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33rd National Western Team Event, 2014, Final Results

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First place and the overall winner of the tournament in the black division was B.C. One, Captained by Paul Bilderback.  Top pic; Paul on extreme right.


First place in the red division was the Alberta Grizzlies, Captained by Jack Sell, extreme left. The Grizzlies took overall second place in the tournament.  

The 33rd Annual National Western Team Tournament concluded on Saturday.  The banquet was a great success with 454 guest in attendance.  The social hours music was provided by Curtis Knox, Singer and Musician. Many of the shufflers were dancing and having a great time.  The dinner consisted of three main entrees, as well as potatoes, vegetables, salad and a variety of desserts.  After dinner the guests were entertained by noneIMG_3860 Sylvia & Dan Smith (2) other the Dan “the man” Smith and the Chip and Dip Dancers,  a.k.a. Sylvia Smith, Ruth and Dave Maas.  Dan’s stories had all the participants laughing.  After Dan’s presentation…

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33rd Annual National Western Team Tournament! Day 3 Report.

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013The results of the third day of the Western Tournament are:  The B.C. One team, captained by Paul Bilderback, remains the leader in the black division.  The Arizona Scorpions,  captained by Gene Denny, are in second place, and the Arizona Rattlers,  captained by the Western Shuffleboard Association President, Scott Davenport, are in third place.  B.C. One has been in first since day one.  In the red division, the Alberta Grizzlies, captained by Jack Sell, have taken over the lead after a slow start.  The Washington Huskies, captained by Chuck Crouse, are in second place, and the Colorado Rockies, captained by Carol Dunn, are currently in third place.  

The weather for the tournament has been really great.  It has been in the low to mid 70’s (Fahrenheit) for the first three days, however, yesterday we did experience some wind problems.  All-in-all the tournament is going very well and all the shufflers seem to be enjoying the competition.   

The picture…

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