January 16th, 2021

Dupont in Canadian Curling Club semis

By Lethbridge Herald on November 30, 2019.

Lethbridge Herald

After getting handed their first loss at the Canadian Curling Club 
Championships, the Nanette Dupont rink has won three in a row.
Dupont and her Lethbridge Curling Club and Alberta representative rink 
of third Samantha Davies, second Kendra Nakagama and lead Avice 
DeKelver lost 7-5 to Nunavut in the Thursday morning draw at the event 
in Leduc, but handed Nova Scotia its first loss of the week in the 
evening draw with a 12-3 win.
On Friday, the locals kept rolling, downing Ontario 7-4 in the morning 
draw and the Yukon 11-1 in the afternoon.
With the wins, Dupont will play in the semifinals this morning at 9 
a.m. against an opponent to be determined.
The bronze and gold medal games are slated for 2 p.m.
On Thursday night against Nova Scotia, Dupont scored three in the 
second end for a 3-2 lead and stole one in the fifth, three in the 
sixth and four in the seventh.
Against Ontario Friday morning, Ontario held a 2-1 lead after four 
ends, but Dupont took the lead for good with two in the fifth and a 
steal of two in the sixth for a 5-2 lead. Ontario cut the lead to 5-4 
in the seventh, but Dupont added two more in the eighth.
Dupont took five ends to defeat the Yukon in the afternoon draw, 
opening a 2-0 lead, notching three in the third and stealing one in 
the fourth and five in the fifth end.

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