Nillson rink takes out Gelowitz rink

Justin Nillson (Springfield Autobody) stole three in the third end, then went on for a 7-3 victory over Gary Gelowitz (Case Furniture) in Molson’s Kelowna Open Men’s Superleague of Curling action.

Justin Nillson (Springfield Autobody) stole three in the third end, then went on for a 7-3 victory over Gary Gelowitz (Case Furniture) in Molson’s Kelowna Open Men’s Superleague of Curling action.

In other action, Bruce Clark (Big White) put up a five-spot in the fourth to defeat Ken Harvey (Vista Radio) 11-1.

Lance McGinn (Meyers Norris Penny) stole three in the fourth end en route to a 6-1 win over Frank Morrisette (Coors Light).

Womens superleague

Leeanne Ursel’s (Kelowna Ford/McDonalds) 16-game winning streak is over in Grant Thornton Ladies Superleague of Curling.

Louise Roberts-Taylor (Mission Park Naturals) defeated Ursel 6-4 on Wednesday at the Kelowna Curling Club.

In other games, Maureen Bird (Odlum Brown) outscored Marilyn Zubick (LPS/Proteck) 9-2.

Judy MacKenzie (Nutrilawn) defeated Susan Hillock (Canscribe) 6-4.

Jen Pynn (Craddock/Caldwell) overcame a 7-1 deficit to beat Laurie Troock (UBR Services) 10-7.

Pegi Uyeyama (L and D Meats) downed Leila Johnston (Dycks Pharamacists) 10-5.

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