SPORTS SCOREBOARD

Sports scores and results from Summerland including curling.

Curling

Results: Dec. 5 to 9, 2011

Monday morning senior men: Lionel Coleman defeated Stan Green, Doug Steinke defeated Warren Parker, Rob Towgood defeated Geordie Taylor, Paul Martin defeated Hector Cartier.

Monday evening men: Steve Clement defeated Stan Green, Rob Robinson defeated Russ Lemke, Rick Drewnisz defeated Mike Lemke, Dale Critchlow defeated Ken Rae.

Tuesday morning mixed: Hector Cartier defeated Betty Raymond, Les Allen tied Bill Penman, Diana Leitch tied Jerry Lidin, Ev Gillespie defeated Art Zilkie.

Tuesday evening ladies: Bev Skinner defeated Gail Ostaficiuk, Betty Raymond tied Sue Johnston, Harlene Knorr defeated Lil Blashko.

Wednesday morning senior men: Doug Steinke defeated Paul Martin, Bob Ezart defeated Warren Parker, Stan Green defeated Geordie Taylor, Hector Cartier defeated Lionel Coleman.

Wednesday evening men: Rick Drewnisz defeated Gary Raymond, Dave Gartrell defeated Dave Tether, Ken Rae tied Gary Wingerak, Gary Geiger defeated Paul Cowen.

Wednesday late evening: Glen Brennan defeated Eric Cooper.

Thursday morning ladies: Betty Raymond defeated Arlene Moser, Ev Gillespie tied Diana Leitch, RoseMarie Fenrich tied Bev Skinner, Diane Krancenblum defeated Rose McNeill.

Thursday evening open: Gary Raymond defeated Ken Oleschuck, Stan Green tied Don St. John, Russ Lemke defeated Dale Abrey, Ken Rae defeated Barry Borrett.

Thursday late evening: Jodie Brennan defeated Glen Brennan.

Friday evening mixed: Blair Stuckey defeated Paul Monaghan, Dave Hood defeated Bill Dube, Ian Rogers defeated Tracy Waddington.

Friday late evening mixed: Nick Machuik defeated Ron Robinson, Don Bell defeated Ed Harris, Olly Egilson defeated Stella Wowk.

TIP OF THE WEEK: When the opposition delivers their stone it is courteous to be still and quiet, with the opponent sweepers standing between the hog lines.

 

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