiate Institute (Vankleek Hill)

    MEGAN FORD (Second)
    A.N. Myer Secondary School (Niagara Falls)

    LAURA CARTER (Vice)
    Bishop Allen Academy (Etobicoke)

    MIKAYLA GEMMILL (Skip)
    St. John's Catholic High School (Perth)

    Presented by Mr. I. Bubic, Gore Mutual

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