Over $13,000 in cash was up for grabs at the annual Doug Bothamley Memorial Open last weekend. Photo: Tyler Harper

Dean Horning wins Doug Bothamley Cash Spiel

The Castlegar rink finished first out of 20 teams at the annual event

Castlegar’s Dean Horning made sure his rink had some spending cash for the holidays.

Horning won the annual Doug Bothamley Memorial Open Cash Spiel on Sunday at the Nelson Curling Centre. His team took home $1,900 to beat out 19 other rinks over three days of competition.

Brent Pihowich was the top Nelson skip in fifth place with $1,000. Over $13,000 in cash prizes were handed out.



tyler.harper@nelsonstar.com

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