McCarville rink wins second straight in Sudbury
McCarville rink now 2-0 in their bid to capture a third straight Northern Ontario women's curling title.
Sarah Potts studies her shot on Saturday, Jan. 14, 2017 at Port Arthur Curling Club during the Major League of Curling playoffs (Leith Dunick, tbnewswatch.com).
SUDBURY – Team McCarville is 2-0 at the Northern Ontario Scotties, following a 5-3 win over Piper Crosier’s hometown Sudbury rink on Friday morning.
McCarville, the two-time defending provincial champion, scored one in the 10th with the hammer to put the match away and maintained top spot at the three-team event.
Her team, which includes lead Sarah Potts, second Ashley Sippala and third Kendra Lilly, took control of the Draw 3 game in the fifth end, scoring a deuce to break a 1-1 tie. Twice Croisier (0-2) pulled to within one, but McCarville struck back on both occasions.
McCarville will take on Fleury for the second time on Friday night. Croiser and Fleury tangle on Friday afternoon.
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