News from the Mixed
Sylvie Robichaud of Curling Beausejour in Moncton grabbed the final playoff spot at the Canadian Mixed curling championship in Sudbury.
Tension filled the air in this afternoon’s Draw 17 at the Canadian Mixed in Sudbury.
Mike Assad had to win two games today to be in the hunt for a semi final berth at the Canadian Mixed curling
Kurt Balderston of Grande Prairie, Alberta has clinched the bye to the Saturday’s championship final following an 8-5 win over Ontario’s Mark Homan.
Jason Ackerman moved into a four way tie for second place after the completion of Draw 14 at the Canadian Mixed in Sudbury.
Nunavut’s Ed Sattelberger of the Iqaluit CC won that territory’s first ever game at a CCA championship.
Nunavut’s Ed Sattelberger hung tough with the round robin leader Alberta in the 12th draw of the Canadian Mixed curling championship in Sudbury. The winless Iqaluit skip was down three points playing the 9th end against Kurt Balderston only
Grande Prairie’s Kurt Balderston and squad continued their hot play at the Canadian Mixed curling championship in Sudbury. In a prairie battle, Alberta stopped 2009 Canadian Mixed champ Sean Grassie 7-6 in a game with many stones in
Alberta’s Kurt Balderston and Saskatchewan’s Jason Ackerman now share the lead at the Canadian Mixed curling championship in Sudbury. Balderston came out on top of a Draw 10 showdown with New Brunswick’s Sylvie Robichaud.
Moncton’s Sylvie Robichaud, who survived a tough Monday schedule splitting games with Manitoba and PEI at the 49th Canadian Mixed curling championship in Sudbury, is alone in first place.
The 2009 Canadian Mixed champion Sean Grassie of the Deer Lodge CC in Winnipeg handed previously unbeaten Sylvie Robichaud her first loss in draw seven at the Canadian Mixed Curling Championship in Sudbury.
The New Brunswick foursome led by Sylvie Robichaud of Curling Beausejour in Moncton survived a long opening weekend of curling with a perfect 5-0 record following a 10-2 victory over Nunavut’s Ed Sattelberger (0-4) of the Iqaluit CC. Robichaud opened
Sylvie Robichaud, the only female skip at this edition of the Canadian Mixed, continued her winning ways leading her Moncton based squad to a fourth consecutive victory edging the previously unbeaten team from Ontario. Robichaud scored
Saskatchewan’s Jason Ackerman of Regina stole his way to a 3-0 record with an extra end win over Northern Ontario skip Mike Assad of the Fort William CC in Thunder Bay. Ackerman now shares the lead at the Canadian Mixed in Sudbury with
New Brunswick skip Sylvie Robichaud from Curling Beausejour in Moncton leads the pack at the Canadian Mixed in Sudbury. Robichaud reeled off three consecutive wins Saturday to lead the field alone at 3-0. In round 3,