Girls Curling is a competitive interscholastic sport played during the winter season. The season begins in late October and ends in March.
Girls curling is a varsity sport consisting of competitors from all grades 9-12. You can be taught how to curl !!! We are always looking for young athletes that are willing to dedicate themselves to learning the sport of curling. Practices are Monday and Wednesday after school at the Niagara Falls Curling Club. Please contact Mrs. Rodgers if you are interested.
The 2015 & 2016 school seasons have produced some of the best results in the history of Myer Girls Curling. The Myer Girls Curling Team is currently one of the best high school teams in the Province of Ontario. The 2015 Girls team consisting of MacKenzie Kiemele, Katie Ford, Jacquelyn Spadzinski and Bryanna McCabe proved their dominance by capturing the 2015 Ontario Schoolgirl Curling Championships. The 2015 team graduated one curler but added another grade 9 competitive curler to it's roster in 2016. The team consisting of Mackenzie Kiemele, Katie Ford, Megan Ford and Jacquelyn Spadzinski went on to capture an OFSAA Girls Silver Medal in North Bay in 2016. The 2017 season looks very promising once again. Three curlers from the previous year return for the 2017 season. The girls' team welcomes any student who wishes to undertake the challenge of learning the sport of curling, leading to future participation on the girls competitive varsity team.
Mrs. Patty Rodgers - head coach