Curling Sponsor League still at it

The Wednesday night crew continues to battle it out

The Curling Sponsor League hosted three games Wednesday (Dec. 6), as the group continues its weekly competition.

Team Child Development Centre challenged Billy Barker Casino and won 5-2.

“It was an aggressive game, with full utilization of the four-rock free guard – but CDC was quick to beat Billy to the house, resulting in four stolen ends,” said the game sheet.

Quesnel Lawn Care beat Service Electic 8-6: “Service Electric came out strong with four in the first end.

“That was answered by three in the second by Quesnel Lawn Care. Some serious back and forth and a couple of steals by QLC had the team up one without the hammer.

“Bad luck on a hit and roll with Service Electric’s last rock left QLC laying one and that was all she wrote,” the teams commented.

And Century 21 won against Karin’s Deli 10-5.

“Century 21 started out strong with a five-ender and stayed strong until the sixth, when Karin’s came back with a four-point end after the skip made a great last shot takeout.”

The fun continues tonight (Dec. 13).

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