Taylor Reese-Hanson, Cherie Seppala, Paula Almeida, Sussi Reese Hanson and Dorit Lindner. (Photo supplied)

Champion curler takes on Kitimat ladies golfers

Taylor Reese-Hansen was in Kitimat for a visit

Kitimat’s curling champ Taylor Reese-Hansen of Team Reese-Hansen took part in the ladies golf competition on Saturday, May 25.

Taylor, who was one of this year’s finalists for the Sport BC 53rd Annual Athlete of the Year Awards, skipped Camosun College’s women’s curling team and led them to the college’s first ever women’s curling medal, a silver, at the 2018 CCAA Curling Championship.

The award was won by volleyball player Mikayla Wagner from Vancouver Island University.

Taylor was visiting Kitimat and joined 48 of Kitimat’s lady golfers played the back nine at Hirsch Creek Golf and Winter Club.

Winners by flight were:

A Flight;

1st low gross – Ann Maher – 41 (from Terrace)

1st low net – Nancy Tormene – 29

B Flight;

1st low gross -Susan Dobbin – 53

1st low net – Gwen Sewell – 36

Closest to the pin were Charlotte Nicholson and Fatima Reynolds, and long drive winners were Michelle McMenamon and Eduarda Wiebe.

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