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CHAMPIONSHIPS Bemidji rinks sweep U18 Nationals


Bemidji Curling Club hosted the 2018 U18 Na- tional Championships Feb. 22-25 in Bemidji, Minn. Teams skipped by Riley Fenson (Bemidji,


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Minn.) and Leah Yavarow (Bemidji, Minn.) came out on top of the 24-team field and represented the U.S. at the U18 Player’s Championship in Ontario in April, where Yavarow’s team was run- nerup. Yavarow, who also won the title last year, and


teammates Mairin Barrett (Woodbury, Minn.), Abigail Page (Mankato, Minn.), and Damaris Berg (Bemidji, Minn.) went 4-1 in the round robin and got past Wisconsin’s Suzanna Viau rink in the semifinals. Susan Dudt’s team from the Grand National region, which included Re- becca Rodgers (Leyden, Mass.), Anna Cenzalli (East Falmouth, Mass.), and Sydney Mullaney (Concord, Mass.), went undefeated in the round robin as well and defeated Wisconsin’s Samantha Jones in the semifinals to take on Yavarow’s team in the final. Te gold-medal game was close until Yava-


row’s rink scored four points in the fiſth end to fuel their 8-4 victory. Viau (Plover, Wis.), Rachel Kawleski (Stevens Point, Wis.), Ashton Oster- haus (Pardeeville, Wis.), and Elizabeth Rubenzer (Plover, Wis.) went on to win the bronze. Fenson’s team of cousin Graem Fenson (Bemi-


dji, Minn.), Charlie Tompson (Eau Claire, Wis.), and Carson Liapis (Bemidji, Minn.) went 4-1 in the round robin and got past Eli Clawson’s team in the semifinals, 8-2. Defending champion Trevor Marquardt (Poynette, Wis.) advanced to the final aſter sweeping past Andrew McDonald’s team in the semifinals. Marquardt and his team of Ryan Elwing (Brookfield, Wis.), Connor Hipke (Wauwatosa, Wis.), and Coleman Turston (Poynette, Wis.) didn’t have their best output when the gold-medal game came around as Fen- son’s team defeated them, 10-1, to win the event. McDonald (Hudson, Ohio) and his team of


Samuel Strouse (Midland, Mich.), John Burnett (Freeland, Mich.), and Oliver Sah (Broadview Heights, Ohio) went on to win the bronze medal. Ethan Sampson of Team Sampson (Dakota


Territory) was the second recipient of the Gar- land Legacie Spirit of Curling Award, which was presented by Jan Legacie and Jesa Legacie. Q


Winners of the 2018 U18 National Championships were Minnesota’s (back, l-r) Carson Liapis, Charlie Tompson, Graem Fenson, Riley Fenson, (front, l-r) Damaris Berg, Abigail Page, Mairin Barrett, and Leah Yavarow.


Photo by Jeff Tompson of Jeff Tompson Photography for USA Curling


Round robin standings: Girls (regional affiliation) Pool A:


Leah Yavarow (Minnesota)


Abbey Kitchens (Dakota Territory) Emily Holler (Minnesota) Maya Willertz (Great Lakes) Pool B:


Susan Dudt (Grand National) Sara Olson (Minnesota) Suzanna Viau (Wisconsin)


Maya Horten (Mountain Pacific) Claire Blaske (Great Lakes)


Emily Martin (Dakota Territory) 4-1


Katherine Gourianova (Grand National) 3-2 Samantha Jones (Wisconsin)


3-2 3-2 1-4 1-4


5-0 3-2 3-2 2-3 1-4 1-4


Tiebreakers: Viau 7, Olson 1; Jones 7, Kitchens 3 Semifinals: Yavarow 9, Viau 2; Dudt 7, Jones 3 Bronze: Viau 6, Jones 5 Gold: Yavarow 8, Dudt 4


Gold:


Round robin standings: Boys (regional affiliation) Pool A:


Eli Clawson (Grand National) Trevor Marquardt (Wisconsin) Gabriel Koepke (Wisconsin) Kevin Tuma (Minnesota)


Jonathan Gaasvig (Minnesota) Ethan Sampson (Dakota Territory) Pool B:


Andrew McDonald (Great Lakes) Riley Fenson (Minnesota)


Caleb Gartner (Grand National) Ethan Hebert (Grand National) Marty Hill (Mountain Pacific) Conal Murphy (Dakota Territory)


Semifinals: Fenson 8, Clawson 2; Marquardt 5, McDonald 3 Bronze: McDonald 4, Clawson 2 Gold: Fenson 10, Marquardt 1


Bronze: USA Curling (( 13


5-0 4-1 3-2 2-3 1-4 0-5


5-0 4-1 2-3 2-3 2-3 0-5


he second year of USA Curling’s new- est championship event saw two Min- nesota rinks take the trophies as the


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