Monday November 24, 2014


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Carlyle hosts juvenile curling provincials


Many of Saskatchewan's top young curling teams were at the Carlyle Curling Club from March 13 to 16 for the provincial juvenile championships.

Champions were crowned in men's, women's and open categories.

Chaelynn Kitz's rink, competing out of the Oxbow Curling Club, went 4-3 in the women's event, and reached the provincial final. She won her first three games, and won the A final qualifier in the process.

Kitz opened the tournament by defeating Hanley's Hanna Anderson 9-4 in seven ends and Herbert's McAyla Krauchek 11-0 in five ends. Then Kitz defeated Regina's Kaitlyn Jones 9-4 in seven ends in the A final.

Kitz continued to curl in the B and C events. She lost 7-2 in seven ends to Anderson in the B semi-final, recovered to defeat Saskatoon's Jenna Golanowski 8-6 in the C event, but lost 7-2 to Jones in the C final.

Jones beat Kitz 5-3 in the provincial final. Jones stole single points in the fifth and sixth ends to take a 4-1 lead. Kitz pulled within a point with two in the seventh, but Kitz scored one in the eighth and final end for the victory.

Other members of the Kitz rink were lead Halynne Lamontague, second Amy Cameron and third Taylor Marcotte.

In the juvenile men's final, Maryfield's Brayden Stewart defeated Regina's Kevin Haines 4-1 in seven ends, while Regina's Tyson Williamson beat Debden's Darin Gustafson 7-4 in seven ends in the open final.




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