Summerland curlers compete in league action

Summerland Curling Club leagues compete Monday to Friday

Summerland Curling Club

Results Feb. 25 to March 1

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

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

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

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

Wednesday morning senior men: Warren Parker defeated Jim Hunt, Paul Martin defeated Stan Green, Dave Gartrell defeated Eric Johnson.

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

Thursday morning ladies: Gail Ostaficiuk tied Ev Gillespie, RoseMarie Fenrich defeated Barb Ezart, Joy Lappalainen defeated Virginia Cundliffe.

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

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

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

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

Tip of the week: If a stone does not completely cross the far hog line that stone is removed. If a stone comes into contact with a stone that is barely across the far hog line it is still in play, and the delivered stone isn’t across the hog line, after contact with that stone: because it touched a stone in play it remains in play.

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