Morrin curlers win provincial gold
Morrin and Delia High Schools curling teams rocked their way to the final games at the Provincial Championships.
Mo r r in High School girls defended their Provincial title and brought home the gold. This was their second consecutive ASAA Provincial Gold Medal in Girls. Their final game was played against Dr. Folkins Community School from Chauvin, slipping in to win 8-7.
Skip Katie Primrose said, “An exciting game, we worked well as a team and never gave up. We were looking forward to winning and watching all our hard work pay off. We were ahead 4 points at the end of the sixth. Then Dr. Folkins rink scored 5 points, leaving us down one. Coming home with the hammer, we scored two and the
“An exciting game, we worked well as a team and
never gave up.
Katie Primrose Morrin High School
win. It was an intense game.”
Delia High School Boys rink also did well, winning silver medals. The team lost a closely played game to Strathcona High School from Edmonton.
Delia boys coach Barry Mason said, “These boys won 12 straight games on their road to the Provincials. They lost only by two points, but the game was tight, right from the beginning. It was the best played game strategically of all the finals played that day.”
Delia’s Assistant Coach Jason Reed spoke to The Mail, “Everything went well, for the boys to complete against such large schools. I was impressed on how well they contained their composure. Their level of maturity and sportsmanship is commendable.”
Morrin High School Girls curling team, (l-r): Katie Primrose, Amy Adams, Shelby Primrose, Kayla Adams, Coach Betty Primrose.
Delia High School Boys curling team, (l-r) Asst. Coach Jason Reed, Jared Mason, Levi Reed, Carter Reed, Alex Jaffray and Head Coach Barry Mason.