Nova Scotia's MacDougall earns final berth at mixed curling

The Canadian Press
11/22/2012 7:19:36 PM
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MONTREAL -- Nova Scotia's Brent MacDougall guaranteed himself a spot in the final at the Canadian Mixed Curling Championship.

MacDougall edged B.C.'s Tom Buchy 10-9 before holding off James Grattan of New Brunswick 7-6 in the late draw on Thursday.

The wins moved MacDougall to a 9-2 record and a berth in Saturday's title match.

Quebec's Mike Fournier (8-3) was tied with MacDougall earlier in the day but fell into third place after losing 7-4 to Ontario's Cory Heggestad (8-2).

Fournier and Heggestad will meet again in a semifinal Friday before the winner takes on MacDougall.

In other Draw 16 matches, Alberta's Kurt Balderston beat Steve Fecteau's Yukon rink 9-4 to improve 4-6. Fecteau remains at the bottom of the round robin at 0-11.

Northern Ontario's Mike Assad (6-4) also earned a 6-4 win over Robert Campbell's P.E.I. rink (5-6).

Curling Rocks (Photo: Brian Bahr/Getty Images)


(Photo: Brian Bahr/Getty Images)
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