Results: MacKenzie Finals

Results: MacKenzie Finals

Wauwatosa Curling Club
MacKenzie Finals
Congrats to the Carlson rink!

Finals held February 19, 2020

The Ryan Carlson rink, including Joe Matel, Oscar Koebel, and Andrew Mentel (including 'rent a second' Josh Bobinski) emerged victorious over the John Dunlop rink, including Dave Brown, Thom Kieffer, and Ken Nash in a very entertaining MacKenzie final. After both rinks finished off their semi-final games in < 8 ends, they partook in an epic duel for the championship.

Congratulations as well to the other two playoff-qualifying rinks for a great season: Hipke (Torgerson, Masloroff, Hipke, Hipke) and Gronland (Platek, Porath, Karaouzas) for providing the 'appetizer' matches prior to the final.

Special 'Thanks' goes out to:

  • Chez' Vigil for preparing and serving an excellent feast of pulled pork and slaw
  • Scheuing & crew in the kitchen for cleaning up, helping serve, etc
  • Kent Baumgart for kicking in some extra dough for the additional pizzas ordered to satisfy additional cravings
  • All the people who joined us for some good curling. After covering costs for the provisions, we will be donating ~$175 to the Men's Invitational raffle!

Good curling!

Tim Torgerson
2019-2020 MacKenzie Event Chair

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The Wauwatosa Curling Club played its first game in 1921 in a shed that was part of Stickney Field Club on Stickney Avenue, just south of where Wauwatosa's City Hall now stands. In 1925 the shed was moved to what is now Hart Park and play continued there until 1941, when the Club began in its current location, the Muellner Building.

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