Fun and games at weekly curling sponsor league

Century 21, Service Electric and Sky-Hi Scaffoldings win at this week’s curling sponsor league

On Dec. 13, Quesnel Curling Club’s sponsor league continued with three games.

Century 21 took on Quesnel Lawn Care, and players commented: “Century 21 came out of the weeds and clipped the Lawn Care specialists with a three-ender in the seventh to secure a 7-3 victory in a close game right to the end.”

Service Electric came out on top in its game against Team Child Development Centre, but just barely.

The comments read: “Service Electric came out fully charged, scoring two in the first. Then the Kids pulled the plug on them, scoring the next six points, but Service would not be fooled by this child’s play and came out on top with an exciting 8-7 win.”

Finally, Ski-Hi Scaffolding beat Karin’s Deli 9-4.

“Ski-Hi got off to a good start with a series of steals. The game was otherwise hard fought, leading to a solid win for Sky-Hi.”

The league plays every Wednesday night at the Quesnel Curling Club.

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