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Schwartz, Wills win 2017 Saskatchewan mixed doubles curling championship

Mackenzie Schwartz (left) and Sam Wills (right) won the 2017 Saskatchewan mixed doubles curling championship 6-3 this past weekend. Devin Sauer / Global News

Mackenzie Schwartz and Sam Wills won the 2017 mixed doubles provincial curling championship at the Saskatoon CN Curling Club.

The duo faced off against Crystal Fenwick and Tyler Travis, of the Sutherland Curling Club, in the final match up on Sunday .

Wills and Schwartz scored two in the first end then got a steal in the second.

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In the third end, Fenwick and Travis left two in the house.

With Scharwtz and Wills leading 5-2 in the sixth, Fenwick trying to bump the red out to potentially score three but it sailed on through.

In the end, Schwartz and Wills were victorious 6-3.

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The pair, out of Lumsden Curling Club, earned a spot at the national championship being held in Saskatoon from April 5-9.

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