Water Factory on top of Super League of Curling

Water Factory (11-2) continues to dominate in the Williams Lake Super League of Curling.

Water Factory (11-2) continues to dominate in the Williams Lake Super League of Curling.

The rink of Simone Groundwater, Ryan Bailey, Laura Ball and Robert Gudbranson took an early 4-1 lead over the Credit Union (Ron Bisaro, Scott Cameron, Cindy Brady and John Hoyrup — 4-9), before they answered back with two in the fourth to get within a point. Water Factory kept its composure, however, hanging on to the one-point lead before taking four in the seventh to win 10-5.

In the week’s other game PMT Chartered Accountants (Brian Purdy, Mark Berg, John Dryden and Bert Cons — 4-9) got off to a hot start scoring five in the first, but Save-On-Foods (Ken Teskey, Mark Law, Rick Formo and Ken Kvist — 7-6) chipped into the lead with three points in the fourth end, and another three in the eighth to tie the game.

The Teskey rink then took one in the extra end to win 9-8. The Groundwater rink also recently won a mixed bonspiel in Prince George and will represent the north zone at the provincial championships.