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Langley Curling Club rink qualifies for BC Winter Games

Skip Tyler Tardi, third Nicholas Umbach, second Scottie Kryski and lead Josh Desrosier have qualified for the BC Winter Games next month in Mission. - submitted photo
Skip Tyler Tardi, third Nicholas Umbach, second Scottie Kryski and lead Josh Desrosier have qualified for the BC Winter Games next month in Mission.
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A team out of the Langley Curling Club has qualified for next month’s B.C. Winter Games in Mission.

The team of skip Tyler Tardi, third Nicholas Umbach, second Scottie Krysi and lead Josh Desrosiers defeated Coquitlam Curling Club’s Team McCrady 5-3.

The two rinks were playing in the finals of the B.C. juvenile men’s playdowns, which took place in Chilliwack on Jan. 3 and Jan. 4.

The Tardi rink lost their first match, 6-1, to the McCrady rink, but then won their remaining four matches to take spot at the two-day event.

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