Sunday November 23, 2014


Survey results are meant for general information only, and are not based on recognised statistical methods.

4-H curling qualifier in Estevan


(L-R) Coach John King, lead Riley Ingram, second David Charles, third Shelby King and skip Dylan Breault of the Crossroads 4-H Club took first in the senior division.

The Benson Beef 4-H Club hosted the District No. 1 4-H curling qualifier at the Power Dodge Curling Centre in Estevan on January 4.

In the senior division, the Crossroads 4-H Club finished first. The Outram-Madigan club was second and Benson came in third.

The Browning/Black Gold 4-H Club was first in the junior division, followed by Corning and Outram-Madigan.

The first place teams in each division will advance to districts in Arcola on January 25.




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