SARANAC LAKE - The Lake Placid Curling Club wrapped up its regular league play last Sunday with four matches at the Saranac Lake Civic Center.
Sunday's results were: Team McKernan over Team Chapin, Team Friedman over Team Northrup, Team Stearns over Team Porter and Team Steinbrueck over Team Benson.
Team Steinbrueck finished first in the standings, followed by Team Stearns, Team Northrup and Team Benson. Team Kobe was fifth, Team McKernan was sixth, Team Friedman was seventh, Team Chapin was eighth and Team Porter was ninth.
Participants take part in an Olympic Learn to Curl session hosted by the Lake Placid Curling Club at the Saranac Lake Civic Center on Sunday, Feb. 16. Forty one people of all ages showed up to learn the rules of the game, how it is played and how to sweep and throw 42-pound granite rocks down 145 feet of ice. The curling club will offer another Learn to Curl session at the start of its next season in October. For more information, go to lpcurling.org.
The top four teams will now compete in a round-robin tournament for the Division A championship. The winning team will receive the Betsy Whitefield President's Bowl for their efforts.
The last five teams will compete in a round-robin tournament for the Division B championship.