Agro Ponoka/Ponoka Ford Super Curling League

The teams of the Agro Ponoka/Ponoka Curling League now have week number three under their collective belts. Although a few of the games from Nov. 5, week two, resulted in some closer scores while the teams in Pool “B” all ended their games even with each other.

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The teams of the Agro Ponoka/Ponoka Curling League now have week number three under their collective belts. Although a few of the games from Nov. 5, week two, resulted in some closer scores while the teams in Pool “B” all ended their games even with each other.

In the “A” Pool, for week two, Ponoka Ford bounced back after previous week’s loss by defeating the Sherrer team 56-24. The Pederson foursome swept past Baliant by a score of 50-30 while one of the one-sided games had Agro Ponoka rock the Hatala team 80-0.

Week two in Pool “B” saw Olson outlast the Baron team by another 50-30 score. The other lopsided result had the Dufva foursome out shooting Riske for a convincing 76-4 win. The team with the bye was Parkland fertilizer which received a score of 40.

The “A” Pool’s week three saw the Pederson team remain atop the standings by defeating Ponoka Ford 64-16. The Baliant foursome maintained its second place position getting by Hatala by a score of 58-22 while Sherrer slid past Agro Ponoka 76-4 to move from fourth to third position.

In Pool “B”, as mentioned, the match-ups all resulted in tie games with each team receiving a score of 40. The Dufva rink played the Baron team while Olson kept pace with the Parkland Fertilizer foursome. The bye, this week, went to the Riske team, also with a score of 40.

Pool “A” standings after week three: 1. Pederson 194, 2. Baliant 164, 3. Sherrer 140, 4. Agro Ponoka 84, 5. Ponoka Ford, 76 6. Hatala 62.

Pool “B” standings after week three: 1. Olson, 170, 2. Dufva 156, 3. Parkland Fertilizer 148, 4. Baron 82, 5. Riske 44.

Appetizers on Nov. 5 were compliments of Classic Granite Works. On Nov. 12 appetizers were compliments of Extra Foods.

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