'Moving day' at curling championshipFriday, February 14, 2014 by: SooToday.com Staff
SAULT COLLEGE ATHLETICS
In the mixed division, Humber led by skip Kyle Mills looked to stay undefeated and didn’t disappoint as they won both contests to sit 3-0 heading into the last day of round robin.
Kyle Hinsken’s Algonquin squad as well as Mohawk’s Wes Steen rink sit tied in second at 2-1.
On the women’s side, the host Sault College Cougars led by Megan St. Amand sit at 4-1 joined by Megan Van Huyse’s Seneca Sting and Shannon Kee’s Fanshawe Falcons in a three way tie for first.
Mohawk College sits second with a 3-2 record with two draws left to play.
Both Chris Glibota’s Sault rink and Kelly Schuh’s Fanshawe squad are atop the leaderboard in men’s; both teams sport 4-1 records and still have to play each other on the last draw of the round robin.
They are followed closely by Fleming, Humber and Mohawk with 3-2 marks as the ultra-competitive men’s division will play two draws Saturday.
Action heats up on Saturday as all teams are still vying for playoff spots and a coveted place in the medal rounds.
All draws are held at Soo Curlers and live end by end action can be found on the Cougars website at www.saultcollege.ca/services/athletics or follow competition on Saultsports.com.
Top teams from this week’s provincials will qualify for the Canadian Collegiate Athletic Association National Championship hosted by Sault College March 19-22 at the Soo Curlers Club.
For information on CCAA Nationals contact Sault College Athletics at email@example.com