Monthly Archives: July 2010

Week 9 recaps from 2010 Summer League

Before a week’s hiatus in the 2010 Summer League, the following draws took place on July 13 at the Ice Rink at Coal Street Park in Wilkes-Barre. Continue reading

Thinking Playoffs? Only 4 more Regular Season dates remaining

Just about every single team in the Summer League alive for a postseason berth. There are just three weeks of draws remaining in the regular season after tonight.

Six draws start at 6 p.m. at The Ice Rink at Coal Street Park. Continue reading

Chestnuts Roasting: WINOs wins 4th straight; C&Ds, BHL keep winning

Let’s compare one more thing to the actual heat outside … the race for the lead in the Chestnut Division standings, and that playoff berth.

After action in Week 8 of Anthracite Curling Club’s 2010 Summer league, C&Ds still has the lead it’s held from the beginning of the season, but two teams have formally announced their presence in the race. Continue reading

Tuesday’s forecast: 96 degrees. Aren’t you glad you chose curling?

WILKES-BARRE — Division races are red-hot, and teams are fighting for their playoff lives this week as action intensifies in six 2010 Summer League draws Tuesday night.

Anthracite Curling Club’s first regular season has seen few teams separate themselves from a very even standings board. And with only nine games on the Summer League season schedule, each draw means even more as we wind to the playoffs in late August. Continue reading

Undefeateds beaten in Week 7; Cover jinx probed

Going into Week 7 action of the 2010 Summer League, there were two unbeaten teams. At the end of it, there were none.

Stone Cold took down C&Ds, the only undefeated and untied team in the league, 7-5. Skip John Flyte delivered a clutch hammer shot in the 7th end, giving his team a decisive two points. He said the victory was the culmination of a long season already.

“I am very proud of my team,” he said. “We have been playing with broken toes, and sore backs. Our secret is not to over-think anything and just have fun like we were taught. As a team we have only played three times together, and I want to thank everyone who has subbed for Stone Cold.” Continue reading