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2000 Women's SaskPower Scott Tournament of Hearts

Saskatchewan Curling Association
An event of the Saskatchewan Curling Association

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Humboldt, Sask.
January 26-30, 2000

Sponsored by SaskPower 

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Sunday, January 30th

finalend10.jpg (64959 bytes) Campbell Wins Saskatchewan
June Campbell makes the hit on the her last rock to hang on and win Sunday's Championship Final of the Provincial Scott Tournament of Hearts, 6-4 over Sherry Anderson. campbell1.jpg (66594 bytes)
Campbell will represent Saskatchewan at the National Scott Tournament of Hearts in Prince George, BC, February 19-27

Regina's June Campbell survived a comeback that the Sherry Anderson foursome nearly staged, to win the Championship Final Sunday at the  Provincial Scott Tournament of Hearts at the Humboldt Uniplex.  Campbell led 4-0 after 5 ends, but Anderson picked up two in the 6th to start her comeback, tying the game in the 8th end.  Campbell scored two in the 9th and hung on to win, 6-4 and advance to the Canadian Scott Tournament of Hearts in Prince George, BC in late February.  
Campbell's team is made up of third, Cathy Walker; second, Karen Daku and lead, Leanne Whitrow.
Campbell was also awarded the Marj Mitchell Award for Sportsmanship.
Campbell finished tied with Amber Holland of Regina on top of the standings with 6-1 records, but by virtue of her win over Holland in round-robin play was awarded first place.  Holland lost the semi-final Saturday night to Anderson of Delisle, 7-5.  Anderson finished in third place with a 5-2 record. The turning point of the semi-final was the 5th end, when Holland facing two Anderson rocks needed to draw the button, with backing, but the sweepers left it too long and the rock died as it hit the 4' leaving a steal of one for Anderson, who then went up 3-1 and took control of the game. 
In the last round-robin draw Saturday morning (Draw 7), Anderson defeated Sherry Linton of Regina, 8-4 to avoid a tie-breaker.  Linton finished the competition at 3-4.  Campbell downed Leah Harper of Assiniboia, 9-3, Holland over Brenda Goertzen of Martensville, 6-4 and Anita Cowlishaw of Nipawin edged Anita Silvernagle of Biggar, 8-7.
Check the Final Standings

In a key matchup in Friday night's 6th draw Campbell defeated Sherry Anderson of Delisle, 8-5 to know Anderson into 3rd place with a record of 4-2. Holland kept pace with Campbell beating Anita Silvernagle, 7-3.  It was a tough day for Silvernagle, losing all three games and had opportunities to win two of the three.  In other games Friday night, Brenda Goertzen of Martensville upped her record to 2-4 beating Anita Cowlishaw, 10-7 and Sherry Linton disposed of Leah Harper of Assiniboia, 10-1 in just five ends. 

Video of End 5 and End 6 of the Anderson/Campbell game.
.KEY SHOT OF THE DAY... Campbell scores 4 in the 5th end
Anderson makes an outstanding double raise for 2 in the 6th. 

The teams and officials moved into the Humboldt Uniplex Friday morning for the continuation of the event after ice plant problems Wednesday forced the postponement of the opening draw and a quick switch to the curling club for the first three draws. 


ALBERTA- Grande Prairie


ONTARIO - Schumacher, Ontario

QUEBEC - Lachine


PEI - Charlottetown

NOVA SCOTIA - Kentville Kay Zinck captured the 2000 Nova Scotia Scott Tournament of Hearts by going undefeated at the Glooscap Curling Club in Kentville. Kay, along with her rink of Heather Smith-Dacey at Mate, Krista Bernard at Second and Laine Peters at Lead, will be heading to the the Scott Tournament of Hearts in Prince George, British Columbia which begins on February 19th, 2000.




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