Curling team standings switched up

The teams in the Agro Ponoka/Ponoka Ford Super League "rocked on" for their third week of curling on Nov. 18.


The teams in the Agro Ponoka/Ponoka Ford Super League “rocked on” for their third week of curling on Nov. 18.

While all of the teams in Pool A remained in the same position as the previous week, the teams in the middle of Pool B all switched positions from the week before.

Only the teams in first and sixth maintained their spots over the week prior.

In Pool A, G & T Custom Farming surprised the Baron team 44-36. The loss was first of the season for the Baron rink but the team still remains atop the standings. Agro Ponoka tripled the score on the Riske foursome 60-20 and maintained its tie for third/fourth place. The third match-up saw Pederson defeat the Morrow team 54-26.

Pool B had the Broderson rink move in the standings from fifth to third by handily sweeping over Baliant 66-14, who dropped from second to fourth. The Sherrer foursome moved from third to second by defeating Dufva by a similar 64-16 score. In the other game, the Olson team remained in the top spot with a 60-20 win over Ponoka Ford.

Pool A standings after week three: 1, Baron, 174; 2, G & T Custom Farming, 156; 3, Morrow, 120; 4, Agro Ponoka, 120; 5, Pederson, 102; 6, Riske, 48.

Pool B standings after week three: 1, Olson, 170; 2, Sherrer, 156; 3, Broderson, 142; 4, Baliant, 116; 5, Ponoka Ford, 112; 6, Dufva, 24.

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