Trail Appliance Autumn Gold Curling Classic -- B Event

Oct 8 - 11, 2004
A Event | B Event | C Event |
Times shown as Mountain Time (MT)
Marie-France Larouche
Olga Zharkova


Loser to 63
SCORES
  [39]
Marie-France Larouche


Loser to 59
SCORES
  [31]
Bronwen Webster


Loser to 72
SCORES
  [47]
Marie-France Larouche
Bronwen Webster
Patti Lank
Jennifer Jones


Loser to 75
SCORES
  [53]
Renelle Bryden
Moe Meguro


Loser to 63
SCORES
  [40]
Atina Johnston


Loser to 59
SCORES
  [32]
Atina Johnston


Loser to 69
SCORES
  [48]
Renelle Bryden
Atina Johnston
Renelle Bryden
Sherry Anderson


Loser to 79
SCORES
  [57]
Kathy Brown


Loser to 70
SCORES
  [41]
Kathy Brown


Loser to 61
SCORES
  [33]
Kathy Brown
Heather Rankin


Loser to 71
SCORES
  [49]
Kathy Brown
Shannon Nimmo


Loser to 74
SCORES
  [54]
Cheryl Bernard
CC Bern


Loser to 70
SCORES
  [42]
Shannon Nimmo


Loser to 61
SCORES
  [34]
CC Bern
Cheryl Bernard
Sue Fulkerth
Kelly Scott
Barb Spencer


Loser to 60
SCORES
  [43]
Kelly Scott


Loser to 62
SCORES
  [35]
Terry Loschuk


Loser to 65
SCORES
  [50]
Deb Santos
Terry Loschuk
Deb Santos
Sherry Middaugh


Loser to 77
SCORES
  [55]
Sherry Middaugh
Diane Foster


Loser to 60
SCORES
  [44]
Sherry Middaugh


Loser to 62
SCORES
  [36]
Diane Foster


Loser to 68
SCORES
  [51]
Sherry Middaugh
Linda Wagner
Cathy King
Amber Holland


Loser to 82
SCORES
  [58]
Jennifer Vejprava


Loser to 67
SCORES
  [45]
Amber Holland


Loser to 64
SCORES
  [37]
Karen Powell
Karen Powell


Loser to 66
SCORES
  [52]
Amber Holland
Debbie McCormick


Loser to 76
SCORES
  [56]
Stefanie Lawton
Joelle Duguid


Loser to 67
SCORES
  [46]
Joelle Duguid


Loser to 64
SCORES
  [38]
Joelle Duguid
Stefanie Lawton
Renee Sonnenberg

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