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Teams Ballard, Cotter claim Optimist BC U18 championships

Team Ballard came through with steals of one in each of the final two ends to edge Team McCrady 4-3 to claim the Optimist BC U18 Boys Curling Championship in Salmon Arm on Sunday afternoon. [Read more…]

Optimist U18 finals set for Sunday

A very familiar name will attempt to slide off with a provincial championship at the Salmon Arm Curling Club on Sunday. [Read more…]

Daniels, Meister team up to win BC Mixed Doubles championships

A second chance was all Megan Daniels and Nick Meister needed as the Delta Thistle/Langley duo avenged a previous loss to Carley Sandwith and Cameron de Jong to claim the BC Mixed Doubles Curling Championship in Cranbrook on Sunday. [Read more…]

Sanders, Lepine teams claim BC Masters crowns

Pat Sanders keeps adding to her titles. [Read more…]

Brier experience still wonderful for short-handed Team Geall

Sure, playing the seedings pool of the 2018 Tim Hortons Brier, presented by Mosaic, in Regina with just three men wasn’t ideal, but it is something Sean Geall and his B.C. men’s championship team will long remember. [Read more…]

Team Tardi wins World Junior Championship gold

British Columbia has a world champion. [Read more…]

Team Tardi going for gold at World Junior Curling Championships

Tyler Tardi and his Langley-based team will walk away from the World Junior Curling Championships in Aberdeen, Scotland, with at least a silver medal. [Read more…]

Team Tardi advances to World Junior semi-final vs. U.S.

Tyler Tardi and his Langley-based team has advanced to the semi-finals of the World Junior Curling Championships in Aberdeen, Scotland, where the B.C. and Canadian champions will meet the United States. [Read more…]

Team Tardi records tidy win over Korea

An opening six-ender propelled Team Tardi to an easy 10-3 victory over Korea in just six ends at the World Junior Curling Championships in Aberdeen, Scotland on Wednesday, improving Canada’s record to 5-2 in the international event. [Read more…]

Team Tardi splits pair of games on Tuesday at World Juniors

A 7-5 loss to China was followed up with an 8-7 extra-end win over Norway on Tuesday as Tyler Tardi’s Langley-based team saw its record at the World Junior Curling Championships in Aberdeen, Scotland, sit at 4-2 after Tuesday play. [Read more…]

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