KCS curling team off to provincial finals

Sean Cey, Kevin Pinno, Kyle Edmunds, Daniel Anderson and Josh Enns-Wind finished second at the conference championships in Moose Jaw

The KCS boys curling team will be playing in Spiritwood this weekend for a provincial championship. From left, Josh Enns-Wind, Daniel Anderson, Kyle Edmunds, Kevin Pinno and skip Sean Cey.

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The Kindersley Composite School boys are off to the provincial high school curling championships.

The team led by skip Sean Cey with Kevin Pinno, Kyle Edmunds, Daniel Anderson and spare Josh Enns-Wind competed in Moose Jaw on the weekend at the conference championships and ended up finishing in second place.

They will now advance to the eight-team provincial championships in Spiritwood this weekend.

KCS received a bye in the first round in Moose Jaw, and ended up losing to Mossbank, the eventual winners, 9-5 in their opener, dropping them down to the B side of the draw.

Cue the comeback. In their next game on Friday, they defeated Dinsmore 8-2.

For more on this story, please see the Mar. 7 print edition of The Clarion.


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