MacInnes ousted in quarters, Scott wins again
Skip Allison MacInnes of Kamloops was eliminated from the Scotties B.C. Women’s Curling Championship in the quarter-final round.
Marla Mallet of Cloverdale Curling Club (CCC) downed MacInnes 7-4.
Kelly Scott of Kelowna Curling Club won her fourth-straight provincial title with a 9-6 win over Patti Knezevic of Prince George Curling Club in the final on Sunday, Jan. 20.
MacInnes posted a 6-3 record in the round-robin.
In its first draw at the Scotties, MacInnes's Abbotsford Curling Club-based rink doubled Simone Brosseau of Juan De Fuca Curling Club 6-3.
The MacInnes quartet earned a 9-8 win over Mallett in Draw 2 on Monday.
In Draw 3, MacInnes fell 8-5 to Kirsten Fox of Royal City Curling Club on Tuesday (Jan. 15) afternoon.
Knezevic edged MacInnes 8-7 in Draw 4 on Tuesday evening.
MacInnes won twice on Wednesday, Jan. 16 — 9-6 over Marilou Richter of CCC in Draw 5 and 9-7 over Scott in Draw 6. It was Scott's first loss of the tournament.
On Thursday, Jan. 17, MacInnes lost 8-7 to Lori Olsen in Draw 7 and beat Roberta Kuhn 8-6 in Draw 8. Both Olsen and Kuhn play out of CCC.
MacInnes recored a pair of wins on Friday, Jan. 18, blanking Simone Groundwater of Williams Lake Curling Club 9-0 in Draw 9 before booking a spot in the quarter-finals with a win in a tiebreaker over Richter, 11-8.
Rounding out the MacInnes rink were third Grace MacInnes, Allison’s sister, second Diane Gushulak and lead Jacalyn Brown.