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Demented Magenta steals 6 to seal Winter League title

Demented Magenta (Brandon Jackson, Ross Ruschman, Heather Walter, and Stacey Berkoski) have won the 2013 Winter League championship, defeating Bonanza on Saturday night, 7-4.

The champs (5-2) stole 6 points over three ends en route to the win, including a back-breaking steal of 3 in the fifth, killing any hope of a comeback for Bonanza (5-2). Continue reading

Winter League Finals set for Saturday

It’s been a long winter. More than three months later, we’ve arrived at the Winter League Finals and just that much closer to the return of weekly curling at Anthracite.

Last Saturday, with the Finals already set, the only thing left to determine was how the top two teams would finish in the round robin standings. Continue reading

Demented Magenta stays unbeaten, reaches Finals

After allowing a steal of three points in the 4th end Saturday night, it certainly appeared as though Demented Magenta’s hope of a perfect Winter League were quickly dashed.

As we learn almost every night we take the ice though, a game isn’t over until you hear them fire up the Zamboni. Over the next three ends, the lead would be lost, regained and lost again and Demented Magenta walked away with a 7-6 victory. Continue reading

PHIL? PHIL CONNORS? Hey now, don’t you tell me you don’t remember me ’cause I sure as heckfire remember you!

Okay, campers, rise and shine, and don’t forget your booties because it’s COLD out there!

And it may be snowing, so those of us attending tonight’s fourth round in the 2013 Winter League should be extra careful on the roads coming to and leaving from the rink.

Otherwise, there are two big draws on the ice tonight and one team can clinch a spot in the Finals with a win. Continue reading

Prolific scoring propels Demented Magenta to 3-0

Demented Magenta has found its scoring touch.

It found quite a bit of it last Saturday in a 13-5 win over Sons of Shaddrat to improve its undefeated mark to 3-0 and still lead the Winter League. This marked the second straight draw of scoring double-digits for the team. Continue reading