2019 Fort St. John Curling Club standings

It's officially curling season in Fort St. John, and all four leagues at the curling club are well under way. There's bonus curling this weekend, with the first social night of the year at 6 p.m. tonight, and a doubles event as part of Pints for Polio on Saturday, October 19. 

Here are the standings after two weeks of play. 

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Men's League
A Block

Alpine Glass: 2-0
FSJ Links: 2-0
Kelly Ollenberger: 2-0
Alan Bone: 1-1
Rhyason: 1-1
Glen Godberson: 1-1
Brennan Eklund: 0-2
Tyler Hotte: 0-2
Bob Cooper: 0-1
Chad Bordeleau: 0-1

B Block

AAA Safety: 2-0
Embleton Construction: 2-0
Dave Sloan: 1-1
Jason Hetrick: 1-1
United Rentals: 0-2
D&T Electric: 1-0
Chad Carlstrom: 0-2
Sunrise Rotary: 0-2

Ladies League

Jodi Busche: 2-0
Tara Forest: 2-0
Cheryl Batten: 1-0
Cheralee Goulet: 0-1
Deanne Busche: 1-1
Tennille Penner: 1-1
Cina Wales-Green: 1-1
Pam Murray: 1-1
Sheri Sewell: 0-2
Kristin Bayet: 0-2

Mixed League

Rick Chmelyk: 1-0
Colby Coates: 0-1
Ty Coates: 2-0
Kevin Hrab: 0-2
Bob Cooper: 1-0
Brittany Danczak: 0-2
Kelly Vig: 0-1
Alaska Highway News: 1-1
Jeff Holland: 1-1
Dave Kellestine: 1-1
April Podulsky: 1-0
Nicole Winstanley: 1-0
Kolten Lindner: 0-0-1

Senior's League

Alice Lock: 1-0
Dave Kalistien: 1-0
Donna Solodan: 1-0
Ed Scriba: 1-0
Larry London: 1-0
Leo Felix: 1-0
Paul Wuthrich: 1-0
Linda Kelly: 1-0
Roy Chisolm: 1-0
Shirley Kinnis: 1-0
Swede Taylor: 1-0
Deb Kellestine: 1-0
Margarey Clark: 0-1
Carey Taylor: 0-1
Gail Weber: 0-1
Ray Clark: 0-1
Madonna Robertson: 0-1
Len Hamilton: 0-1
Julie Taylor: 0-1
John Mast: 0-1

Email sports reporter Dillon Giancola at sports@ahnfsj.ca.



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