[[1:38.3033]] CHAMPION: Howard Wins 2019 Stu Sells 1824 Halifax Classic

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CHAMPION: Howard Wins 2019 Stu Sells 1824 Halifax Classic

Nov 14 - 17, 2019

Penetanguishene, Ontario
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SKIP
Glenn
Howard

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Third
Scott
Howard

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Second
David
Mathers

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Lead
Tim
March

 
Games: 7  
Record: 6W - 1L  
PF/G: 9.35  
PA/G: 5.43  
Hammer Efficiency: 0.45  
Steal Defense: 0.10  
Force Efficiency: 0.50  
Steal Efficiency: 0.32  
Glenn Howard (Penetanguishene, ON) won 5-4 over Jamie Murphy (Halifax, NS) in the Final To advance to the championship game, Howard won 6-5 over Bruce Mouat (Edinburgh, SCO) in the semifinals of the 2019 Stu Sells 1824 Halifax Classic in Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada; and won 8-3 over Brent MacDougall (Halifax, NS) in the quarterfinals. of the 2019 Stu Sells 1824 Halifax Classic in Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada;
 
Howard finished 3-1 in the 20 team Stu Sells 1824 Halifax Classic qualifying round, held November 14 - 17, 2019 at the Halifax Curling Club in Halifax, Canada. In their opening game, Howard lost 6-4 to Fredrik Nyman (Stockholm, SWE), then responded with a 7-2 win over Kevin Ouellette (Halifax, NS). Howard won 7-0 against Michael Fournier (Montreal, QC), then won 6-5 against Cameron Bryce (Stirling, SCO) in their final qualifying round match.
 
For winning the Stu Sells 1824 Halifax Classic Championship title, Howard earned 38.303 world rankings points along with the $11,000CDN first prize cheque. Howard move up 1 spots after posting a net gain of 4.078 points improving upon their best 5 results so far this season, ranking 12th overall with 299.447 total points on the World Ranking Standings. Howard ranks 16th overall on the Year-to-Date rankings with 122.838 points earned so far this season.
 

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