Ferguson still on top in Super League

In Kootenay Savings Super League play from last week, Rob Ferguson’s rink remained in first place with a nail-biting 4-3 victory.

In Kootenay Savings Super League play from last week, Rob Ferguson’s rink remained in first place with a nail-biting 4-3 victory over  Brad Morehouse and his young guns from Castlegar.

The game was tied at three with Ferguson holding last rock in the tenth. The Trail skip made no mistake hitting and sticking for a single point and the win.

5-N Plus, skipped by Fred Thomson from Nelson, continued their fine play of late as they had a close match with Desiree Schmidt’s rink from Fruitvale. This game teetered back and forth with many great shots made from both sides. The turning point came when Thomson scored three in the ninth end to win 10-7.

Ken Fines men’s squad from Trial picked up their second victory of the season, as they beat Russ Beauchamp’s Maglio’s  men’s foursome 10-3. Fines scored a big four-ender in the fifth frame to seize control of this game.

Myron Nichol and his West Kootenay Mechanical rink from Castlegar, got a couple of lucky breaks early in their game against Rose Beauchamp and the Maglio Ladies team, to build a 7-0 lead. Beauchamp made some good shots but could not recover from the early deficit and fell 8-3.

Super League continues Thursday at 7 p.m. at the Trail Curling Club.