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Scheidegger taking break from curling as team disbands

Casey Scheidegger Casey Scheidegger - Curling Canada

One of the top teams in Canadian women's curling are going their separate ways. 

Team Casey Scheidegger - featuring Scheidegger at skip, Kate Hogan at third, Jessie Haughian at second and Taylor McDonald at lead - announced on social media Tuesday morning that their Alberta foursome would be going their separate ways at the conclusion of the 2022-23 season with their skip saying she is taking a step back from curling to focus on her family and career.

"This past year brought us a lot of success. We have built great friendships and shared memories that we will never forget," the team said in a release. "This past season threw us some curveballs, and we were fortunate to have each other to lean on throughout them. We are grateful for our family, fans, and sponsors for always believing in us. We could not have had the season we did without your support."

Team Scheidegger have posted a 44-26 record this season and are currently sixth on the Canadian Team Ranking System after making four final appearances, including the PointsBet Invitational and Alberta playdowns. They represented Wild Card 2 at the Scotties Tournament of Hearts in Kamloops, missing the playoffs with a 3-5 record. 

Hogan, McDonald and Haughian will be "seeking new opportunities" for the remainder of the Olympic quadrennial while Scheidegger will be taking a break from competitive curling. 

Sisters Casey and Jessie are both pregnant and due in June. 

Chelsea Carey and Jamie Sinclair will fill in for them in next month's season-ending Players' Championship in Toronto.