Summerland curlers hold Christmas events

Curling leagues end year with seasonal competitions

Summerland curlers hold Christmas events


Summerland Curling Club

Results Dec. 17 to 21

Monday morning senior men Christmas fun spiel: Warren Parker defeated Eric Johnson, RoseMarie Fenrich defeated Steve Rowe, Hector Cartier defeated Paul Martin, Don Hudgeon defeated Gail Ostaficiuk.

Monday afternoon senior men Christmas fun spiel: Stan Green defeated Terry Mains, Jim Hancharyk defeated Gary Raymond.

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

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

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

Wednesday morning senior men Christmas fun spiel: Gary Raymond defeated Terry Mains, Stan Green defeated Jim Hancharyk, Hector Cartier defeated Gail Ostaficiuk, Paul Martin defeated Don Hudgeon

Wednesday afternoon senior men Christmas fun spiel: Steve Rowe defeated Eric Johnson, Warren Parker defeated RoseMarie Fenrich.

Wednesday evening men: Ken Rae defeated Jared St. John, Dale Abrey defeated John Fitzgerald, Gary Raymond defeated Gary Wingerak, Rick Drewnisz defeated Stan Green.

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

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

Friday evening mixed: Christmas party.

Bushspiel: Summerland is hosting the annual Bushspiel Jan. 4 to 6. There will be 32 teams, from Oliver, Mission, Blind Bay, Royal City, Penticton and Summerland. The public is urged to attend.

Tip of the week: A game can be played with three players, each of the first two players throw three stones alternating with their opposition; the skip throws his usual two stones.

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