News from the Juniors
Three men’s teams and one women’s team remain undefeated after six draws of the M&M Meat Shops Canadian Junior Curling Championships in Napanee, Ontario.
Quebec, skipped by 17-year-old Félix Asselin of Montreal, has climbed into a share of the lead with Alberta’s 20-year-old Brendan Bottcher, both now at 3-0, through five draws of the M&M Meat Shops Canadian Junior Curling Championships in Napanee.
While it’s much too early to think playoffs, Alberta continues to put the hammer down at the M&M Meat Shops Canadian Junior Curling Championships in Napanee.
Both Alberta teams are unbeaten after the first day of competition at the M&M Meat Shops Canadian Juniors in Napanee.
Yukon’s Sarah Koltun of Whitehorse officially entered the record books on Saturday when she skipped her team to an 8-4 decision over Nova Scotia’s Emily Dwyer of Halifax in Draw 2 of the M&M Meat Shops Canadian Juniors in Napanee.
The M&M Meat Shops Canadian Juniors got underway Saturday morning in Napanee, Ontario, with games at both the Strathcona Paper Centre and the Napanee & District Curling Club.
by Adam Prudhomme (Napanee Beaver)….Yukon’s Thomas Scoffin and Manitoba’s Derek Oryniak, both curlers taking part in next week’s Canadian Juniors, can be forgiven if they haven’t been totally focused on Saturday’s opening draw.
The M&M Meat Shops Canadian Junior Men’s and Women’s Curling Championships begin Saturday in Napanee, Ontario.
By Adam Prudhomme (The Napanee Beaver)…..A pair of rookie skips will represent Ontario at next month’s M&M Meat Shops
By Meghan Balogh (The Napanee Guide)……Preparations are well underway for one of the year’s biggest curling events, which to delight of local curling fans will take place in Napanee next month.
By Adam Prudhomme (The Napanee Beaver)…..Curling teams typically take the last name of their skip to use as their competitive moniker, forcing fans
By Adam Prudhomme (The Napanee Beaver)….. All 26 rinks that will compete at next month’s M&M Meat Shops Canadian Junior Championships are
By Doug Graham – The Kingston Whig-Standard
When curler Thomas Scoffin comes to Napanee for the M&M Meat Shops Canadian Juniors next month, he will be the only skip with international experience from this season.
On top of world-class curling, there are two things that you can always count on when you visit Napanee: great hospitality and even better food!
The timing of the Napanee District Curling Club’s major makeover couldn’t have been better.