meeting is at 8:15 Saturday morning
The single winner goes on to the national championship.
USCA rules of play govern play unless noted below.
10 ends with extra ends played as necessary. Practice time and rock color
are on the draw schedule.
practice begins 30 minutes prior to the scheduled draw time. Second
practice begins 20 minutes prior to the scheduled draw time. Practice is
9 minutes of delivery and sweeping. After practice, one player delivers a
Last Stone Draw (LSD). The team with the shortest distance has choice to
deliver first or second in the first end. Be sure to record the LSD as its
average (DSC) may be necessary for placement in the playoffs. Teams not
available for practice receive an LSD of 73 (inches). If LSD is a tie,
flip a coin for who gets choice of delivery.
post scores promptly after each end including the final end.
tie for first single game playoff at 10 am on Monday
tie for first two game playoff on Monday at 9 and 2. Team with lowest DSC gets bye to final.
team with best record is the winner