Curling Headlines for Tuesday, January 6th:
- Team Glenn Howard to pass up Skins Game, opts for Challenge Round.
- World Financial Group Continental Cup begins Thursday in Calgary.
- Sherry Middaugh qualifies for Ontario Scotties Tournament of Hearts in Penetanguishene.
- Team McCleary wins Scottish Curling Mixed Doubles Championship.
- Kristen Streifel and Jacob Hersikorn rinks claim Saskatchewan Junior Championship titles.
- Northern Ontario Junior Curling Championship titles on the line at Soo Curlers in Sault Ste. Marie. More here from SooToday.com.
- Saskatoon’s Steve Laycock is on a roll.
- Jamie Murphy wins right to defend Nova Scotia curling crown.
- Team Chris Doremus wins second straight Men’s International Bonspiel at Detroit Curling Club.
- Curling Night in America set for NBC Sports Group and Universal Sports Network. The two networks will combine for 24 hours of coverage of the U.S. Curling Grand Prix. Click here for broadcast schedule.
- Pomeroy Inn and Suites Peace Curling Tour champs crowned.
- The Victoria News and Nanaimo Daily News have coverage of last weekend’s Tim Horton’s B.C. Junior Curling Championships.
- The 69th Annual Innisfail Farmers/Farmerettes Bonspiel nearly here.
- The Chinguacousy Curling Club is hosting its second Beer, Pizza, and Curling event on Saturday, January 10th.