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Week 11 scores from games at Kelowna Curling Club

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Week 11

• Ashley Furniture (Skip – Garry Gelowitz) vs Sturgeon Hall (Skip – Gary Brucker):

A tight game with Ashley Furniture stealing a single in the fifth end to take a 3-1 lead. Sturgeon Hall had some chances but when Team Gelowitz made a deuce in the seventh, Team Brucker were ran out of rocks in the eighth end and Ashley Furniture posted the 5-3 victory.

• Sunset Ranch (Skip – Jeff Richard) vs Shaw Media (Skip – Ryan Gatti):

Sunset Ranch looked strong early but Shaw Media battled back with a steal in the fifth end to tie the game at 4-4. After being held to only a single in the sixth end, Team Richard stole three in the eighth end for the 8-4 victory.

• Springfield Autobody (Skip – Justin Nillson) vs Foothills Creamery (Skip – Shawn Mamchur):

A well played, offensive game with which saw Springfield Autobody steal a single in the seventh to tie the game 6-6 only to have Foothills Creamery make their last shot in the eighth for the 7-6 victory.

• Artesano Cabinets (Skip – Wes McInnis) vs Tidy Tushees (Skip – Sean Matheson):

Artesano Cabinets dominated this game and after stealing a single in the sixth end, Tidy Tushees shook hands to give Team McInnis the lopsided 6-2 victory.

• Edward Jones (Skip – Adam Cseke) vs Stolairus Aviation (Skip – Dave Mellof):

A wild game saw both teams make spectacular shots including Edward Jones with a triple in the fifth end. This game came down to the last shot which came up just short for Team Mellof to give Team Cseke the 7-6 victory.

Standings:

Sunset Ranch (Richard) 8-3; Edward Jones (Cseke) 8-3; Ashley Furniture (Gelowitz) 7-4; Springfield Auto (Nillson) 6-5; Artesano Cabinets (McInnes) 6-5; Shaw Media (Gatti) 5-6; Stolairus Aviation (Mellof) 5-6; Tidy Tushees (Matheson) 5-6; Foothills Creamery (Mamchur) 3-8; Sturgeon Hall (Brucker) 2-9.

 

 

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