Stadel wins Haney Masters Curling title

Jack Stadel’s rink captured first-place in Haney Masters Curling playoffs as the Fall League competition finished

Jack Stadel’s rink captured first-place in Haney Masters Curling playoffs as the Fall League competition was completed  this week at Golden Ears Winter Club.

Along with Bob MacKay (third), Bob Cocking (second) and Don Svelander (lead), the Stadel rink swept into first-place with a 4-1-1 playoff record to take the league championship.

They now go on to represent Haney Masters in Fraser Valley Inter-club playoffs in January.

Bill Hanula’s rink managed to grab second place in Division A playoffs, while Peter Koehler’s team took the B Division championship.

Koehler, with third George Lagerstrom, second Barry Elson, and lead Bob Asher putting in solid performances, remained undefeated with  four wins and a tie.

Second-half competition will resume in January.

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