Week 5 results from the Kelowna Molson Super League of Curling.

Mellof, Koffski top Superleague of Curling

Stolairus Aviation sits at 4-0, while Raymond James is 4-1 in Kelowna Curling Club action

Kelowna Molson Super League of Curling—Week 5

• Stolairus Aviation (Skip – Dave Mellof) vs Acorn Dental Group (Skip: Justin Nillson):

Acorn Dental Group was all smiles early until Stolairus Aviation stole a couple of points in the third end to go up 4-0. Team Nillson bit off more than they could chew in the fifth end and after giving up three and then a steal in sixth, shook hands to give Team Mellof top spot in standings.

• Foothills Creamery (Skip – Ken Johnson) vs Raymond James (Skip – Rob Koffski):

A seesaw battle that saw Foothills Creamery make several hit-and-rolls to tie the game 3-3 after six ends. Raymond James battled and got their single seventh and then stole a single in the final end for the 5-3 victory.

• Sturgeon Hall (Skip – Gary Brucker) vs OK Business Alliance (Skip: Steve Wright):

An old fashion, defensive game with three blank ends in the first five. Their were great draws by OK Business Alliance and even better hits by Sturgeon Hall that saw the game tied 3-3 going into the final end, Team Brucker came up with a perfect draw and celebrated their first win of the season 4-3.

• Artesano Cabinets (Skip – Wes McInnes) vs Sunset Ranch (Skip – Bruce Clark):

Sunset Ranch had a great effort by their front end to go up 5-2 after five ends. Artesano Cabinets tried to hammer back but could not nail anything down and gave up steals and Team Clark the 7-2 victory.

Standings: Stolairus Aviation (Mellof) 4-0; Raymond James (Koffski) 4-1; Sunset Ranch (Clark) 3-1; World Financial (Clark), Edward Jones (Cseke) 2-2; OK Business (Wright), Foothill Creamery (Mamchur), Artesano Cabinets (McInnes)2-3; Acorn Dental (Nilsson), Sturgeon Hall (Brucker) 1-4.

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