The Brainerd Lakes Curling Association is hosting an open house at the Hallett Community Center in Crosby from 2 to 6 p.m. Oct. 11.
Attendees will learn how to curl from certified instructors. All ages are welcome. There is no cost to attend.
This will be the third year of league curling at the Hallett Center. Leagues are forming and the open house is a chance to try the sport and see if you might want to join the club for a winter of curling.
Leagues play on Saturday nights, about every other week the end of October through the first week of March. The BLCA is also starting a youth league. More information will be available at the open house.
For more information, call Tom Jones (218) 927-5686.
JV girls win
Brainerd blanked Fergus Falls 2-0 in junior varsity girls' soccer Thursday.
Kelly Fenske scored both the goals for the Warriors. Keeper Brooke Nelson had 12 saves.
Brainerd (7-3-2) plays its final game at 5 p.m. Tuesday at Southdale Field against St. Cloud Apollo.
JV tennis wins four
The Brainerd Warriors won four doubles matches against Alexandria on Thursday.
The teams of Kelsey Ott-Taylor Ott, Alexa Wright-Heather Johnson, Hailee Palony-Megan Mitchell and Krista Bjork-Kathryn Chandler won.
JV swims to tie
Brainerd tied Willmar 88-88 in junior varsity girls' swimming and diving Thursday.
Stephanie Hansen won the 200 free, Allison Reuer placed first in diving, Allison Moyer won the 100 butterfly, Emi Dellacecca was first in the 500 free and Molly Baker paced the 110 backstroke for Brainerd.
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