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B.C. and New Brunswick keep their eyes on playoff positions

On the last day of round robin play at the 2013 Scotties Tournament of Hearts, all eyes were on playoff positions – especially the eyes of B.C.’s Kelly Scott and New Brunswick’s Andrea Crawford.

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B.C. moves up to fourth place after Draw 14 at the Scotties

When Draw 14 began on Thursday evening, B.C. and Saskatchewan were tied in the standings behind Manitoba, Ontario and Team Canada. By the end of Draw 14, Kelly Scott had moved alone into fourth place at the 2013 Scotties Tournament of Hearts.

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B.C.’s Scott back in winning form

For Kelly Scott and her B.C. squad, it was an opportunity to overcome a disappointing loss Tuesday night to Team Canada – partly due to a picked rock in the tenth end – and climb closer to the leaders in the standings. For PEI’s Suzanne Birt, it was an opportunity to extend the winning streak that started in Draw 5 after three losses to start the round robin.

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Nedohin makes it 6-0 for Team Canada

While Heather Nedohin’s Team Canada has been riding a wave of momentum, going 5-0 in the opening rounds of the 2013 Scotties Tournament of Hearts, B.C.’s Kelly Scott has been slowly working her way up in the standings, sitting 3-2 after a decisive 13-7 win over New Brunswick in afternoon play.

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Birt wins in high-scoring style

Both Suzanne Birt of Prince Edward Island and Stacie Devereaux of Newfoundland and Labrador came into the fifth draw of the Scotties Tournament of Hearts round robin still looking for a win.

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Manitoba rolls over B.C. in Draw Three action

In the first meeting of two former Scotties champions, Manitoba’s Jennifer Jones took control early and kept B.C.’s Kelly Scott chasing throughout a one-sided 10-4 game.

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Quebec rookies score big over Nova Scotia veterans

An experienced Nova Scotia team, featuring veterans Mary-Anne Arsenault, Kim Kelly and Colleen Jones – making her 21st appearance at the Scotties Tournament of Hearts –had their hands full in a 9-4 loss to rookie skip Allison Ross and her young team out of Quebec.

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Focus on Coaching: Gerry Richard and Jeanna Schraeder, a father-daughter team on the ice

Parents and coaches play important roles in the development of young curlers. While the coach provides technical know-how about strategy and skills, parents are often the fans behind the glass, making sure their child has the right equipment and a healthy snack before heading out on the ice. Working together, the team of coach and parent ensures the young curler is learning, developing, and having fun along the way.

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Scott’s Back in the Scotties for B.C.

When the top teams in women’s curling hit the ice February 16-24 in Kingston for the 2013 Scotties Tournament of Hearts, fans will see a familiar smiling face wearing British Columbia colours.

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Road to the Scotties – West Update

The second team to lock down a spot in the 2013 Scotties Tournament of Hearts was determined January 13 at the Fort Smith Curling Club in the Northwest Territories when Kerry Galusha played her way to another shot at the Canadian Women’s Curling Championship.

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Featured Curling Athlete: Jacquie Armstrong

When two-time Scotties Tournament of Hearts champion Kelly Scott decided her team needed a shakeup prior to the 2009 season, she scoured the British Columbia curling scene looking for a replacement for her long-time lead Renee Simons.

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Lethbridge Welcomes the World: Canada Update

Heather Nedohin’s tour of her home province will continue, after she and her Edmonton, Alberta rink of Beth Iskiw, Jessica Mair and Laine Peters won the 2012 Scotties Tournament of Hearts in Red Deer on Sunday, February 26 with a 7-6 final game win over British Columbia’s Kelly Scott.

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Albertans steamroll to 2012 Scotties Tournament of Hearts title

The wait had been interminable. Not only for Edmonton skip Heather Nedohin, but for all those observers who fingered her as a future national curling star as far back at the Nineties.

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B.C. moves within one win of Scotties title

Kelly Scott was rolling back the clock to more productive times Friday night at the Enmax Centrium. “It’s a feeling of complete confidence,” the diminutive 34-year-old Kelowna skip was saying

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Four-team playoffs set at Scotties

When all was said and done, the Scotties Tournament of Hearts round-robin results more or less reflected most pre-tournament predictions. Manitoba’s Jennifer Jones and her team of Kaitlyn Lawes, Jill Officer and Dawn Askin finished safely out front as predicted.

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