Ponoka curling results

The first round of playoffs in the Ponoka Ford/Agro Ponoka Super League Curling was held Dec. 5 with the following results:

The first round of playoffs in the Ponoka Ford/Agro Ponoka Super League Curling was held Dec. 5 with the following results:

Classic Granite defeated Baron 135-105

Fuhrhop won over Lambert by a score of 210-30

Agro Ponoka beat Pederson 75-45

Broderson and Sherrer tied 60-60

Morrow overcame Riske 55-25

Olson defeated Ponoka Ford 55-25

Standings after week 6:

Pool A

Fuhrhop 475

Classic Granite 425

Baron 365

Lambert 305

Pool B

Pederson 305

Broderson 270

Sherrer 255

Agro Ponoka 235

Pool C

Olson 190

Ponoka Ford 165

Riske 165

Morrow 125

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