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Alberta Scotties: Curling team with Cochrane ties eyes win in Friday matchup

Team Crough is searching for a win at their 2 p.m. matchup against Edmonton's Team Pierce today after losing both games yesterday ( Jan. 6).
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Team Crough, with Cochrane curler Julianna MacKenzie, are still holding their fourth-place position in the Alberta Scotties in Grande Prairie. (William Vavrek Photography/Facebook)

Team Crough is searching for a win at their 2 p.m. matchup against Edmonton's Team Pierce today after losing both games yesterday (Jan. 6).

The youngest team competing in the Alberta Scotties, which includes Cochrane curler Julianna MacKenzie, is still holding their fourth position in Grande Prairie despite their 1-8 and 2-9 finish Thursday against Team Scheidegger and Kezama-Purcell, respectively.

Lethbridge's Scheidegger rink is the only team still undefeated in the competition with a six-win streak.

Teams Rocque and Walker also remain ahead of the team with local ties.

The Sentinel Storage Alberta Scotties runs to Jan. 9.


Caitlin Clow

About the Author: Caitlin Clow

Caitlin is the editor of the Okotoks Western Wheel and Cochrane Eagle. She graduated from Mount Royal's Journalism program in 2015 and has worked for The Canadian Press, The Globe and Mail, Postmedia and Black Press.
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