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11-29-16 01:37PM
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GNCC Club Playdowns

The Schenectady Curling Club is proud to host the GNCC Club National Playdowns from Dec. 8 to 11, 2016.

There will be 11 men's teams and 4 women's competing this year for the chance to represent our region at Nationals in March in Fairbanks, Alaska.

Men

Potomac: Brian Dauernheim, Melvin Shaw, Nicholas Datlowe, Adam Kapp
Plainfield: Frederick Dubberley, John Pantina, Justin Bruno, David Sharp
Broomstones: Benjamin Guzman, Andy McKellips, Mike Samson, Jim Fitzgerald
Charlotte: Jeremy Hozjan, Mario Tremblay, Christopher Gould, Frank Mogavero
Schenectady: Dan Machold, David Longbrake, Jon Pearson, Kirk Wallace
Plainfield: Ivaylo Petrov, John DeJong, Don Arsenault, Robert Young
Pittsburgh: Mark Robinson, Nicholas Visnich, Alex Visnich, Steve Buffington Pittsburgh
Ardsley: Martin Sather, Bill Stopera, Peter Austin, George Austin
Nutmeg: Ed Scimia, Michael Hope, Lawrence Bocchiere, Eric Sebastian
Albany: Bret Sentiwany, Robert Howells, Adam Weber, Michael Petersen, Roger Becker
Schenectady: Michael Stefanik, Charles Brown, Scott Brennan, Jack Stopera

Women

Ardsley: Yelizaveta Furman, Christi Freeman-Kirchner, Alice Yeh, Lynn Salmon
Schenectady: Christina Hall, Lisa Miller, Kim Berg, Kat Slye, Caitlin Janiszewski
Cape Cod: Krista Longnecker, Matina Heisler, Wendy Scholes, Marinna Martini
Schenectady: Andrea Warr, Meghan Muller, Laura Dolins, Joy Del-Sette

The women will play a double round robin while the men will be in two pools with the top two teams in each advancing to a playoff format.

Pool A
Sather
Robinson
Guzman
Dubberley
Hozjan

Pool B
Stefanik
Petrov
Dauernheim
Machold
Scimia
Sentiwany


The event will be added to CZ for scoring and webstream will be available on the Schenectady Curling Club Youtube channel.

Thanks,

Dion Warr
Site Co-Chair

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Just a bump to hopefully spur discussion.

Note that Team Sather is last year's US Club National Chmapions so they are the team to beat on the men's side.

The women's GNCC winner last season is not playing this year so the field is open with Team Longnecker having the most experience.

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On the men's side with most teams finishing 3 games, all teams have a win and packed tightly in both pools. This event off to a good start and should be exciting to watch going into the weekend.

Don't know many players on the women's side, but going into the second round of the double round robin, some pride should start to show and expect some close games.

Wish all the teams good curling from here on out.

Mark Mooney

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Is there still a rule that you had to be a member of the same club AND curl in a league there. Did the rule change? Just curious.

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As far as I know that is still the rule.

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"Event Eligibility: U.S. citizenship or residency is required. In addition to the USCA membership requirements in Section II, all team members must be dues-paying, league-playing members of the same USCA club. Each region (or state) should determine who is acting in good faith in claiming to be a league-playing club member and each qualifying entrant must comply with his or her regions ruling."

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Thanks. Last I checked, the vice on the women's winning team was a member at bucks county. Didn't think she was a member at ardsley, but I could be mistaken.

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Glad I'm not crazy. I saw a picture of the winning women's team on Twitter and I definitely though she was from Philly.

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Aren't those clubs close enough that if a curler lived between them they could be a member of both?

I can't believe with all the publicity anyone is trying to pull a fast one here.

Watched a couple of games on the webcast and the ice seemed pretty straight and maybe a little bit slow.

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Aren't those clubs close enough that if a curler lived between them they could be a member of both?

I can't believe with all the publicity anyone is trying to pull a fast one here.



I believe that entire team belongs to Philly. One or two of them may also curl as members at Bucks County - when Bucks first got started many of the Philly members were curling there for summer leagues.

EDIT: Nevermind, I got this event confused with another event - no Philly women's team in the playdowns. Tired and no coffee this morning.

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Ardsley's vice is a member of Bucks County and Ardsley. She curls in a Sunday league at Ardsley so she more than qualifies as an Ardsley member.

There is nothing wrong here and her team played great and won all their games to capture the championship and represent the region. Good on them!

Biterbar, we flooded over Thankgiving and the ice straightened out since. We are used to having better ice and were disappointed for this event. At least all the teams played on the same conditions.

Thanks,

Dion Warr
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Schenectady Curling Club

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ChiefIceMinion, a simple google search will confirm the rest of the team are all Ardsley members.

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Looks likely that the GNCC will get two spots for both men and women.

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In that case, our 2nd places teams were Team Heisler from Cape Cod and Team Stefanik from Schenectady.

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