Summerland curlers compete in league play

The Summerland Curling Club holds league action every weekday

Summerland curlers compete in league play

Summerland Curling Club

Results Dec. 3 to 7

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

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

Tuesday morning mixed: Jules Dore defeated John Nicolson , John Fitzgerald defeated John Gregg, Marilyn Cahoon defeated Bill Penman, Jerry Lidin defeated Hector Cartier .

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

Wednesday morning senior men: Terry Mains tied Paul Martin, Steve Rowe defeated Don Hudgeon, Jim Hancharyk defeated Hector Cartier, Eric Johnson defeated Warren Parker.

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

Thursday morning ladies: Frances Colussi defeated Marilyn Cahoon, RoseMarie Fenrich defeated Ev Gillespie, Virginia Cundliffe defeated Joy Lappalainen.

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

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

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

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

Tip of the week: The person delivering a stone must release the stone before the leading edge of the stone touches the first hog line.

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