Jr Curling: Victoria rink takes BCs

Tardi went through the round robin 6-0 including an 11-7 victory over de Jong earlier in the week.

Victoria’s Cameron de Jong rink upset the undefeated Tyler Tardi foursome from Langley 10-5 to win the B.C. Junior Curling championship in Chilliwack on Tuesday.

Tardi went through the round robin 6-0 including an 11-7 victory over de Jong earlier in the week.

However, in Tuesday’s final De Jong scored three in the third then stole a pair in the seventh on his way to the championship, and a berth in the Canadian Junior Curling Championships, Jan. 18-26 in Liverpool, Nova Scotia.

The Beaver Valley rink of Justin Umpherville, Spenser Soukeroff, Kasey O’Hara, and Zack Howes finished in fifth place with a record of 2-5.

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