The Billy Barker Casino team went 1-1 in the last two weeks, and continue to lead the standings of the Quesnel Curling Sponsor League.(Cassidy Dankochik Photo - Quesnel Cariboo Observer)

Quesnel Sponsor League Curling: First blemish for Billy Barker

The team representing the casino and hotel is no longer undefeated but stays at the top of the table

The Billy Barker Casino team remains at the top of the Quesnel Sponsor League Curling standings as the teams wrapped up November play.

Billy Barker has a record of 6-1, while the Child Development Centre (CD) team is in second place at 5-2.

Wednesday, Nov. 11:

Fix Auto 7 – 3 Redz Shedz

Fix Auto took the lead in the first end and managed to keep it through seven ends. Redz Shedz had a chance to tie the game in the seventh but bumped Fix Auto in for the win.

Billy Baker Casino 9 – 4 Sky-Hi

After a close few ends, Billy Barker broke it open with a five-ender in the fourth and never looked back.

CDC 6 – 2 Service Electric

It took until the sixth end, but CDC flipped the switch on Service Electric with a steal for the win.

Wednesday, Nov. 18:

Sky-Hi Scaffolding 7 – 4 Fix Auto

Down 3-2 after four ends, Sky-Hi scored a big three in the fifth to go up 5-3. After giving up one in the sixth, Sky-Hi scored two in the seventh, keeping it clean in the eighth to win 7-4.

Redz Shedz 8 – 2 Service Electric

Tied at one after two ends, Redz Shedz made a hit and stick for three in the third. The electric boys hit a fast track in the pebble in the fourth on their final shot to go down 7-1. The teams shook hands after six ends.

CDC 6 – 4 Billy Baker Casino

No paydirt for the miners today. A perfectly-executed Jennifer Weagle tick in the final end was enough for them to fold their hands.

Wednesday, Nov. 25:

Service Electric 6 – 2 Fix Auto

Service Electric jumped out to a 5-1 lead after three ends. The teams exchanged singles in the next two ends. Fix Auto couldn’t get any traction and shook hands after six.

CDC 6 – 1 Sky-Hi Scaffolding

The kids came out to play today, chipping away at Sky-Hi for the win.

Billy Barker Casino 9 – 6 Redz Shedz 6

Tied at six after five ends, Billy Barker took control of the the game, scoring two in the sixth and stealing one in the seventh.

Standings:

Billy Baker: 6-1

CDC: 5-2

Fix Auto: 3-4

Service Electric: 3-4

Redz Shedz: 2-5

Sky-Hi: 2-5

READ MORE: Sweeping changes to curling during COVID-19 pandemic



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