It was an incredible season overall for the Rosetown Central High School's Mixed Curling team, as the season came to an end in the Provincial Championships this past weekend.

Rosetown had the honour of hosting the Provincial Championships for the eight teams competing, and definitely used home ice to their advantage.

In Round Robin play, Rosetown finished second place in their pool by posting a record of 2 wins and only 1 loss. The top two teams from each pool would advance to the playoff round, while the bottom two teams would be eliminated from contention.

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Since RCHS finished in second place in their pool, they would take on the top seed from the opposite pool. Rosetown managed to pull off the upset by defeating Kipling 6-5 to advance to the Championship Final for the Provincial Title.

Rosetown faced St. Joseph High School from Saskatoon in the Final, and came up just short in a 5-4 loss. Rosetown forced their opponents to make difficult shots to pull it off in the end, and gave it all they had. In the end, Rosetown's mixed curlers are the second best team in the entire province and were given a huge congratulations by their hometown fans.

 

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