Erik Rankin, of Team Sammons, competes in the boys’ competition at the 2019 U18 Curling Championships. (Photo Provided by Curl BC)

B.C.’s best young curlers square off at Juan de Fuca Centre

2019 B.C. U18 Curling Championships runs until March 17 in Colwood

Eight teams of boys and eight teams of girls are competing this week for the title of B.C.’s best U18 curlers at the 2019 B.C. U18 Curling Championships.

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Taking place at the Juan de Fuca Curling Centre in Colwood, competitors are hoping to sweep away the competition and earn a spot in the nationals in Sherwood Park, Alta. from April 2 to 7.

A livestream of sheet 6 can be viewed on the Curl BC Facebook Page. Shaw Spotlight will also be broadcasting the finals on March 17. A livestream of the finals can be found here.

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The teams playing in the 2019 U18 Girls Curling Championship are:

Team Bowles (Delta Thistle, Juan de Fuca)

Team Taylor (Royal City, Tunnel Town)

Team McCrady (Langley, Chilliwack)

Team Richards (Comox Valley)

Team Buchy (Kimberley)

Team Hafeli (Kamloops)

Team Douglas (Port Alberni, Parksville, Duncan)

Team Belway (Salmon Arm)

The teams playing in the 2019 U18 Boys Curling Championship are:Team Sato (Royal City)

Team Deane (Tunnel Town, Nanaimo, Duncan)

Team Sammons (Victoria)

Team Yamada (Kamloops)

Team Colwell (Vernon, Kamloops, Invermere)

Team Kent (Port Moody, Golden Ears, Richmond)

Team Duncan-Wu (Royal City, Port Moody)

Team Tao (Richmond, Abbotsford)


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