Seniors crib results

Eagle Valley Seniors’ crib results for January. 4, 2012

Eagle Valley Seniors’ crib results for Jan. 4 are: In first place, a three-way tie at 726 for Lydia Evans, Audrey Chernick and Ed Ferguson, followed by June Wills, second with 718, Eileen Whitehead, third with 712. High score went to Gus Jensen with 634, and low went to Gordon Elliott with 543.

Jan. 11 results: First was Jill LaBoncenty 724, Don M. Ferguson was second with 716, Bev Bennett was third with 711. High score was Gus Jensen with 651, while low went to June Wills with 602.

January 18 saw Gus Jensen first, 716, followed by Esther Erikson with 713, third went to Elsie James with 696, high saw Colleen Emery with 684 and low went to Eileen Whitehead with 660.

January 25 results had Ed Green in first place with 723, Gord Miller second with 713, Elsie James and Gordon Elliott were tied at third with 709, while Lydia Evans had the high score with 672 and the low went to Gus Jensen with 614.

 

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