Week 4 curling results

Week 4 of Elk Valley Super League curling saw Ken's House of Curling alone at the top of the standings board

  • Nov. 11, 2011 11:00 a.m.

Gerry Kent from Ken’s House throwing his rock.

Week 4 of Elk Valley Super League curling saw Ken’s House of Curling alone at the top of the standings board as the only undefeated team with a 8 to 4 win over Coal Valley Motor Products. Kal Tire scored three in the eight and ran Sparwood Esso out  of rocks in the tenth to win their matchup 6 to 3. Elk Valley Bighorn Outfitters needed  an extra end to defeat Alpine Lumber 8 to 7 in a close matchup and Falkin’s Insurance with an 8 to 4 win over Manitoulin Transport. Games are 7 pm Monday nights at the  Sparwood Curling Club.



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