Kamloops rinks have mixed results on day two of B.C. Curling Championships

By Earl Seitz
January 30, 2019 - 5:16pm

KAMLOOPS — There was a dramatic finish in an all Kamloops showdown at the B.C. Women's Curling Championship in Quesnel

Corryn Brown looked to have things in control after back to back steals for a 6-4 lead after seven ends.

Then after scoring one in the 8th, but losing the hammer, Karla Thompson stole the 9th and 10th ends to win 7-6 and improve to 2-and-0.

Both rinks were back on the ice this afternoon, where Thompson dropped to 2-and-1 with a loss, while Brown regrouped to win her game to go to 2-and-1.

On the men's side Tyler Klymchuk and his Kamloops rink dropped to 0-and-2 with an 8-6 loss to Josh Barry from Maple Ridge.

And Jim Cotter picked up his second win and will play the Montgomery rink from Victoria in an "A" event qualifier

 

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