Curlers compete in league play

Summerland Senior Men hold Fun Spiel

Summerland Curling Club

Results March 4 to 8

Monday morning senior men: Eric Johnson defeated Stan Green, Paul Martin defeated Warren Parker, Hector Cartier defeated Jim Hunt.

Monday evening men: Dale Abrey defeated Don Lawrence. Matthew Lowery defeated John Fitzgerald. Steve Clement defeated Mike Rudniski. Bruce Dacre defeated Ken Rae. Art Lappalainen defeated Rob Robinson.

Tuesday morning mixed: Barb Ezart defeated Hector Cartier, Jerry Lidin defeated John Gregg, John Fitzgerald defeated Gail Ostaficiuk, Bill Penman tied Marilyn Cahoon.

Tuesday evening ladies: Jackie Clement defeated Jodie Brennan, Betty Raymond defeated Sue Johnston, Joy Lappalainen defeated Bev Skinner, Kathy Hogman defeated Perry-Lynn Bula, Debbie Jones defeated Kathy Hogman, Judy Beck defeated Betty Raymond.

Wednesday morning senior men Fun Spiel: Gail Ostaficiuk defeated Warren Parker, Marilyn Cahoon defeated Stan Green, Paul Martin defeated Eric Johnson, Hector Cartier defeated Jerry Lidin.

Wednesday evening men: Rick Drewnisz defeated John Fitzgerald, Louie Costa defeated Jared St. John, Dale Abrey defeated Gary Raymond, John Gregg defeated Gary Wingerak, Glen Brennan defeated Stan Green.

Thursday morning ladies: Gail Ostaficiuk defeated Virginia Cundliffe, Frances Colussi defeated Barb Ezart, Joy Lappalainen defeated RoseMarie Fenrich.

Thursday evening open: Art Lappalainen defeated Tony Blashko, Jeff Goodis defeated John McKay, Russ Lemke defeated Glen Brennan, Gary Raymond defeated John Egyed.

Friday morning sturling Game 1: John Gregg and Sandra Skermer defeated Marlene Brown and John Nicolson. Barb Ezart and Marilyn Cahoon defeated Nancy Mullin and Gail Ostaficiuk. Carol Cole and Norm Cole defeated Helen Reimer and Dennis Grant. Kat Lefebvre and Terry LeSarge tied Flo Stelmack and Hector Cartier.

Friday morning sturling Game 2: Carol Cole and Norm Cole defeated Flo Stelmack and Hector Cartier, Marlene Brown and John Nicolson defeated Barb Ezart and Marilyn Cahoon, Nancy Mullin and Gail Ostaficiuk defeated John Gregg and Sandra Skermer, Helen Reimer and Dennis Grant defeated Kat Lefebvre and Terry LeSarge.

Friday evening mixed: Cliff Rose defeated Brent Stade, Karen Fitzgerald defeated Steve Callaghan, Dave Hood defeated Candace Pilling, Cliff Last defeated Tracy Cahoon.

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