Bauer 2-0 at Farmers Bonspiel

Defending champion Jeff Bauer improved to 2-0 in the 2012 Red Deer Farmers Bonspiel with an 8-0 win over Gerald Marshall Tuesday at the Red Deer Curling Centre.

Defending champion Jeff Bauer improved to 2-0 in the 2012 Red Deer Farmers Bonspiel with an 8-0 win over Gerald Marshall Tuesday at the Red Deer Curling Centre.

Also improving to 2-0 in Tuesday’s first two draws were rinks skipped by Keith Glover, Stuart Steele, Bill Brett, Dale McMullen, John Evans and Rob Purdie. The Farmers Bonspiel runs through Saturday, with all five event finals set for 1 p.m.

The Red Deer Farmerettes Bonspiel is running in conjunction with the Farmers ‘spiel for the first time ever and continued with one draw Tuesday. The Farmerettes event finals are slated for 7 p.m. Friday.

Tuesday’s scores:

Farmers

Noon — Murray Reay 8 Andy Belich 4; Stuart Steele 8 Fred Knight 7; Keith Glover 7 Gary Wagers 1; Tim Kreil 5 Ross Morrison 4; Dale McMullen 9 Len Ziegler 3; Murray Stringer 7 Darren LaGrange 3; Brian Bickley 8 Roy Jamieson 1; Bill Brett 6 Terry Silbernagel 4.

2:30 p.m. — Joey Gustavson 7 Victor Lawrence 2; Jeff Baeur 8 Gerald Marshall 0; Rob Purdie 9 Dale Stannard 0; John Evans 6 Clarence Martin 0; Larry Marshall 7 John Sahlin 1; Doug Radomski 6 Dave Neufeld 2; Jody Towers 7 Henry Rangen 2.

Farmerettes

5:30 p.m. — Kate Kosola 8 Sandy Phillips 7; Corinne Dixon 9 Linda Steele 3; Michelle Bradford 10 Jacquie Cummerford 9; Kim Lewis 10 Kerri Towers 0; Brenda Williams 8 Mary Verbunt 7; Corinne Lougheed 7 Dorothy Dixon 3; Mel Belich 7 Laurie Duncan 2; Gina Belich 6 Linda Dick 5.

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