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Carey captures $15,000 prize

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WINNIPEG — Winnipeg’s Chelsea Carey defeated Cathy Overton-Clapham 7-3 at Fort Rouge Curling Club Monday night to capture the $15,000 first prize at the Manitoba Lotteries Womens Curling Classic.

Carey broke open a 4-3 game with a three-ender in the seventh end and then ran Overton-Clapham out of rocks in the eighth. Overton-Clapham settles for a second place prize of $10,000.

With the victory, Carey also earns a berth into the Canada Cup bonspiel in Medicine Hat, Alta., Nov. 30-Dec. 5.

Meanwhile, Winnipeg’s Mike McEwen beat defending Manitoba men’s champion Jeff Stoughton 6-3 Monday night in Portage La Prairie to earn his team the $18,000 first prize at the Canad Inns Prairie Classic. Stoughton settled for $10,000 in what was a rematch of the 2010 Manitoba men’s final, won by Stoughton.

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Hey there, time traveller!
This article was published 25/10/2010 (2941 days ago), so information in it may no longer be current.

WINNIPEG — Winnipeg’s Chelsea Carey defeated Cathy Overton-Clapham 7-3 at Fort Rouge Curling Club Monday night to capture the $15,000 first prize at the Manitoba Lotteries Womens Curling Classic.

Carey broke open a 4-3 game with a three-ender in the seventh end and then ran Overton-Clapham out of rocks in the eighth. Overton-Clapham settles for a second place prize of $10,000.

With the victory, Carey also earns a berth into the Canada Cup bonspiel in Medicine Hat, Alta., Nov. 30-Dec. 5.

Meanwhile, Winnipeg’s Mike McEwen beat defending Manitoba men’s champion Jeff Stoughton 6-3 Monday night in Portage La Prairie to earn his team the $18,000 first prize at the Canad Inns Prairie Classic. Stoughton settled for $10,000 in what was a rematch of the 2010 Manitoba men’s final, won by Stoughton.

Both Carey and McEwen went undefeated to win their respective events.

Paul Wiecek

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Paul Wiecek was born and raised in Winnipeg’s North End and delivered the Free Press -- 53 papers, Machray Avenue, between Main and Salter Streets -- long before he was first hired as a Free Press reporter in 1989.

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