Legion crib results

Sicamous legion crib results from Oct. 6 to Dec. 15

Legion Crib scores as of Oct. 6, 2011 are: Marilyn Simpson first, with 707; Eleanor Klassen placed second with 699, Kathy Morrison garnered third place with 690, while Edward Green had the low score, at 600.

On Oct. 13, Brendon Rogers placed first with 689, followed by Lydia Evans with 675, Kathy Morrison third with 669 and Ed Ferguson had the low score with 620.

Oct. 21, first Lydia Evans 721, second was Olga Oystryk with 713, Edward Green, third with 707, and low was Jill with 637.

Oct. 28, Dawn McQueen, first, 726; Don Ferguson, second, 705; Edward Green, third with 703, and Ed Ferguson had the low, at 611.

Nov. 3 saw Lydia Evans with first at 720, Olga Oystryk second with 700, Tracey was third with 688 and low was Marilyn Simpson with 603.

Nov. 17: Lydia Evans first with 711, Charlette Cochran was second with 699, third was Edward Green with 689 and low score went to Bernice Thompson with 579.

Nov. 24: Lydia Evans, first, 726; Bev, second, 711; Gordon Miller, third, 704; low, Don Hermann, 508.

Dec. 1: Ron Simpson was first with 695, second went to Kathy Morrison with 694, Don Ferguson was third with 692 and low went to Julie with a 595.

Dec. 8: Don Ferguson was first with 726, Lydia Evans second with 714, Paulette Platzer had third place with 709 and the low score went to Dennis Harris with 634.

Dec. 15: Ed Ferguson, first, 726; Tracey, second, 714; Bernice Thompson, third, 705; low was Jill with 595.


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