Sweepers Laurie Arthur (left) and Kim Slattery escort the rock towards it target as Stephanie Koponen keeps her eyes on their progress at the 62nd annual Silver Star Ladies Bonspiel playdowns Sunday at the Vernon Curling Club.

Wood carves Perepolkin

Brad Wood’s Nufloors remain undefeated in Baron Insurance Super League after 8-4 doubling of TJ Perepolkin’s Canaccord Wealth Management.

Brad Wood’s Nufloors remained undefeated in  Baron Insurance Super League action with an 8-4 doubling of TJ Perepolkin’s Canaccord Wealth Management Wednesday night at the Vernon Curling Club.

Wood, now 4-0, collected deuces in the second and fourth ends, while Perepolkin, now 2-2, responded with singles in one, three and five.

After swapping singles in six and seven, Wood cracked a triple in eight to seal the win.

Robbi Kuhn’s North Enderby Timber overcame an early deficit to ground Jim Cotter’s Woodland Equipment 8-7.

With Cotter away at the $100,000 GP Car & Home World Cup of Curling in Sault Ste Marie, Ont., Aron Herrick subbed in at skip and got the Woodland crew off to a solid start with a triple in one.

Kuhn (4-1), who had to make several tricky draws against multiple Woodland points throughout the game, came right back with a three-ender in two, only to have Herrick record a triple in three.

After stealing in seven, Kuhn completed the comeback with a steal of two in eight when Herrick was narrow on his final stone.

Jenn Gerow’s CanHealth/A&G Supply racked up seven points over two ends to ice Alyssa Kyllo’s Armstrong Optometry 9-1.

Kyllo (0-5) was heavy on her finals stones in the first and second ends, allowing Gerow (3-2) a pair of early steals.

The optometry crew counted a single in three on a nice draw by Kyllo before Gerow collected four in the fourth end and stole three in the fifth.

Mark Longworth counted points in four straight ends to earn a 6-2 win over Sherry Heath’s Trademark Packaging.

Down a point after two ends, Longworth (2-3) pocketed a deuce in three, singles in four and five, followed by a steal of two in six.

Heath (1-3) was forced to a single in seven and settled for handshakes.

Meanwhile, Cotter is 0-2 at the Sault Ste Marie spiel. After falling 5-3 to Coldwater, Ont.’s Glenn Howard Wednesday, Cotter bowed 7-6 to Toronto’s John Epping Thursday morning.

He faced Sault Ste. Marie’s Brad Jacobs Thursday night.

n Gerow’s rink was runner-up to Salmon Arm’s Sandra Jenkins in the A event at the 62nd annual Silver Star Ladies Bonspiel last weekend at the Vernon club.

In the B division, Salmon Arm’s Gerri Kiy placed first, followed by Kelowna’s Maureen Bird in second. Simone Groundwater of Williams Lake took the C event, with Kyllo earning second place.

A pair of Vernon rinks skipped by Adrienne Vedan and Karen Mosure finished one-two in the D division.


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