[[1:32.7668]] CHAMPION: Galusha Wins 2018 Royal LePage Women's Fall Classic

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CHAMPION: Galusha Wins 2018 Royal LePage Women's Fall Classic

Nov 1 - 4, 2018

Yellowknife, Northwest Territories
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SKIP
Kerry
Galusha

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Third
Sarah
Koltun

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Second
Brittany
Tran

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Lead
Shona
Barbour

 
Games: 7  
Record: 6W - 1L  
PF/G: 7.36  
PA/G: 6.23  
Hammer Efficiency: 0.23  
Steal Defense: 0.35  
Force Efficiency: 0.64  
Steal Efficiency: 0.41  
Kerry Galusha (Yellowknife, NT) won 5-3 over Mary-Anne Arsenault (Halifax, NS) in the Final To advance to the championship game, Galusha won 7-6 over Jestyn Murphy (Mississauga, ON) in the semifinals of the 2018 Royal LePage Women's Fall Classic in Kemptville, Ontario, Canada; and won 5-4 over Danielle Inglis (Etobicoke, ON) in the quarterfinals. of the 2018 Royal LePage Women's Fall Classic in Kemptville, Ontario, Canada;
 
Galusha finished 3-1 in the 23 team Royal LePage Women's Fall Classic qualifying round, held November 1 - 4, 2018 at the North Grenville Curling Club in Kemptville, Canada. In their opening game, Galusha defeated Emma Wallingford (Ottawa, ON) 7-6, then won 8-3 against Selina Witschonke (Luzern, SUI). Galusha went on to lose 6-1 against Murphy. Galusha responded with a 6-5 win over Chrissy Cadorin (Toronto, TOR) in their final qualifying round match.
 
For winning the Royal LePage Women's Fall Classic Championship title, Galusha earned 32.767 world rankings points along with the $6,000CDN first prize cheque. Galusha move up 39 spots after posting a net gain of 31.269 points improving upon their best 5 results so far this season, ranking 60th overall with 66.869 total points on the World Ranking Standings. Galusha ranks 36th overall on the Year-to-Date rankings with 56.377 points earned so far this season.
 

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