Sigurdson improved to 3-1 (won-lost) while MacDonald dropped to 2-2 in a game that featured six lead changes at the Silver Fox Curling and Yacht Club.
MacDonald, third stone John Likely, second stone Mark O’Rourke and lead Peter MacDonald of the Charlottetown Curling Complex and Silver Fox are back in action against Northern Ontario’s Bruce Munro (0-4) at 7:30 tonight.
In other men’s morning draws, Quebec’s Robert MacLean stole single points in the ninth and 10th ends to get by Northern Ontario 8-6, and British Columbia’s Craig Lepine counted a deuce with last-rock advantage in the 10th end to get by Saskatchewan’s Gord Bell.
New Brunswick’s Wayne Tallon and Ontario’s Howard Rajala lead the men’s standings with identical 3-0 marks. Both teams are in action this afternoon.
On the women’s side, Nova Scotia’s Colleen Pinkney pulled out an exciting 8-6 win over New Brunswick’s Heidi Hanlon to improve to 4-0.
Quebec’s Catherine Derick handed Deb Santos of Alberta with her first loss, and Newfoundland and Labrador’s Laura Phillips scored a four-ender and two three-enders en route to a 13-5 win over Ontario’s Judy Oryniak.
Manitoba’s Lois Fowler is the only other undefeated women’s rink at 3-0. Fowler plays P.E.I.’s Nola Murphy (0-3) in this afternoon’s 2:30 draw.
See complete coverage in Tuesday’s Journal Pioneer.