Curling Headlines for Tuesday, December 30th:
- The U.S. Open will be contested at Four Seasons Curling Club in Blaine, Minnesota from Friday through Sunday. You can watch the action at 12th End Sports Network.
- Geoff Walker chases dreams of Brier, Olympics.
- Miss Minnesota Savannah Cole promoting Curling for a Cause.
- Drumheller Curling Club’s junior league returns.
- Team Cameron McNay wins High Road Final at Asham Under 17 Slam in Scotland.
- Scores for the Pepsi PEI Junior Curling Championships are here.
- Women’s standings at Nova Scotia Junior Championships up for grabs. LiveCurling.com has the scores here.
- Drew Spinney rink in contention at men’s Nova Scotia Junior Championships. Again, LiveCurling.com has the scores here.
- Playdowns.com has the men’s scores for the Tim Horton’s B.C. Junior Championships here. The women’s scores are here.
- CurlingZone has the men’s scores for the GNCC Junior Men’s Playdowns here. The women’s scores are here.
- The Winnipeg Free Press has this report on the Canola Manitoba Junior Championships. Men’s scores are here and women’s scores are here.
- Rinks are set for the Saskatchewan Junior Curling Championships. It takes place Thursday through Monday in Humboldt.
- Bob Weeks: Jennifer Jones rink gets no love from Canadian Press team of the year voting.
- Team Dave Dalzell climbs into tie for second at Penetanguishene Curling Club.
- Kesa Van Osch is the Nanaimo News Bulletin’s 2014 Athlete of the Year.
- PEI rinks prepare for Canada Games.