Howard Loses to Frans
Wednesday, February 6, 2013 11:07 AM by
Coldwater Curling Club still among the leaders at Ontario Curling Championship
Here are the Draw 5 Results at the Dominion Tankard-Ontario Men's Curling Championship at the Molson Centre in Barrie
Joe Frans of Bradford 8 Glenn Howard of Coldwater 3
Frans improves to 3 & 2
John Epping of Donalda 9 Jake Higgs, Harriston 1 in 3 ends
Epping scored 7 times in the 3rd to improve to 4 & 0 and take over first place
Wayne Tuck, Brant 9 Pat Ferris of Grimsby 5
Tuck is now 2 & 2
Dayna Deruelle, Bramtpon 8 Darryl Prebble of Royal Canadian 4
Duerelle wins his first to move to 1 & 3
Howard Rajala, Rideau 9 Bryan Cochrane, Cityview 5
Rajala improves to 2 & 3
Draw 6 is set for 2 PM this afternoon with the 7th draw to follow tonight at 7 PM
It took Glenn Howard a little longer to win his fourth game at the 2013 Dominion Tankard.
The Coldwater rink remains unbeatened after last night's draw at the Barrie Molson Centre.
Howard Rajala of the Rideau Curling Club took Howard's rink to the very last rock before falling 6-5 in the evening draw.
The team of Howard, Wayne Middaugh, Brent Laing, and Craig Savill improve their record to 4 and 0.
Rajala kept it close coming to within 1 on three different occasions only to have Howard pull away each time.
A key moment was in the 10th end when Middaugh took out 3 of Rajala's stones in the house killing any momentum for a comeback.
Earlier, Howard made quick work of Pat Ferris of Grimsby winning that game 9-1 after 5 ends.
It will be a busy day for Howard and his team today as they have three draws including John Epping of the Donalda Curling Club out of Toronto at 7 PM.
Epping's team features Howard's son Scott who is the second on that team.
Sheet A 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 Total
Glenn Howard Coldwater & District Curling Club 4 - 0
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Date: 1:00 AM EDT Thursday 28 May 2015
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