Kamloopsians Karla Thompson and Amanda Guido were part of a team that won the AMJ Campbell B.C. Mixed Curling Championship on the weekend in Kelowna.
Team Robillard, which includes Lower Mainland-based skip Sebastian Robillard, third Thompson, second Nathan Small of the West Kootenays and lead Guido, earned a 6-4 victory over Lower Mainland-based Matthew McCrady on Sunday in the title tilt.
Robillard posted a 3-1 record in round-robin action and knocked off Chris Baier 10-5 in a playoff draw to nail down A2 qualifier status, but fell 7-3 to McCrady in the 1 vs. 2 Page playoff game.
A 9-3 victory over Miles Craig in semifinal action vaulted Guido, Thompson and co. into the championship game.
Thompson is a two-time B.C. Scotties champion and Guido has one provincial women’s crown on her resume.