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McCarville books a spot in the Scotties with a win over Burns in the Northern Ontario final Pi News

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Thunder Bay, Ont. Christa McCarville defeated Sudbury’s Christa Burns 6-4 to win the Northern Ontario Women’s Curling Championship and advance to next month’s national championships in Calgary.

The Scotties Tournament of Hearts is scheduled for February 16-25 at the WinSport Events Center.

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The teams were tied 2-2 after four ends, but McCarville hit a major in the fifth and then held Burns to one in the sixth. McCarville then had singles in the seventh and eighth, drove in Burns with a single in the ninth and walked him in the 10th.

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Vancouver Curling Club’s Clancy Grandy wins the BC Women’s Curling Championship with an 11-3 win over Kamloops’ Corrine Brown.

Grandy gave up a single in the end of the first, but scored five runs in the second and stole two in the third and fourth before going on to win the eighth.

WATCH Grandy vs. Brown in the BC Women’s Final:

BC Women’s Curling Championship Final: Brown vs. Grandy

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Edmonton’s Selena Sturmey had two steals in the 10th end to defeat Calgary’s Kayla Skrlik 6-5 to win the Alberta women’s curling championship.

The teams were tied 3-3 after six ends, with Skrlik taking a 5-3 lead in the eighth and Sturmay scoring a single in the ninth.

Winnipeg’s Caitlin Lowes defeats Beth Peterson 9-8 at the Manitoba Women’s Curling Championships.

Lowes led 6-3 after five threes and won when Winnipeg’s Peterson managed just one in the 10th.

Ottawa Hunt and Golf Club’s Danielle Inglis defeated Toronto’s High Park Club’s Carly Howard 8-7 in 11 ends to win the Ontario Women’s Provincial Championship.

Laurie St. Georges of Glenmore/Laval-sur-de-Lac defeated Noémie Verreault of Chicoutimi 8-4 to win the Quebec Women’s Curling Championship.

St. George scored twice in the third and fourth to take a 4-0 lead. The teams traded doubles in the fifth and sixth, and St. George stole one in the seventh to go up 7-2. Verreault scored twice in the eighth, but after St. George scored one in the ninth, the gloves came off for a handshake.

Charlottetown’s Jane Nicolina Wells DiCarlo defeated Amanda Colter 9-8 in No. 11 to win the PEI Women’s Curling Championship. Power led 7-6 after eight ends, but DiCarlo scored twice in the ninth to allow Power to tie the game at 8-8 in the 10th, then won with one out in the extra end.

In the Newfoundland and Labrador women’s provincial final, Stacey Curtis of St. John’s defeated Heather Strong, also of St. John’s, 11-8. In the ninth game, Curtis scored four points to close the gap at 8-7.

The Montana Men’s National Championships are scheduled for March 1-10 at the Brandt Center in Regina.

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Curlers are ready to put on a show at the Pan Continental Curling Championships in Lacombe, Alta

Curlers Darren Moulding, Chelsea Carey and Colin Hodgson are behind the successful bid for Lacombe, Alta. To host the 2024 Pan Continental Curling Championship. They plan to incorporate an athlete-first approach into every element of the event.

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