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SELKIRK, Man. http://www.thenflapparelsshop.com/Houston-Texans-Jon-Weeks-Jersey/ . - Calgarys Kevin Koe put up five points in the sixth end en route to a 10-1 win over Saskatoons Steve Laycock in Draw 13 action at the Masters Grand Slam of Curling on Friday night.The win improved Koes rink to 3-1 in round-robin play and earned them one of eight spots in Saturdays quarter-finals. Laycock fell to an identical 3-1 record in the loss.In other mens action, Swedens Niklas Edin (2-2) scored in the extra end to edge Brad Jacobs (2-2) of Sault Ste. Marie, Ont. 7-6.Earlier in the day, Jacobs routed Jim Cotter of Kelowna/Vernon, B.C. 8-1. Cotter (0-4), who curled behind John Morris last year as they tried for an Olympic berth, failed to stick his shooter to limit the damage in the four-point fourth end. After another steal of two in the fifth, they shook hands.Also, Switzerlands Sven Michel defeated Morris, who now curls out of Calgary, 6-5. Michel scored three points in the sixth end and held on for the victory to improve to 3-1.Morris (1-2) tied the game with a pair in the seventh end before Michel used the hammer to pick up a single in the eighth. Michel finished with a 95 per cent success rate while Morris struggled at 60 per cent.Switzerlands Peter de Cruz eliminated Scotlands David Murdoch with a 7-2 win, but both rinks are out of playoff contention at 1-3.In other morning games at the Selkirk Recreational Complex, Brad Gushue (3-1) of St. Johns scored four in the sixth end for a 7-3 win over Torontos John Epping (2-1).On the womens side Edmontons Val Sweeting (3-1) scored threes in the second and fourth ends for a 9-3 win over Allison Flaxey (1-3) of Caledon East, Ont.Scotlands Eve Muirhead (1-3) had four straight points in the final three ends for her first win of the tournament, 6-4 over Saskatoons Sherry Anderson (1-3).Rachel Homans (3-1) rink from Ottawa was also successful, beating Edmontons Chelsea Carey (1-3) 5-1 in seven ends while Olympic gold medallist Jennifer Jones of Winnipeg (3-1) scored twice in both the third and fourth ends to beat Russias Anna Sidorova (2-2) in seven ends.It was Careys second loss of the day, after falling to Sherry Middaugh (2-2) of Coldwater, Ont. 6-5 earlier on Friday.Also, Moscows Anna Sidorova scored four points in the sixth end before running Edmontons Heather Nedohin out of rocks in the eighth to score an 8-5 win.Nedohin (1-3) gave up three to start the game but pulled even entering the sixth. Thats when Sidorova got enough of the Alberta counter — all Nedohin had in the house after a clutch draw with her last rock — to tap back and lie four.Sidorova, the face of Russian womens curling for several years, is the current world bronze medallist and at 2-1 was in a five-way tie for third after the afternoon draw.In other womens games, Winnipegs Kristy McDonald (2-2) beat Sherry Anderson (1-3) of Saskatoon 5-2. http://www.thenflapparelsshop.com/Miami-Dolphins-Byron-Maxwell-Jersey-Uk/ . Fielding questions after the announcement, Yzerman noted that the brain trust had to take a chance on Stamkos being healthy, since they would be unable to add him to the roster later on. "If hes healthy hes one of the 25 best players, obviously, in Canada," Yzerman said after the roster announcement. http://www.thenflapparelsshop.com/Denver-Broncos-Aqib-Talib-Jersey/ . -- Hockey fans in Brandon only needed to show up for one period, and the Wheat Kings made it count. MEMPHIS, Tenn. -- The Memphis Grizzlies are headed on a three-game road trip with a better grip on the Western Conferences final playoff spot. Marc Gasol scored 19 points, Zach Randolph added 18 points and 12 rebounds as the Grizzlies defeated the Portland Trail Blazers 109-99 on Tuesday night. The victory kept Memphis in the conferences eighth spot with a one-game edge over the idle Phoenix Suns. But players are not satisfied with the current position. "Even though we are in, we want to be higher," guard Courtney Lee said. "Were still chasing, and I think thats the right mindset to have going forward because if you continue to chase, youll never get complacent and fall off." Mike Conley added 17 points and Lee finished with 16. Mike Miller had 14 for Memphis, which won its third straight. Damian Lillard led the Trail Blazers with 32 points on 8-of-21 shooting from the field, but connecting on 12 of 13 free throws, including six in the fourth quarter when he was fouled on a pair of 3-point attempts. LaMarcus Aldridge had 19 points and 10 rebounds, while Nicolas Batum contributed 15 points for Portland, which lost its third straight, matching its longest skid of the season. Memphis built its lead to double-digits early in the fourth quarter and Portland got it under 10 -- to nine -- on only two occasions the rest of the way. The common refrain from the Trail Blazers was it was "just one of those nights." "They would just get a tip ball or a loose ball and they would hit a 3 with it," Lillard said. "It was just one too many of those situations." While Memphis heads on a road trip to New Orleans, Toronto and Philadelphia holding the final playoff spot, Portland sits in the conferences fifth slot. Trail Blazers coach Terry Stotts was pleased with the way his team competed and shooting 22 of 29 from the foul line. "I thought we had a lot of shots we normally make," Stotts said. ";We took care of the ball (eight turnovers). http://www.thenflapparelsshop.com/Miami-Dolphins-Jarvis-Landry-Jersey/. We got to the free-throw line. We were aggressive. "I thought it was just one of those nights." Portland struggled from the field, connecting on 41 per cent for the game. In addition to Lillards percentage, Aldridge was 8 of 23 and Batum was 5 of 13. Wesley Matthews managed only one field goal on seven attempts. "I think he had good looks," Stotts said of Aldridges shooting. "But you cant make them every night." Aldridge considered it just part of a shooting slump that will end at some point. "I am going to find my rhythm, and I am going to make those shot Ive been missing soon. It will get a lot better," he said. The Grizzlies, who shot at least 50 per cent in each quarter, finished the night at a season-best 56 per cent including 6 of 12 from outside the arc. Memphis held a 54-47 lead at the break, but Portland was close despite shooting 41 per cent. The Trail Blazers gathered nine offensive rebounds for 10 second-chance points. Memphis stretched the lead back to 15 to open the second half, and kept the advantage through the middle stages of the quarter. Lee was the catalyst for Memphis, scoring 13 in the quarter, a difference, he said, of not playing as passive as he had in the first half. "Coaches and my teammates were telling me to go out and be more aggressive," Lee said of the second half. "You dont have to tell me that twice." The Trail Blazers closed the stanza on a 10-4 run to cut the lead to 78-69 entering the fourth. After Nick Calathes connected on a 3-pointer to open the fourth period, Memphis had its double-digit lead back. NOTES: Memphis has won five straight in the series. ... Portland G Will Barton, who played at the University of Memphis, got in for the final minute of the game. ... Five of the previous seven games in the series were decided by six points or less. ... Memphis has a seven-game home winning streak. Cheap Jerseys Wholesale Jerseys Wholesale Jerseys Cheap Jerseys Cheap NFL Jerseys Cheap Jerseys China Wholesale Jerseys ' ' ' 
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