Summerland curlers compete in league play

Curling club will hold Bushspiel in early January

Summerland curlers compete in league play

Summerland Curling Club

Results Dec. 10 to 14

Monday morning senior men: Warren Parker defeated Hector Cartier, Jim Hancharyk defeated Don Hudgeon, Steve Rowe defeated Eric Johnson, Terry Mains defeated Stan Green.

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

Tuesday morning mixed: Jerry McKenna tied Bill Penman, Hector Cartier defeated Barb Ezart, Marilyn Cahoon defeated Jules Dore, John Fitzgerald defeated Jerry Lidin.

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

Wednesday morning senior men Christmas fun spiel: Stan Green defeated Gary Raymond, Jim Hancharyk defeated Terry Mains, Eric Johnson defeated RoseMarie Fenrich, Steve Rowe defeated Warren Parker, Hector Cartier defeated Don Hudgeon, Gail Ostaficiuk defeated. Paul Martin

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

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

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

Friday afternoon sturling Game 1: Charlotte Burley and John Nicolson defeated Helen Riemer and Marilyn Cahoon John, Marion Enns and Norm Cole defeated Hector Cartier and Flo Stelmack, John Gregg and Gail Olstaficiuk defeated Kat Lefebvre and Marlene Brown, Barb Ezart and Loretta Rozsa defeated Mike Karpan and Carol Cole

Friday afternoon sturling Game 2: John Gregg and Gail Olstaficiuk defeated Marion Enns and Norm Cole, Nancy Mullin and Terry LeSarge defeated Helen Riemer and Marilyn Cahoon John, Kat Lefebvre and Marlene Brown defeated Barb Ezart and Loretta Rozsa, Charlotte Burley and John Nicolson defeated Hector Cartier and Flo Stelmack.

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

Summerland is hosting the Bushspiel Jan. 4 to 6.

At present time we have 29 teams. If you are interested in curling in our bushspiel phone the Summerland curling club at 250-494-9322 or send us an e-mail at

Tip of the week: When the opposition is delivering their stone, it is courteous to be still and quite, the opponent sweepers stand between the hog lines.

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