The Karen Creighton rink from Mohawk College won three more games Saturday (Feb. 19) and is now 6-0 after day two of the Ontario Colleges Athletic Association curling championships in Lindsay. Mohawk won the women’s title last year.
Mohawk scored wins over Algoma, Fanshawe and Niagara to stay perfect.
The Mohawk men, skipped by Matt Kimber had a rough day, losing to Confederation, Fanshawe and Niagara to fall to 1-4 after taking on the tougher teams to this point. But with three more games Sunday could still get the rink a tiebreaker by winning each match.
However, Miranda Keenan’s mixed rink will not be moving on. They are now 0-6 after losing to Fanshawe, Sault College and Seneca Saturday. The mixed division is extremely strong with some colleges electing to play only in that group.