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Sports Eberle off to roaring start at the Scotties

06:55  05 january  2018
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Chantelle Eberle of Regina and Robyn Silvernagle of North Battleford were tied for the lead after Thursday’s afternoon draw at the provincial Scotties Tournament of Hearts in Melfort.

Eberle and Silvernagle had 4-1 records heading into their evening matches at the Saskatchewan women’s curling championship.

Candace Chisholm of Carlyle and the defending champion, Penny Barker of Moose Jaw, were next in line at 3-2. Saskatoon’s Stefanie Lawton was 3-3.

The Scotties continues until Sunday.

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Stay tuned for an all-Cougars weekend.

The University of Regina Cougars and the visiting Mount Royal University Cougars are preparing to meet in Canada West men’s basketball, women’s basketball and men’s hockey.

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Eberle off to roaring start at the ScottiesChantelle Eberle of Regina and Robyn Silvernagle of North Battleford were tied for the lead after Thursday’s afternoon draw at the provincial Scotties Tournament of Hearts in Melfort.

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The U of R and Mount Royal basketball teams are to meet on Friday and Saturday at the Centre for Kinesiology, Health and Sport. Games are set for 6 p.m. (women) and 8 p.m. (men), both nights.

In men’s hockey, Mount Royal is to play the U of R on Friday (7 p.m.) and Saturday (3 p.m.) at the Co-operators Centre.

Also, the women’s hockey team will be in Calgary for games against Mount Royal on Friday and Saturday.

The U of R’s men’s and women’s volleyball teams are to oppose the University of Saskatchewan Huskies on Friday and Saturday in Saskatoon.

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Brayden Burke of the Moose Jaw Warriors is the WHL’s player of the month for December.

He had 29 points, including eight goals, in 11 games — over which he was plus-10.

Carter Hart of the Everett Silvertips was named the goaltender of the month after winning all five of his starts, stopping 171 of 174 shots, and registering two shutouts.

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The Warriors remain at second in the weekly CHL top-10 rankings, behind the OHL’s Sault Ste. Marie Greyhounds.

The Swift Current Broncos (fourth) and Brandon Wheat Kings (fifth) are also in the top 10.

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