Super league curling

Here are the results for round 2 of Ponoka Super League Curling from Nov. 7:


Here are the results for round 2 of Ponoka Super League Curling from Nov. 7:

Pederson 65

Broderson 15

Morrow 40

Baron 40

Fuhrhop 65

Olson 15

Agro Ponoka 50

Riske 30

Sherrer 70

Ponoka Ford 10

Lambert 75

Classic Granite 5

Standings after second round:

A Side:

Pederson 145

Fuhrhop 95

Broderson 95

Baron 90

Morrow 40

Olson 15

B Side:

Lambert 145

Agro Ponoka 110

Sherrer 90

Classic Granite 65

Riske 40

Ponoka Ford 30

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