The Ella Lenentine & Brayden Snow rinks are Headed to Timmins, Ontario

The 2023 PEI U18 Curling Championships wrapped up on Thursday afternoon at the Cornwall Curling Club.

The Ella Lenentine rink, the defending champions, from the Cornwall Curling Club beat Team Easter from the Summerside Curling Club by a score of 6-3.  Team Lenentine went through the event event undefeated.

The Brayden Snow team from the Cornwall and Summerside Curling Clubs beat the defending champion, Isaiah Dalton rink from the Cornwall Curling Club, 7-5, to take the boy’s title.

Team Lenentine and Team Snow will advance to the 2023 Canadian Under-18 Curling Championships, presented by Curling Canada February 6-11, 2023 in Timmons, ON.

The Provincial ASHAM Coach Awards were given to Robbie Lenentine, coach of Team Lenentine and Kyle MacDonald, coach of Team Shaw from the Montague Curling Club (photo of Kyle is not included).

The recipients of the U18 Sportsmanship Awards were given to Makiya Noonan of Team Lenentine and Keegan Warnell of Team Dalton.

End-by-end results will be available at:!/competitions/8030

2023 U18 Girl’s Champions Team Lenentine – Ella Lenentine, Makiya Noonan, Kacey Gauthier, Erika Pater and Robbie Lenentine (coach)

2023 U18 Finalists: Team Easter – (L-R) Madalyn Easter, Reid Hart, Kenna Warnell, Brooke Lewis, Shelley MacFadyen (coach) and Cornwall CC Vice President, Debbie Rhodenhizer

2023 U18 Boy’s Champion, Team Snow – Brayden Snow, Jack MacFadyen, Davis Nicholson, Anderson MacDougall and David MacFadyen (coach)

Provincial ASHAM Coach Award recipient, Robbie Lenentine and Cornwall CC Vice President, Debbie Rhodenhizer

2023 U18 Sportsmanship Award winners: Makiya Noonan and Keegan Warnell with Cornwall CC Vice President Debbie Rhodenhizer (center)

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