SK Teams Mid-Way Through Pool Play at Home Hardware Road to the Roar

Team Colton Flasch

Team Colton Flasch from Saskatoon has been on a bit of a hot streak lately, coming into the Home Hardware Road to the Roar playing well as a foursome on the World Curling Tour. They picked up lead Matt Lang for the week as Lang was part of the Bruce Korte rink last season, which got them the spot for this years event.

Mid-way through pool play, Team Flasch dropped their first two games to Manitoba’s Jason Gunnlaugsson and Ontario’s Glenn Howard. But have responded very nicely defeateing British Columbias John Morris and fellow Saskatchewan rink in Adam Casey.

Team Flasch will hit the ice in Draw 15 tomorrow morning against Team Jamie Murphy of Nova Scotia.

Team Flasch Dan Marsh (left) & Matt Lang (right) (Photo, Curling Canada/Michael Burns)

Team Casey’s Shaun Meachem (left), Adam Casey (center) & Dustin Kidby (right) (Photo, Curling Canada/Michael Burns)

Team Adam Casey

The defending provincial champions in Adam Casey of Regina have picked up Brock Montgomery at third for this season, as fellow teammate Catlin Schneider made the move out west to join John Morris’ squad. Team Casey is currently sitting at 1-2 in their pool, as they are on the ice holding onto a 7-5 lead against John Morris.

Team Casey will get to sleep in tomorrow morning as they are back on the ice at 2:00 p.m. against Glenn Howard.

Simmons & Schneider Other SK Reps

Moose Jaw’s Pat Simmons and his team of Colton Lott, Kyle Doering & Rob Gordon started their week off with a 9-5 loss against Team Dayna Deruelle. Then were on the winning and losing ends of an extra end win over Quebec’s Jean-Michel Menard and 10th end last stone by William Lyburn of Manitoba.

The boys will be on the ice again tonight at 6:00 p.m. as they take on Team Charley Thomas of Alberta.

Regina’s Catlin Schneider was part of the SaskTel Tankard champions last season with Adam Casey, but made the move to British Columbia to join up with Team John Morris. So far this week, Team Morris sits at a 2-1 record and currently battling against Casey trailing 8-5.

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Pat Simmons (Photo, Curling Canada/Michael Burns)