Super League Curling

Titans meet between the sheets.

  • Jan. 28, 2014 11:00 a.m.

The Curling Club was super busy on Wednesday, playing host to super heroes and super villains in titanic clashes and historic crashes.

A&W beat back Karin’s Deli in an epic battle that left egos shaken and boots quaking.

Karin’s Deli came out strong, scoring two in the first, but it was all down hill after that. A&W scored five in the second and shook hands after six, taking the game 10-3. A&W and Billy Barker are tied with a 10-3 record going into the final week of regular season.

Investors group slew the mighty Billy Barker, causing much weeping and gnashing of teeth.

Investors kept on rolling with their first win in a row over the grief stricken Billy squad. Tears were shed more than once as the Investors beat Billy 6-3. A couple more wins and Investors could be back at .500.

CDC came out on top after a valiant struggle against Willis Harper.

Harper had a hit in the second for five, but over-curled and CDC stole one. It was a close game with point traded back and forth, with CDC coming out on top, 5-2.

Sky Hi reached unattainable heights to vanquish the Quesnel Golf Course.

Sky Hi Scaffolding finally won on sheet E with a last rock victory over the Quesnel Golf Course, 9-5.

Next week concludes the regular/super season.

 

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