Sherrer, Baliant remain unbeaten in Super League curling action

Two rinks remain unbeaten — which means they are winning a majority of the money — after two rounds of the Agro Ponoka/Ponoka Ford Super Curling League.

The league, which uses a skins format — with $80 available in each game — saw the 12 competing rinks back on the ice for the second draw Nov. 10.

On the A side, Martin Sherrer improved to 2-0 by taking $50 from Agro Ponoka, which falls to 1-1. Lionel Baron improved to 1-1 by earning $56 from Ponoka Ford, still winless after two games. Both Steve Pederson and G & T Custom Farming are both 1-1 after G & T won $66 from Pederson.

Sherrer leads the A side with $122, Agro Ponoka has $96, G & T Custom Farming has $80, Baron and Pederson both have $64, and Ponoka Ford sits with $54.

On the B side, Stan Baliant improved to 2-0 after taking $62 from Holly Riske, now 1-1. John Olson improved to 1-1 after winning $74 from Dwight Dufva, now 0-2. And both Clayton Morrow and Kevin Broderson are 1-1 after Broderson took $72 form Morrow.

Baliant leads the B side standings with $116, Olson sits with $100, Broderson has $98, Morrow $88, Riske $72, and Dufva has $6.

Next up… The Agro Ponoka/Ponoka Ford Super Curling League resumes action Wednesday, Nov. 17 at 7 p.m. at the Ponoka Culture and Recreation Complex.

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