Garry Vandenberghe (left) and Robbi Kuhn (right) sweep as Doug Kuhn watches his rock in Baron Insurance Super League action at the Vernon Curling Club.

Garry Vandenberghe (left) and Robbi Kuhn (right) sweep as Doug Kuhn watches his rock in Baron Insurance Super League action at the Vernon Curling Club.

Wood reclaims first in Vernon Super League

Brad Wood’s Nufloors leads Baron Insurance Super League with win over Alyssa Kyllo’s Armstrong Optometry at the Vernon Curling Club.

Brad Wood’s Nufloors regained top spot in the Baron Insurance Super League with a 7-4 win over Alyssa Kyllo’s Armstrong Optometry Wednesday night at the Vernon Curling Club.

After trading deuces in one and two, Wood, now 12-4, burgled singles in three and four and added a deuce in six to put the game out of reach. Kyllo (4-11) kept plugging with singles in five and seven.

Robbi Kuhn’s North Enderby Timber needed a deuce in the eighth end to upend Jen Gerow’s CanHeath/A&G Supply 8-7.

Kuhn (11-2) collected single steals in one and two, Gerow (6-9) replied with a deuce in three, but gave up a single in four to trail at the break.

Gerow made a nice double-takeout for three on her final shot in five, but a couple of nice shots by second Doug Smith set up a hit for three by Kuhn in six.

Jim Cotter’s Woodland Equipment kept their slim playoffs hopes alive with a 10-4 shellacking of Dave Merklinger’s Canwest Propane.

Cotter (7-8), fresh off a semifinal appearance at The National spiel last weekend in Dawson Creek, scored deuces in one, three and five while holding provincial-bound Canwest skip Darren Heath (11-4) to singles in two and four.

Heath made a double for two in six before Cotter made a light tap for four and handshakes in seven.

Mark Longworth’s Sladen Moore parlayed a pair of early big ends into a 7-1 win over Sherry Heath’s DeVine Vintners.

After blanking one, Longworth (9-6) took advantage of an early guard to earn a deuce in two, followed by a steal of three in three. Heath (1-13) was slightly short on her final stone for a deuce in four, and instead settled for one. Singles by Longworth in five and six made it an early night.