Tonight begins the second-to-last session of the Summer curling season at the Club. There are just six more Club nights left until our Fall schedule begins and this next round of the competition will determine who qualifies for the Stove and Chestnut Summer League championships, to be decided on Aug. 21.
Wherever your team finishes at the end of these next three weeks, concluding on July 31, will determine what League Championship you will compete for in August.
The Sheet assignments for July 17 are as follows:
1: Chestnut: Keeler vs. Jackson
2: Stove: Kerrick vs. Karampilas
3: Stove: Sophy vs. Perrino
4: Chestnut: Cawley vs. Baessler
In response to popular opinion, the Competition Committee has decided to change the names of the League divisions.
Rather than being known as the A and B leagues, the following changes will be made …
The A League will now be known as the Stove League.
The B League will now be known as the Chestnut League.
Members from 2010 will recognize these names as those used to identify the divisions in that season’s League Championship competition. They represent the various sizes of commercially-available Anthracite coal.
Cracked Ice came, saw, and conquered.
After being relegated to the B League out of the 2012 Club Championship Playoffs, Ted Karampilas’ team won its first two games in the B League and has clinched promotion back to the A League starting July 17. The B League awaits the loser of Tuesday’s Team Keeler vs. Team Sophy draw for at least a three-week stay. Click the link for the latest results > Continue reading
Tuesday’s results in the Summer A League created a key match-up next week. Wins by Team Kerrick and Happy Hour (Perrino) guaranteed themselves a spot in the next round of the A League. That leaves Teams Sophy and Keeler to battle for the third spot.
Cracked Ice’s win in the B League has earned them promotion into the A League for three weeks starting on July 17. Click the link for the results > Continue reading
The first round of the Summer ‘A’ League got underway Tuesday night. At the end of play on July 10, the team with the lowest Win-Loss record will play the next three weeks in the ‘B’ League. Click the link for the results > Continue reading