Lead Rachel Brown delivers a stone. (Lisa Joy/Stettler Independent)

WATCH: Team Carey wins the 2019 Alberta Scotties

Beats Team Rocque during championship game in Stettler

Team Carey won the Alberta Scotties beating Team Rocque 8-3.

Team Carey, from the Glencoe Curling Club, Calgary, will represent Alberta at the 2019 Scotties Tournament of Hearts in Sydney, Nova Scotia from Feb. 16-24.

Lacombe’s team Sherrer was eliminated in a triple knockout format Friday.

WATCH: Alberta Scottie’s Tournament of Hearts kicks off in Stettler

READ MORE: Defending champions Team Scheidegger will fight to keep title

READ MORE: 2019 Alberta Scotties, hosted in Stettler, could be anybody’s bonspiel

READ MORE: Lacombe’s Team Sherrer represents central Alberta at Alberta Scotties

More to come

 

3rd Sarah Wilkes sweeps. (Lisa Joy/Stettler Independent)

Team Carey wins the 2019 Alberta Scotties. 2nd Dana Ferguson sweeps during the championship game against Team Rocque. The team consists of Skip - Chelsea Carey, 3rd - Sarah Wilkes, 2nd - Dana Ferguson, and Lead - Rachel Brown. (Lisa Joy/Stettler Independent)

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