N. Ont. leading way

Staff

Northern Ontario is delivering on time so far at the Canadian Postal Employees Curling Classic in Winnipeg.
The rink, featuring Devlin native Jenna Enge at second, was in first place at 4-0 after two days of action in what will be the final edition of the event after 49 years.
Northern Ontario, which is being skipped by Ron Rosengren of Thunder Bay, beat Saskatchewan 6-2 and New Brunswick 7-6 on Saturday.
Then yesterday, Rosengren doubled Newfoundland and Labrador 10-5 before dumping B.C. 8-3 (both in six ends).
The skip is aiming for his seventh title at the Classic, which would tie him with his father, Don, for most ever.
Alberta and Ontario were tied for second at 3-1 heading into play today.
Rosengren faced Manitoba (1-2) earlier today, then went up against Nova Scotia (2-1) this afternoon.
Northern Ontario then wraps up round-robin play tomorrow versus Alberta and P.E.I.
The playoffs begin Thursday, with the semi-final and final set for Friday.
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