ADSS’ senior boys guard Tristian Jensen drives the ball past a Dover Bay Secondary player during Alberni’s narrow 60-56 loss to Dover Bay during the AAAA North Islands championship on Saturday

Alberni curler takes home first place at provincials

Port Alberni’s Lindsay Cheetham took home the top prize at the curling provincials as the lead on the Victoria-based team Craig.

Port Alberni’s Lindsay Cheetham took home the top prize at the B.C. senior men’s curling provincials as the lead on the Victoria-based team Craig.

Team Craig beat out the Richmond-based team Greig in the 2 p.m. finals on Saturday, Feb. 21 at the Alberni Valley Curling Club.

On the senior women’s side, Salmon Arm’s team Jenkins beat out team Noble from Qualicum Beach 5-3 to take home the senior women’s provincial title.

The North Shore’s team Dunkin and New Westminster’s team Smiley rounded out the top three on the men’s and women’s sides respectively.

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