After what I'm calling the season of learning I have a lot of positive things to say about my curling experience this year. The reason I'm calling it the season of learning is because my team never really got the out comes we were wanting; however, we worked really hard putting in a lot of hours to over come the unseen obstacle of having no home ice until January. It was a season of bonding between the new players, and coach and it was a blast. I learned something every time I stepped on the ice this year from the tiniest little technical thing to how to lose gracefully to how to win like a pro. Some of the highlights that come to my mind when I think of my year is being ranked third in my position at the under twenty-one provincials, learning all kinds of new skills and information from our new coach Rick Fewster, and the amazing experiences I got to share with my three best friends. I would like to thank all of our team sponsors, the volunteers from all the events we attended, and of course the team parents who continually support us.
End of 2014-15 Season
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My name is Alyssa Connell. I'm a competitive curler from Prince George, British Columbia.