Chase Sinnett

Throws: Right
In Own Words:
Curling is a very important part of my life. My parents both began curling while in college thanks to their friends introducing them, and they passed the sport on to my brother and me. Curling is the only sport I play, and I put a lot of time into it. I curl competitively at the junior level, and I am also playing in the competitive league at my home club, Broomstones.[cr][lf][cr][lf]Out of curling, I am a sophomore at Medfield High School in Massachusetts. I enjoy writing and video games, and I play guitar and violin. I have a younger brother named Brice who is currently thirteen years old. My family’s dog is named Bleu and is currently three years old. I love to travel and enjoy hanging out with my friends. [cr][lf]
Junior Highlights:
2015 GNCC Playdowns - finished third place with Team Sinnett[cr][lf]2014 GNCC Playdowns - finished fourth place with Team J. Kelly[cr][lf]2013 GNCC Playdowns - finished fifth place with Team J. Kelly[cr][lf]First event winner of the 2014 Bantam Bonspiel at Broomstones Curling Club [cr][lf]First event winner of the 2013 Utica Junior Bonspiel at the Utica Curling Club[cr][lf]First event winner of the 2012 Cape Cod Junior Spiel at the Cape Cod Curling Club[cr][lf]Placed fifth at the St. John Junior Cash Spiel in New Brunswick [cr][lf]Rewarded the USWCA junior trophy in 2012 and 2013[cr][lf]Attended the 2014 WhiteCap Curling Camp in Prince Edward Island[cr][lf]Attended the Bucks County Curling Camp two times [cr][lf]Attended the Cape Cod Curling Camp two times[cr][lf]Works as a CIT for the Broomstones Junior Program [cr][lf]

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Patrick McDonald Joins World Curling Tour

Two-time Paralympian Patrick McDonald joins the World Curling Tour as coordinator of the World Wheelchair Curling Tour, helping to organize the events and to grow the discipline.

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