Curling scores

Summerland curlers competed in league play last week

Summerland Curling Club

Results Jan. 22 to 26

Monday morning senior men: Warren Parker defeated Dennis Grant, Stan Green defeated Rollie Marcotte, Hector Cartier defeated Jim Hancharyk.

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

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

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

Wednesday morning senior men: Stan Green defeated Jim Hancharyk, Paul Cowen defeated Hector Cartier, Rollie Marcotte defeated Warren Parker.

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

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

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

Friday evening mixed: John Fitzgerald defeated Brent Stade , Terri Leslie tied Tracy Cahoon, Gavin Griffiths defeated Steve Callaghan, Al Tower defeated Gerry Denis.

Friday late evening: Dan Laktin tied Cliff Last, Candace Pilling defeated Steve Penich, Dave Hood defeated Judy Rowe, Cliff Rose defeated Kyle Longbothham.

Tip of the week: Because of dust, lint, hairs from brooms and other debris on the ice, the stone should be cleaned before every delivery. Debris on the ice can cause the stone to change its directional path.

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