CURLING SUPERLEAGUE DLE back on track, Centerline outdeals Billy Barker gang

Everything seemed to fall in place Wednesday night on Sheet B as the Douglas Lake Equipment foursome found themselves on the right side of a 7-1 win against the Karin’s Deli crew.

  • Jan. 27, 2011 10:00 a.m.

Everything seemed to fall in place Wednesday night on Sheet B as the Douglas Lake Equipment foursome found themselves on the right side of a 7-1 win against the Karin’s Deli crew.

DLE took the opportunity to celebrate the return of hop-a-long Herb, their fearless third to put the early pressure on Karin’s Deli.

With the lead, DLE never took their foot off the gas as they raced to a convincing win over the Deli gang.

Over on sheet E the Centerline Collision Crew outdealt the Billy Barker Casino foursome as they buffed out an easy 9-2 win.

Billy Barker started off strong as they counted two in the first end.

However, from there it was downhill all the way as Centerline responded with nine unanswered points.

The Investor’s Group foursome maintained their winning form on sheet A with a 9-7 win over Fraser River GM.

The GM foursome snatched defeat from the jaws of victory in the eighth when their last rock picked and over-curled the target which allowed the Investors sweepers to make what some called an unlikely comeback.

Sheet C saw a close game as JAR Transportation squeaked by Macro Industries by a score of 7-6.

The JAR foursome relied on opportunity as they took advantage of early misses by the Macro gang.

Despite the close score, all agreed JAR coasted to the 7-6 win after seven ends and James was a major contributor to the loss for Macro.

The A&W foursome outpaced the Cariboo Pulp and Paper crew on sheet D with a 9-5 win.

After four ends the game was tied 3-3, but A&W stole two points in the fifth end and then scored two points for every one point earned by the Pulp and Paper gang.

On sheet F, Child Development Centre could do no wrong, leaving Babcon little opportunity to come back.

CDC won the game 5-2.