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Team Silvernagle has been dominant so far at the women`s provincials in Melville. From left to right: Robin Silvernagle, Dayna Demers, Cristina Goertzen, coach Gerald Shymko (back), and Kara Thevenot.
Team Silvernagle has been dominant so far at the women`s provincials in Melville. From left to right: Robin Silvernagle, Dayna Demers, Cristina Goertzen, coach Gerald Shymko (back), and Kara Thevenot. submitted photo/Brian Morris

Silvernagle books ticket for playoffs at provincials

By Nathan Kanter
January 27, 2017 - 6:23pm

Robyn Silvernagle is in to the playoffs at the Viterra Scotties women’s provincials in Melville, after a 6-5 extra end win over Penny Barker in draw eight.

The North Battleford skip is now 6-1 with one round robin game remaining, losing only to Nancy Martin on Thursday afternoon 5-3.

The Saskatchewan Rush will look to even its record tonight when the Vancouver Stealth come to the SaskTel Centre for week five action.
The Saskatchewan Rush will look to even its record tonight when the Vancouver Stealth come to the SaskTel Centre for week five action. Colton Swiderski/meadowlakeNOW Staff

Rush look to make it two in a row vs. Stealth

By Colton Swiderski
January 27, 2017 - 5:00pm

The 1-2 Saskatchewan Rush are looking for back-to-back wins on home field tonight when they welcome the Vancouver Stealth, a team which has given the Rush problems despite having a poor overall record.

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