Follow the 5 & Under action….

Follow the MoPac 5 & Under action April 21-22, at the Granite Curling Club in Seattle on:Bonspieler for Live scoring, and Twitter for up to date news.

18 teams will battle it out and get a chance to play on their own level for the first time in MoPac history. We have added skills clinics to send everyone home with a bit more knowledge than when they arrived. We hope to expand this event and to be able to nurture our future members to reach competitive levels.

International Tankard 2012

This past weekend, March 23-25, the International Tankard celebrated its 50th year anniversary at the Granite Curling Club, Seattle.  MoPac is invited to this annual event by the Washington state curling association. This year MoPac selected the following for their contributions to the sport of curling.

Patrick Julian
Evergreen Curling Club
Arnie Iwnick
Evergreen Curling Club
David Rittenhouse
Boise Curling Club
Erik de Vreeze
Orange County Curling Club
 

4 team spots left….

The first annual 5 and Under MoPac tournament has only two(as of March 27th) more team spots left. This event will also feature on and off ice skills classes, to improve our new regional curlers. If you have never attended a bonspiel, this will be a great time to try it. Don’t have a team? We will attempt to place you. If you have never curled on dedicated ice, then this is a must! More info

5 and under MoPac tournament

MoPac will be hosting it’s first ever ‘5 and Under’ bonspiel on April 21-22, 2012 at Granite Curling Club in Seattle!
This bonspiel is for individual curlers in our region with five or fewer total years experience. There will be ‘On’ and/or ‘Off-ice’ workshop/clinic(s) offered to those who want to improve their skills.

Mixed Nationals Play Downs February 3-5, 2012 at Garanite Curling Club

Follow the MoPac Mixed Nationals at the Granite Curling Club in Seattle February 3-5, 2012. This year we have 7 teams playing down and only one team advances to the final 10 in Portage, WI on March 17-24, 2012.

Follow the action Here

Due to a lack of entries within the At‐Large Region (NE/C/TX/KS) there was one open spot created. This goes to the region with the most entries. The Mountain‐Pacific
(MoPac) Region and the Great Lakes (GLCA) Region were tied with seven
entries each. Looking back at the previous year’s entries, the MoPac Region
had only six team entries while the GLCA Region had nine. The extra berth
to the Nationals goes to the GLCA Region.