Nedohin’s rink joins page playoff with win over Chelsea Carey at Alberta Scotties

Heather Nedohin’s foursome defeated Chelsea Carey’s rink 6-3 Friday evening in an all-Edmonton B-event qualifier of the Alberta Scotties women’s curling championship. Nedohin will join A-event qualifier and defending provincial champion Val Sweeting of Edmonton in the Page playoffs set for today at 6:30 p.m.

LACOMBE — Heather Nedohin’s foursome defeated Chelsea Carey’s rink 6-3 Friday evening in an all-Edmonton B-event qualifier of the Alberta Scotties women’s curling championship.

Nedohin will join A-event qualifier and defending provincial champion Val Sweeting of Edmonton in the Page playoffs set for today at 6:30 p.m.

In the B-event semifinals earlier Friday, Nedohin was an 8-7 winner over Casey Scheidegger of Lethbridge and Carey downed Nicky Kaufman of Edmonton 6-4.

In the C-event 16s Thursday morning, Teryn Hamilton of Calgary downed Deanna Nichol of Peace River 7-1, Shannon Kleibrink of Calgary was an 8-6 winner over Karryn Flory of Edmonton, and Calgary’s Crystal Webster beat Tiffany Game of Edmonton 9-7. All three losers were eliminated.

Later, in the C quarter-finals — in which the losing teams were eliminated — Hamilton edged Kaufman 6-5, Scheidegger was an 8-6 winner over Delia DeJong of Grande Prairie and Webster defeated Kleibrink 8-3.

The two C-event qualifiers for today’s Page playoffs will be determined at 1 p.m., as Webster faces Carey and Hamilton takes on Scheidegger.

The semifinal is set for 9:30 a.m. Sunday and will be followed by the championship final at 2 p.m. The winner will represent Alberta in the Scotties Canadian championship Feb. 14-22 at Moose Jaw, Sask.

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