Superleague scores

Ken Harvey (Vista Radio) scored three in each of the second and fifth ends en route to a 9-2 win over Justin Nillson (Springfield Autobody) last week in Molson’s Kelowna Open Men’s Superleague of Curling action.

Ken Harvey (Vista Radio) scored three in each of the second and fifth ends en route to a 9-2 win over Justin Nillson (Springfield Autobody) last week in Molson’s Kelowna Open Men’s Superleague of Curling action.

In other action, Frank Morrisette (Coors Light) had a chance to score three in the eighth end for the win, but settled for two and an 8-8 draw with Bruce Clark (Big White).

Gary Gelowitz (Case Furniture) scored three in the sixth end and went on to defeat Lance McGinn (Meyers Norris Penny) 8-5.

Womens superleague

Marilyn Zubick (LPS/Proteck) stole points in the fourth and fifth ends on the way to her third straight win, 7-1 over Pegi Hayashi ( L and D Meats) in Grant Thornton Ladies Superleague of Curling last Wednesday.

In other action, Leeanne Ursel (Kelowna Ford/McDonalds) boosted her unbeaten record to 15-0 with an 8-1 win over Laurie Troock (UBR Services) 9-3.

Susan Hillock (Canscribe) scored five in the fourth end and went on to a 9-2 win overMaureen Bird (Odlum Brown) 8-3.

Leila Johnston (Dycks Pharamacists) got past Louise Roberts-Taylor (Mission Park Naturals) 8-6.

Judy MacKenzie (Nutrilawn) won by default over Jen Pynn (Springfield Autobody).

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