A rink skipped by Jessica Wytrychowski of Cochrane that makes it's home at the Airdrie Curling Club, has advanced to the playoff round at the U18 Girls Canadian Curling Championship being held in Sherwood Park.  

The Wytrychowski foursome, including third  Olivia Jones, second Micayla Kooistra, and lead Emily Kiist downed B.C. 10 - 4 in their final round-robin game yesterday (April 5).  The win gives the rink a 5 and 1 record, first place in Pool "B."

This morning the Wytrychowski team will begin the playoff round when they face Ontario, who finished with a 3 and 3 record in fourth place in Pool "A"

If she keeps winning, Wytrychowski will play again today at 2:00 pm and 7:30 pm.

The bronze medal game goes tomorrow at 9:00 am with the Championship Final set for 1:00 pm. 

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