Curling standings deadlocked

Pair of rinks with identical records after nine draws in Haney Masters’ Curling League action

Two rinks are in a first place deadlock after nine draws in Haney Masters’ Curling League action at Golden Ears Winter Club.

The Eric Holler rink of Bob Asher, Chris English, and Les Hall were held to a tie by the Earl King rink.

The Bob Gooden rink, with third Terry Gregory, second Wayne Leech and lead Keith Thompson kept a share of top spot with an easy victory.

In the closest match of the day, Holler took a 7-2 lead by the fourth end only to see King’s rink of Steve Senko, Albert Stimpson and Mike Cavanagh come back to lead 7-6 by the fifth end.  Holler made a perfect last shot to go ahead 8-6, but King used his last rock to draw into the house for the tie.

Still in the hunt for first are the rinks of Ed Desjardins, Lorne Fletcher, and Gary Sawatsky.

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