Curling scores

Summerland curlers competed in league play over the past week

Summerland Curling Club

Results Jan. 29 to Feb. 2

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

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

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

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

Wednesday morning senior men: Stan Green defeated Dennis Grant, Hector Cartier defeated Rollie Marcotte, Jim Hancharyk tied Paul Cowen.

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

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

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

Friday evening mixed: John Fitzgerald defeated Dave Hood, Steve Callaghan defeated Steve Penich, Brent Stade defeated Judy Rowe, Gavin Griffiths defeated Candace Pilling.

Friday late evening: Al Tower defeated Dan Laktin, Cliff Last defeated Gerry Denis, Cliff Rose defeated Tracy Cahoon, Terri Leslie defeated Kyle Longbothham.

Tip of the week: When it is the skip’s turn to deliver their stone usually the third holds the broom in the house.

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