Scoreboard: Curling

Results for Jan. 14 to 18 and a ladies bonspiel coming up this weekend


Monday morning senior men: Warren Parker defeated Hector Cartier; Eric Johnson defeated Stan Green; Paul Cowen defeated Bob Ezart; Dale Abrey defeated Lionel Coleman.

Monday evening men: Russ Lemke defeated Mike Lemke; Stan Green defeated Rick Drewnisz; Steve Clement defeated Ken Rae; Gary Raymond defeated Rob Robinson.

Tuesday morning mixed: Ev Gillespie defeated Hector Cartier; John Nicolson defeated Jerry Lidin; Murray Brown defeated Bob Ezart.

Tuesday evening ladies: Sue Johnston defeated Betty Raymond; Lil Blashko defeated Gail Ostaficiuk; Diane Krancenblum defeated Judy Beck; Michelle Robinson defeated Wendi Archer.

Wednesday morning senior men: Eric Johnson defeated Dale Abrey; Warren Parker tied Stan Green; Lionel Coleman defeated Paul Cowen; Bob Ezart tied Hector Cartier.

Wednesday evening men: Glen Brennan defeated Gary Wingerak; Steve Clement tied Gary Raymond; Rick Drewnisz defeated Eric Cooper; Dave Tether defeated Dave Gartrell.

Thursday morning ladies: Betty Raymond defeated Rose McNeill; Virginia Cundliffe defeated Diane Krancenblum; Ev Gillespie tied Diana Leitch.

Thursday evening early open: Jodie Brennan tied Eric Johnson; John McKay defeated Ken Rae; Tony Blashko defeated Barry Borrett; Don St. John defeated Gary Raymond.

Thursday evening late: Glen Brennan defeated Dale Abrey; John Egyed defeated Russ Lemke.

Friday evening early mixed: Ian Rogers tied Dave Hood; Val Utigard tied Allen Tower; Mark Cameron defeated Tracy Waddington; Blair Stuckey defeated Bonnie Young.

Friday evening late: Ed Harris defeated Ron Robinson; John Nicolson tied Dave Tether; Steve Favel defeated Nick Machuik.



Coming Up


There are openings for more teams for the Jan. 26 and 27 ladies two-day bonspiel. Contact the curling club 250-494-9322 to register your team and plan to come out and cheer on the ladies teams.


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