Peace Region well represented at collegiate curling finals

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The Peace Region was represented well in the tournament finals, as the rink representing Grant MacEwan included two Dawson Creek curlers, third Jason Ginter and skip Jordan Steinke.

It was a come-from-behind victory for Jones, competing in his first Canadian championship. Trailing 3-2 in the finals, Jones and his fellow NAIT team mates scored three in the seventh end, adding two in the eighth for the eventual 7-5 final.

Success was the name of the game for the Ooks throughout the entire tournament, as the team went a record 6-1 in the round robin, earning them an automatic birth in the tournament finals.

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Along with Jones, who played the role of lead, the winning NAIT team consisted of skip Matt Brown, second Kyle Reynolds, third Kenton Maschmeyer and alternate Steven Stewart.

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