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Team Newfoundland and Labrador's Courtney Gray (left) and Holly Ann Spurrell race th women's double handed 29er event at the Canada Summer Games Wednesday in Sherbrooke, Que. The duo finished sixth.
By Robin Short
Telegram Sports Editor—Sherbrooke, Que.
It was nothing to write home about again Wednesday as Newfoundland slumbered through a series of losses at the 2013 Canada Summer Games, a Games that just might see one medal to show for Week 1 efforts.
Perhaps the only bright light came on the mountain bike track where Mount Pearl’s Jordan Hodder managed to win the B final.
Conception Harbour’s Rebecca Sparrow is in the semifinals today, with a match against a B.C. wrestler.
In the team event, the men’s team was 7th and the women 6th.
On the hardwood, Manitoba took it to Newfoundland by a 92-75 count in one of four quarter-final games. Cole Long had a big game for 1-3 Newfoundland with 26 points and Brett Warren and Stephen Ryan had 13 apiece.
Newfoundland plays Nova Scotia 4:45 p.m. NL time today.
Like the basketball team, the soccer team dropped its third straight game to fall to 1-3 with a 1-0 loss to Manitoba.
Newfoundland plays Saskatchewan 11:30 NL time this morning in a placement game.
On Lac Magog, Nick Gauvreau was eighth in single handed laser. In the double handed 29er, both the men’s and women’s teams were sixth.