Summerland curling results

The Summerland Curling Club held regular league play over the past week

Summerland Curling Club

Results Nov. 27 to Dec. 1

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

Friday evening mixed: Cliff Rose defeated Terri Leslie, Gavin Griffiths defeated Al Tower, Dan Laktin defeated Candace Pilling, Judy Rowe defeated Tracy Cahoon.

Friday late evening: Steve Callaghan defeated Gerry Denis, Cliff Last defeated Steve Penich, Dave Hood defeated Brent Stade, John Fitzgerald defeated Kyle Longbothham.

Tip of the week: The person delivering a stone must release the stone before the leading edge of the stone touches the first hog line.

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