Backyard Curling Leagues

Northwest Arena recently hosted Week 6 of its Dot’s Gift Boutique Fall Backyard Curling Leagues.


Behind one of the best shots of the year on Chad Waddington’s final shot, Shoeless Joe’s Pub knocked off league leading Fruit of the Broom 45-43 and in another close one, Joe Jackson helped out his team in the first game as they defeated Pepsi Rizer-Z 42-39.

Legion of Broom crawled out of last place with two wins as they defeated The Rockies 45-37 and Curls Night Out 34-20 behind strong play from Dave Winters and Todd Frangione.

Scuba Crew defeated the top-seeded TRCurlers 34-33 behind Tina Currie’s outstanding play.

Curling Me Softly defeated the Pepsi Rockstar-Z 44-32 as Greg Fye continued to show his top-notch curling prowess.

The Gemstones earlier had defeated the Rockstar-Z 35-27 as Kaylee Keith was their top scorer.

TRCurlers started out their night with a win over Curls Night Out 36-28 behind the strong play of Pat Germain.

The Rockies ended their night with a nail-biting 39-37 win over the Gemstones, behind strong play from Bob Samuelson.


Haggy’s Booze Haggz knocked off first-place Short & Curly 22-21 and had previously defeated Hack Attack 32-19 behind outstand play from Nicole Snyder and Emily Boskat.

Stone Cold Curlers went 2-0 as they defeated Rolling Stones 34-24 and Glass House Gang 50-35 as Janice Franklin and Suzi Bandley led the way.

TOMTE’ Curlers secured two wins over Curl Jam 36-26 and Rolling Stone in overtime 36-31 with strong play from Kim Tedquist.

Hack Attack handled War Vets 42-23 as Michelle Richau is getting back into championship form.

Curl Jam defeated Pickle Pushers 33-15 as Jamie Berg was outstanding.


Golfers on Ice remain in the top spot with two high-scoring wins over Curl Jam 46-41 and We’ve Got the Stones 51-45 behind strong play from Jim Gustafson.

Also going 2-0 on the night was Rand Machine as they also bested Girls with Stones 46-36 and Globo Curling Purple Cobra, with a star performances from Cliff Sleasman.

Curl Jam knocked off Stone Cold Maidens 33-31 as Nicole Holt was their top curler.

Girls with Stones defeated Hindy’s Hurlers 33-28 with Trish McClemman leading the way.


The Brush Off moved into a first-place tie with two wins over The Icemen 34-33 and Michael P’s 39-31 with Nick Kahanic and Jarrett Kingsbury being their top curlers.

Lewis & Lewis I went 2-0 on the week as they defeated Got Stones 35-29 and Curl Jam 35-23 with strong play from Cathy Panebianco.

Got Stones evened their record with a win over Curling Me Softly 39-26 as Lucas Brown led the way.

Michael P’s opened up their night with a 34-30 win over Lewis & Lewis II behind strong play from Pat Langworthy.

Curling Me Softly upended Curls Gone Wild on their last stone by Kurt Crytzer to secure the 49-47 victory.

Curls Gone Wild also scored big in their first game, with a 49-37 win over Sky Rocketeers behind strong play from Mark Snow.

Sky Rocketeers came from behind to defeat Jamestown Hammers 34-32 as Jason Britt led the way.

Dylan Mattison led 12oz. Curlers to their win over Jamestown Hammers 31-30.


Barney’s Hoof Trimming was the only team to secure two wins, as they bested The Home Despots 40-38 and CHQ Hydro 27-21 as Jen Scolton played outstanding.

Slippery Streets defeated league leading Bauer’s Blockers 29-26 with Jake Sellstrom and Elliot Raimondo leading the way.

The Home Despots defeated Peterson’s Candies/Neil Propane 26-19 thanks to the outstanding stick work of Todd Singleton.

Bauer’s Blockers bounced back with a 30-25 victory over Haggy’s Jr. Curling behind strong play from Nancy Vigliotti.

Dot’s Gift Boutique defeated Slippery Street 40-39 on Steve Chambers’ final stone.

Drawing a Blank upended Haggy’s Jr. Curling 30-22 behind the outstanding play of Matthew Brewster.


Seminar Group remained the only team in the entire Backyard Curling league to remain undefeated after six weeks of play, defeating Tracey’s Dog 29-20 and Always Late, But Never Nervous 34-12 as they were led by Peter Stark.

Bottom Up Painting defeated Robinson Law Office 43-33 and The Sliders 35-34 behind strong play from the rookie Bill Everson and the veteran Phil Mead.

The Chestnuts also went 2-0 by defeating Haggy’s 4 Below 34-27 and Gus’s Curlers 34-23 behind strong play from Bert and Mary Rappole.

Robinson Law Office handed Cold Beer Here a tough 36-28 loss behind stellar play from Andy Robinson.

Sweeping Beauties knocked off Tracey’s Dog 29-22 as Beth Snow showed her outstanding stick work.

Earlier, The Sliders slid by the Beauties 32-25 as Julie Peterson was the first star.


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