Chilliwack’s Sarah Wark through to mixed-curling provincials

Wark curled third for Kelowna’s Jeff Richard and will compete in B.C. championships in April.

A rink that includes Chilliwack’s Sarah Wark has qualifed for the 2018 AMJ Campbell BC Mixed Curling Championship.

At a playdown in Richmond Feb. 12, Wark curled third for a foursome skipped by Kelowna’s Jeff Richard, joined by Rhsy Gamache and Carley Sandwith.

The team went 5-1 overall, snapping up one one of the four provincial berths up for grabs.

Provincials take place take Apr. 19-22, at the Richmond Curling Club. The event is a nine-team triple knockout.

A pair of Chilliwack rinks missed out on qualifying.

Glen Ford was joined by Michelle Dunn (third), Steve Strathdee (second) and Sheila Ford (lead).

Together they went 2-3, bowing out in the third round of the C event.

Mike Freeman was joined Casey Freeman (third), Tyler Moncur (second) and Michelle Moncur (lead).

Together they went 0-3, exiting in the first round of the A, B and C events.


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