JONES: Three-way tiebreak determines playoffs in women's curling provincials
You can’t script a finish to a round-robin no-tiebreaker championship like the cracked, crazed, kooky, wacky way it worked out Saturday afternoon in the final draw in Grande Prairie.We apologize, but this video has failed to load. Try refreshing your browser, ortap here to see other videos from our team.
It was a showdown for first. And it ended up being decided by a bunch of little measurements and some math.
It was for 6-0 Casey Scheidegger, of Lethbridge, against 5-1 Kelsey Rocque, of Edmonton, with Scheidegger leading Rocque by two going into the 10th end.
Laura Walker, of Edmonton, had just finished up her round robin three sheets over with an 8-4 win over Selina Sturmay to earn a 6-1 record and hung around to watch the final end of Scheidegger against Rocque.
The Bridge City crew blew it and left Rocque with an easy takeout for three after a hogged rock earlier in the end by Team Scheidegger, and the skip’s own last rock miss to win it 7-6.
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