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M: Lupus ALPACA Spiel
Blaine, MN
Teams | Scores | Standings | Playoffs
Recent Games:
Martin Final
Brickey (1)
Hodgson 10  Final
Rodawig (2)
Jacobs Final
Strack (1)
Carey Final
Rodawig 11  (2)
Howard Final
Sherry 10  (2)
Shuster 13  Final
Brickey (2)
Moulding Final
Isdahl 12  (2)
Martin Final
Sidney (1)
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Steve Laycock

Age: 37
Born: Yorkton, SK
Resides: Saskatoon, SK
Throws: Right
Profession: Compensation Specialist, University of Saskatchewan
High School: Yorkton Regional High School
College/University: University of Saskatchewan
In Own Words:
got started curling with my mom/dad, and brothers in a family league in Saltcoats. I enjoy curling because of the sense of community and friendship there is between the competitors. I also enjoy the mental aspects of the game and that you can win by out-thinking your opponent.[cr][lf][cr][lf]Away from the ice I enjoy playing slo-pitch and being outdoors and spending summers actually having time to see my friends.[cr][lf]
Curling Highlights:
2003 Canadian and World Junior Champion[cr][lf]2006 Canadian University Champion[cr][lf]2007, 2008, and 2011 Saskatchewan Provincials Mens Champion[cr][lf]2008 Ford Hot Shot Winner[cr][lf]2010 Olympic Trials Participant[cr][lf]
Junior Highlights:
1998 Juvenile (17 and under) Provincial Champion[cr][lf]5 time Provincial Junior Competitor winning in 2003[cr][lf]

Curling Scores

M: Lupus ALPACA Spiel
Blaine, MN
Teams | Scores | Standings | Playoffs
Recent Games:
Martin Final
Brickey (1)
Hodgson 10  Final
Rodawig (2)
Jacobs Final
Strack (1)
Carey Final
Rodawig 11  (2)
Howard Final
Sherry 10  (2)
Shuster 13  Final
Brickey (2)
Moulding Final
Isdahl 12  (2)
Martin Final
Sidney (1)
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