Summerland curling results

Summerland curling leagues held weekly events

Summerland Curling Club

Results Oct. 16 to 20

Monday evening men: Don Lawrence defeated Dale Abrey, Bruce Dacre defeated Ken Rae, Steve Clement defeated Dean Jones, Art Lappalainen defeated Gary Wingerak.

Tuesday morning mixed: Gail Ostaficiuk tied Jules Dore, Horst Sandkuhler tied Jerry Lidin, Barb Ezart defeated Hector Cartier, Marilyn Cahoon defeated John Nicolson.

Tuesday evening ladies: Fun day.

Wednesday morning senior men: Paul Martin defeated Dave Gartrell, Dennis Grant defeated Paul Cowen, Warren Parker defeated Stan Green, Dale Abrey defeated Jim Hancharyk.

Wednesday evening men: John Fitzgerald defeated Stan Green, Dale Abrey tied Tony Costa, Gary Wingerak defeated Steve Favel, Ken Rae tied John Gregg, Glen Brennan defeated Gary Raymond.

Thursday morning ladies: Fun day.

Thursday evening open: Gary Raymond defeated Steve Favel, Dale Abrey defeated Glen Brennan, Tony Blashko defeated Dean Jones, John Egyed defeated John McKay, Jeff Goodis defeated Russ Lemke.

Friday evening mixed: Steve Penich defeated Tracy Cahoon, Dave Hood defeated Al Tower, Cliff Rose defeated Steve Callaghan, John Fitzgerald defeated Dan Laktin.

Friday late evening: Candace Pilling defeated Terri Leslie, Judy Rowe defeated Gerry Denis, Gavin Griffiths defeated Kyle Longbotham, Cliff Last defeated Brent Stade.

Results Oct. 23 to 27

Monday morning senior men: Stan Green defeated Dave Gartrell, Jim Hancharyk defeated Dennis Grant, Warren Parker defeated Paul Martin, Dale Abrey defeated Paul Cowen.

Monday evening men: Dean Jones defeated Don Lawrence, Dale Abrey defeated Rob Robinson, Steve Clement defeated Gary Wingerak, Bruce Dacre defeated Art Lappalainen.

Tuesday morning mixed: Gail Ostaficiuk defeated Barb Ezart, Horst Sandkuhler defeated Bill Penman, Jerry Lidin defeated John Nicolson, Marilyn Cahoon defeated Jules Dore.

Tuesday evening ladies: Kathy Hogman defeated Trica Mayea, Gail Ostaficiuk defeated Tammy Brennan, Diana Leitch defeated Jackie Clement, Jodie Brennan defeated Judy Beck, Debbie Jones defeated Betty Raymond.

Wednesday morning senior men: Jim Hancharyk defeated Paul Martin, Dave Gartrell tied Dennis Grant, Stan Green defeated Paul Cowen, Dale Abrey tied Warren Parker.

Wednesday evening men: Glen Brennan defeated Stan Green, Tony Costa defeated Ken Rae, John Fitzgerald defeated Steve Favel, Gary Wingerak tied John Gregg, Dale Abrey defeated Gary Raymond.

Thursday morning ladies: Diana Leitch defeated Ev Gillespie, Virginia Cundliffe defeated Marilyn Cahoon, RoseMarie Fenrich defeated Barb Ezart, Gail Ostaficiuk defeated Diane Krancenblum.

Thursday evening open: Jeff Goodis defeated Gary Raymond, Glen Brennan tied John McKay, Tony Blashko tied Steve Favel, Dale Abrey defeated John Egyed, Dean Jones defeated Russ Lemke.

Friday evening mixed: Steve Callaghan defeated Tracy Cahoon, Cliff Rose defeated Steve Penich, Dave Hood defeated Dan Laktin, Al Tower defeated John Fitzgerald.

Friday late evening: Judy Rowe defeated Cliff Last, Brent Stade defeated Gerry Denis, Gavin Griffiths defeated Terri Leslie, Candace Pilling defeated Kyle Longbothham.

Tip of the week: Each team throws eight stones, each player alternating with the other team. Two team mates sweep each stone as it comes down the ice.

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