2011 Twin Anchors Invitational

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2011 Twin Anchors Invitational
Host city Vernon, British Columbia
Arena Vernon Curling Club
Dates September 29 – October 3
Men's winner Alberta Robert Schlender
Curling club Edmonton, Alberta
Skip Robert Schlender
Third Chris Lemishka
Second Darcy Hafso
Lead Don Bartlett
Finalist British Columbia Brent Pierce
Women's winner Alberta Amy Nixon
Curling club Calgary, Alberta
Skip Amy Nixon
Third Bronwen Webster
Second Carolyn Darbyshire
Lead Chelsey Matson
Finalist Alberta Lisa Eyamie

The 2011 Twin Anchors Invitational was held from September 29 to October 3 at the Vernon Curling Club in Vernon, British Columbia as part of the 2011–12 World Curling Tour. The women's event, held in a round-robin format, began on September 29 and concluded on October 2, and the men's event, held in a triple-knockout format, began on September 30 and concluded on October 3. The purses for the men's and women's were CAD$27,000 (due to the lack of entries) and CAD $35,000, respectively.

Men[edit]

Teams[edit]

Skip Third Second Lead Locale
Sean Beighton Andrew Ernst Sam Galey Mac Guy Washington (state) Seattle, Washington
Jim Cotter Kevin Folk Tyrel Griffith Rick Sawatsky British Columbia Kelowna/Vernon, British Columbia
Mike Johnson (fourth) Chris Baier Jay Wakefield (skip) John Cullen British Columbia New Westminster, British Columbia
Bryan Kedziora Ron Leech Mike Goerz Dwayne Uyede British Columbia Maple Ridge, British Columbia
Tyler Klymchuk Dylan Somerton Michael Horitz Rhys Gamache British Columbia British Columbia
Kevin Koe Pat Simmons Carter Rycroft Nolan Thiessen Alberta Edmonton, Alberta
Yusuke Morozumi Tsuyoshi Yamaguchi Tetsuro Shimizu Kosuke Morozumi Japan Karuizawa, Japan
Trevor Perepolkin Ryan LeDrew Tyler Orme Chris Anderson British Columbia Vernon, British Columbia
Jeff Richard (fourth) Brent Pierce (skip) Kevin Recksiedler Grant Dezura British Columbia New Westminster, British Columbia
Dean Ross Don DeLair Chris Blackwell Steve Jensen Alberta Calgary, Alberta
Robert Schlender Chris Lemishka Darcy Hafso Don Bartlett Alberta Edmonton, Alberta
Alexey Tselousov Andrey Drozdov Alexey Stukalsky Aleksey Kamnev Russia Moscow, Russia
Markku Uusipaavalniemi Toni Anttila Kasper Hakunti Joni Ikonen Finland Helsinki, Finland
Jessi Wilkinson Neal Woloschuk Cody Bartlett Curtis Der Alberta Edmonton, Alberta
Darren Nelson (fourth) Brad Wood (skip) Darin Gerow Cal Jackson British Columbia Vernon, British Columbia
Brent Yamada Corey Sauer Brian Fisher Lance Yamada British Columbia Kamloops, British Columbia

Results[edit]

A Event[edit]

First Knockout Qualifier 1
Alberta Kevin Koe 9  
British Columbia Tyler Klymchuk 3     Alberta Kevin Koe 8  
British Columbia Trevor Perepolkin 7     British Columbia Trevor Perepolkin 1  
Alberta Dean Ross 5       Alberta Kevin Koe 5
Finland Markku Uusipaavalniemi 4       Alberta Jessi Wilkinson 1
British Columbia Bryan Kedziora 2     Finland Markku Uusipaavalniemi 5
British Columbia Brent Yamada 4     Alberta Jessi Wilkinson 8    
Alberta Jessi Wilkinson 7  
First Knockout Qualifier 2
British Columbia Jim Cotter 5  
Japan Yusuke Morozumi 4     British Columbia Jim Cotter 7  
Washington (state) Sean Beighton 2     British Columbia Brent Pierce 3  
British Columbia Brent Pierce 5       British Columbia Jim Cotter 1
Alberta Robert Schlender 6       Alberta Robert Schlender 7
British Columbia Jay Wakefield 0     Alberta Robert Schlender 7
British Columbia Brad Wood 1     Russia Alexey Tselousov 4    
Russia Alexey Tselousov 4  

B Event[edit]

Second Knockout Qualifier 3
     
        Russia Alexey Tselousov 6  
British Columbia Tyler Klymchuk 3     Alberta Dean Ross 5  
Alberta Dean Ross 6       Russia Alexey Tselousov 5  
          British Columbia Brent Pierce 4  
        British Columbia Brent Pierce 7  
British Columbia Bryan Kedziora 3     British Columbia Brent Yamada 1  
British Columbia Brent Yamada 5       Russia Alexey Tselousov 11
          British Columbia Jim Cotter 5
             
             
               
               
                 
                 
     
Second Knockout Qualifier 4
     
        Finland Markku Uusipaavalniemi 3  
Japan Yusuke Morozumi 6     Japan Yusuke Morozumi 8  
Washington (state) Sean Beighton 5       Japan Yusuke Morozumi 2  
          British Columbia Trevor Perepolkin 5  
        British Columbia Trevor Perepolkin 4  
British Columbia Jay Wakefield 2     British Columbia Brad Wood 3  
British Columbia Brad Wood 7       British Columbia Trevor Perepolkin 5
          Alberta Jessi Wilkinson 3
             
             
               
               
                 
                 
     

C Event[edit]

Third Knockout Qualifier 5
British Columbia Tyler Klymchuk 6  
British Columbia Bryan Kedziora 7     British Columbia Bryan Kedziora 3  
        Japan Yusuke Morozumi 6  
          Japan Yusuke Morozumi 2
Finland Markku Uusipaavalniemi 1       British Columbia Jim Cotter 6
British Columbia Brad Wood 6     British Columbia Brad Wood 4
        British Columbia Jim Cotter 6    
     
Third Knockout Qualifier 6
Washington (state) Sean Beighton 5  
British Columbia Jay Wakefield 6     British Columbia Jay Wakefield 0  
        British Columbia Brent Pierce 5  
          British Columbia Brent Pierce 8
Alberta Dean Ross 6       Alberta Dean Ross 5
British Columbia Brent Yamada 3     Alberta Dean Ross 6
        Alberta Jessi Wilkinson 4    
     

Playoffs[edit]

Quarterfinals Semifinals Final
     
        Alberta Kevin Koe 4  
British Columbia Brent Pierce 6     British Columbia Brent Pierce 5  
Russia Alexey Tselousov 1       British Columbia Brent Pierce 3
          Alberta Robert Schlender 5
        Alberta Robert Schlender 5
British Columbia Trevor Perepolkin 2     British Columbia Jim Cotter 4    
British Columbia Jim Cotter 8  

Women[edit]

Teams[edit]

Skip Third Second Lead Locale
Nicole Backe Rachelle Kallechy Lindsae Page Kelsi Jones British Columbia Vancouver, British Columbia
Sarah Wark (fourth) Michelle Allen Roselyn Craig (skip) Megan Montgomery British Columbia Duncan, British Columbia
Delia DeJong Jessica Monk Amy Janko Aisha Veiner Alberta Grande Prairie, Alberta
Lisa Eyamie Maria Bushell Jodi Marthaller Kyla MacLachlan Alberta Calgary, Alberta
Diane Foster Vicki Sjolie Judy Pendergast Cheryl Meek Alberta Calgary, Alberta
Satsuki Fujisawa Miyo Ichikawa Emi Shimizu Miyuki Satoh Japan Karuizawa, Japan
Jessie Kaufman Nicky Kaufman Amanda Coderre Stephanie Enright Alberta Edmonton, Alberta
Amy Nixon* Bronwen Webster Carolyn Darbyshire Chelsey Matson Alberta Calgary, Alberta
Patti Knezevic Brenda Garvey Chelan Cotter Rhonda Camozzi British Columbia Prince George, British Columbia
Alyssa Kyllo Amy Edwards Zetteh Gunner Shayna Doll British Columbia Vernon, British Columbia
Kelley Law Shannon Aleksic Kirsten Fox Dawn Suliak British Columbia New Westminster, British Columbia
Kristy Lewis Marilou Richter Michelle Ramsay Sandra Comadina British Columbia Vancouver, British Columbia
Marla Mallett Darah Provencal Steph Jackson Kelly Shimizu British Columbia New Westminster, British Columbia
Allison MacInnes Grace MacInnes Diane Gushulak Amanda Brennan British Columbia Kamloops, British Columbia
Morgan Muise Lyndsay Wegmann Sarah Horne Michelle Collin Alberta Calgary, Alberta
Liudmila Privivkova Anna Sidorova Nkeiruka Ezekh Ekaterina Galkina Russia Moscow, Russia
Jen Rusnell Kristen Fewster Blaine Richards Amber Cheveldave British Columbia Prince George, British Columbia
Casey Scheidegger Kalynn Park Jessie Scheidegger Joelle Horn Alberta Lethbridge, Alberta
Desirée Schmidt Brittany Palmer Heather Nichol Courtney Schmidt British Columbia Trail, British Columbia
Kelly Scott Dailene Sivertson Sasha Carter Jacquie Armstrong British Columbia Kelowna, British Columbia
Renée Sonnenberg Lawnie MacDonald Kristie Moore Rona Pasika Alberta Grande Prairie, Alberta
Valerie Sweeting Leslie Rogers Joanne Taylor Rachelle Pidherny Alberta Edmonton, Alberta
Karla Thompson Roberta Kuhn Christen Crossley Kristen Gentile British Columbia Kamloops, British Columbia
Olga Zyablikova Ekaterina Antonova Victorya Moiseeva Galina Arsenkina Russia Moscow, Russia

*Amy Nixon was substituted as skip in place of Shannon Kleibrink, and Bronwen Webster moved to third. Alternate Carolyn Darbyshire took Webster's place at second.

Round Robin Standings[edit]

Pool A W L
Russia Liudmila Privivkova 5 0
Alberta Valerie Sweeting 4 1
British Columbia Kristy Lewis 3 2
Alberta Delia DeJong 1 4
British Columbia Desirée Schmidt 1 4
British Columbia Nicole Backe 1 4
Pool B W L
Russia Olga Zyablikova 5 0
British Columbia Kelley Law 4 1
Alberta Jessie Kaufman 2 2
British Columbia Patti Knezevic 2 3
Alberta Casey Scheidegger 2 3
British Columbia Roselyn Craig 0 5
Pool C W L
Alberta Renée Sonnenberg 5 0
Alberta Amy Nixon 4 1
Japan Satsuki Fujisawa 3 2
Alberta Diane Foster 1 4
British Columbia Allison MacInnes 1 4
British Columbia Jen Rusnell 1 4
Pool D W L
British Columbia Kelly Scott 4 1
Alberta Lisa Eyamie 3 2
British Columbia Marla Mallett 3 2
Alberta Morgan Muise 2 3
British Columbia Karla Thompson 2 3
British Columbia Alyssa Kyllo 1 4

Playoffs[edit]

Quarterfinals Semifinals Final
Alberta Renée Sonnenberg 7  
Alberta Lisa Eyamie 9     Alberta Lisa Eyamie 7  
Alberta Valerie Sweeting 7     Alberta Valerie Sweeting 4  
Russia Olga Zyablikova 4       Alberta Lisa Eyamie 3
Russia Liudmila Privivkova 8       Alberta Amy Nixon 8
British Columbia Kelley Law 4     Russia Liudmila Privivkova 2
British Columbia Kelly Scott 5     Alberta Amy Nixon 6    
Alberta Amy Nixon 6  

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