Logjam in the Masters Curling League

Three teams battling for second place as Wednesday's action creates tight race.

The Haney Masters Curling League threatens to become even more exciting with three teams tied for second spot after Wednesday morning’s draw.

Earl ‘The Curl’ King, (B. Nelson, A. Melissen and Al Goldberg), Bill “Big Dog” McDowell (R. Hill,  S. Nielson,  C. Wells), and Jack  ‘The Stickman’ Stadel (H. McIntrye, K. Skene, C. Lilley) are crowded into second spot like three rocks around the four foot.

Peter ‘The Kurler’ Koehler (C. English. W. Menkveld, N. Sulz) sits on the button, nervously waiting for the log jam to break.

Other winners in the Wednesday tilt, besides the aforementioned triumvirate in the two slot, were Peter England and the Enigmatics (B. Seminoff, P. Darbyshire, R. Baird) and The Gary Sawatsky Sliders (C. McCafferty, J. Jacobs, D. Christensen).

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