McCarville remains in contention at Scotties
ST. CATHARINES, ONT. — Northern Ontario’s Krista McCarville beat the defending champs at the Canadian women’s curling championship Thursday to stay in the hunt for playoffs. McCarville downed the Chelsey Carey team from Calgary, 8-4, as Northern Ontario improved to 6-3 with two games remaining in the round robin. Carey, 7-2, was still in playoff territory. The top four teams after the final draw Friday morning get into the Page playoff. Ontario’s Rachel Homan (10-0) and Manitoba’s Michelle Englot (9-1) had already locked down two spots with Homan assured of a top-two finish. Quebec’s Eve Belisle was still in contention at 6-4.