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Anthracite representing GNCC at Ross Tarlton Intl. Bonspiel this weekend

Anthracite Curling Club is proud to help represent Grand National Curling Club at this weekend’s Ross Tarlton International Bonspiel, hosted in 2012 at Utica (N.Y.) Curling Club.

The Club was to be represented by 2012 Club Champion Skip Lyle Kerrick and his Club teammate Thom Kivler playing along side two GNCC-appointed Substitutes but due to Thom being called to active duty with the National Guard, he was unable to attend.

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3rd/4th Event Finals

The Plainfield rink of Beverly Wiedemann, John Wiedemann, Brian Ewart, and Scott Alexander defeated the home team of Lyle Kerrick, Dave Cawley, Amy Casagrande, and Al Winter (via Nutmeg) in the Third Event Final to take Fifth Place at the Inaugural Diamond City Bonspiel.

In the Fourth Event Final (for Seventh Place), the home Anthracite side of Joshua Sophy, Kurt Maas, Kimm Montone, and Dana Griesback defeated Villanova Curling’s Miggy Gutierrez, Shawn Plesnick, Margaret O’Leary, and Bill Solomito.

Third Event Playoff: Plainfield (B), Anthracite (B) win

Plainfield (B) defeated Anthracite (A) to advance to the Third Event Final where it will meet Anthracite (B), which defeated Villanova Curling in the other Semifinal match. Continue reading

Pool B, Round 3: Rochester’s tie-break earns second place

The final round of the Pool B play provided another level of excitement on the ice Saturday evening. Thanks to wins by the home team Anthracite over Plainfield, and Pittsburgh’s win over Rochester, Pittsburgh clinched the Pool’s top position but left three teams with 1-win, 2-loss records.

In a tie-breaker Draw to Button, Rochester Skip Josh Ozarowski guided the best stone and took second place. Anthracite won the head-to-head with Plainfield to take third in the Pool.

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Pool A, Round 3: Plainfield secures 2nd

Plainfield defeated Anthracite, 7-3, to finish second in Pool A. In the other draw, Whitby made it through Pool play with an unblemished record, blanking Philadelphia, 7-0.

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