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Duo earn bronze medals

Westman’s Ashley Batt and Melvin Gensiorek won bronze medals Thursday at the Special Olympics Canada Summer Games in Vancouver.

The pair, along with Jason Brisebois and Steve Klassen scored 655 points in the Division 2 team 10-pin bowling event to place third. Rhonda Hartlen, who’s also from Westman, was on another Manitoba 10-pin bowling team that finished sixth in the Division 3 competition.

Westman athletes are also competing in 5-pin bowling, golf, soccer and softball at nationals, which continues today and Saturday on the West Coast.

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Here’s the list of Westman athletes suiting up for Team Manitoba at the Special Olympics Canada Summer Games in Vancouver:

Softball:

Arthur Haggstrom

Barry Mulligan

Blaine Smithson

Christa Kostiuk

Daryn Thomson

James Almas

Jason Norminton

Jeffrey Gardiner

Richard Marks

Rick LaRoque

Robert Long

Rodney Long

Stephen Campbell

Trent Gussie

Samuel Allingham

10-pin bowling:

Ashley Batt

Melvin Gensiorek

Rhonda Hartlen

5-pin bowling:

Dwayne Petch

Keith Jacobson

Laurie Goodon

Lucy Cassells

Golf:

Danny Peaslee

Tammy Lumax

Soccer:

Darla Cunningham

Drake Peaslee

Harvey Chambers

Krystyn Bell

Quita Hodgson

Shannon Bauche

Wayne Bauche

Sharon Haggstrom

Loris Desmarais

Danny Tasker

Republished from the Brandon Sun print edition July 11, 2014

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Westman’s Ashley Batt and Melvin Gensiorek won bronze medals Thursday at the Special Olympics Canada Summer Games in Vancouver.

The pair, along with Jason Brisebois and Steve Klassen scored 655 points in the Division 2 team 10-pin bowling event to place third. Rhonda Hartlen, who’s also from Westman, was on another Manitoba 10-pin bowling team that finished sixth in the Division 3 competition.

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Westman’s Ashley Batt and Melvin Gensiorek won bronze medals Thursday at the Special Olympics Canada Summer Games in Vancouver.

The pair, along with Jason Brisebois and Steve Klassen scored 655 points in the Division 2 team 10-pin bowling event to place third. Rhonda Hartlen, who’s also from Westman, was on another Manitoba 10-pin bowling team that finished sixth in the Division 3 competition.

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