Three teams remain unbeaten in Haney Masters league

Three teams remain undefeated after four games as Haney Masters began its fall session of curling at Golden Ears Winter Club.

  • Oct. 21, 2016 11:00 a.m.

Three teams remain undefeated after four games as Haney Masters began its fall session of curling at Golden Ears Winter Club.

The rinks of Jack Stadel, Gregg Hook and Peter Koehler remain on a collision course with each other as they compete for top honours in the seniors competition.

The Stadel rink consisting of veterans Bill Hanula, Gary Sawatsky and George Langerstrom defeated Jim Keenan on Monday while Hook, with Hilly Boonstra (third), Paul Darbysire (second) and Jock Anderson (lead) took an easy 10-2 victory over the Eric Holler rink.

Not to be outdone, Koehler, along with Wally Phillips, Bruce Nelson and Jerry Baltryn defeated Andy Ferguson 6-3  in an exciting match which was decided on the last rock.

Terry Gregory’s foursome of William Menkveld, Reg Nelligan and new lead Bruce Festing trail by a single point after their tie with Laverne Hautz.

 

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