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Mid-Atlantic Curling Association (MACA)

About MACA

The Mid-Atlantic Curling Association is a loose confederation of curling clubs with dedicated curling facilities in the Mid-Atlantic area.


The intent of the MACA is to promote curling and camaraderie among the various clubs, and to give curlers the opportunity to travel and play at other clubs in a friendly environment.

Each MACA is a one day event consisting of two six-end games. Multiple draws are usually held to accommodate the 32 curlers (eight per club). Teams are determined at random to help curlers get to know individuals from other clubs.

In addition to the unusual number of ends, each curler rotates through all four rink positions, lead, second, vice, and skip. It’s part of MACA and a good learning experience in a non stressful environment. MACA is a friendly competition, and it’s quite common to see an experienced skip on one rink coaching a new skip on the same sheet of ice! 

Do we keep score? Of course! MACA is a points spiel: Curlers earn points for their home club by winning games, winning ends, and scoring stones. The scoresheet is at the bottom of the page.

If you are interested, contact your MACA coordinator at maca@curldc.org. We’re always looking for more MACA curlers!

If you are really curious, the MACA Scroring Spreadsheet (Microsoft Excel) is available for your perusal.

 

2017-2019 Schedule and Standings

2017-2019 Schedule and standings

At Philadelphia

Fall 2017

At Potomac

Winter 2018

At Plainfield

Fall 2018

At Chesapeake

Winter 2019

Current standings

 

2015-2017 Results

Potomac

3,680

Philadelphia

2,877.5

Plainfield

5,302.5

Chesapeake

4,227.5

Previous Winners

Season

Club

Points

1990 – 91

Potomac

5,455

1991 – 92

Plainfield

6,275

1992 – 93

Potomac

5,745

1993 – 94

The Weather

1994 – 95

Philadelphia

7,765

1995 – 96

Philadelphia

5,657.50

1996 – 97

Plainfield

5,583.50

1997 – 98

Potomac

4,748.75

1998 – 99

Potomac

5,037.50

1999 – 2000

Potomac

5,017.25

2000 – 01

Plainfield

5,027.50

2001 – 02

Potomac

7,411

2002 – 03

Potomac

4,582.5

2003 – 04

Plainfield

 5,029.5

2004 – 05

Potomac

6,787.875

2005 – 06

Potomac

4,726.25

2006 – 07

Philadelphia

5,198.125

2007 – 08

Philadelphia

6,540.5

2008 – 09

Philadelphia

6,340

The format changed, so now two clubs host the event each season and the trophy will be awarded every other year

2009 – 11

Potomac

5044.5

2011 – 13

Potomac

5,531.5

2013 – 15

Plainfield


2015 – 17

Plainfield

5,302.5

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