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N.S. teams among leaders at Canadian under-18 curling championships

Nova Scotia teams have 3-1 records at the Canadian under-18 curling championships in Moncton.
Many of the best young curlers in Canada are in Moncton for the inaugural Canadian Under-18 Boys and Girls Curling Championships. (Photo, courtesy Curl Moncton)

Nova Scotia teams skipped by Cally Moore and Ryan Abraham are looking good for the second round at the inaugural Canadian under-18 curling championships in Moncton.

Both teams have 3-1 records with one game left in the preliminary round. Six men's and women's teams move on to the chase for the championship, with the rest joining a mixed doubles competition.

The CFB Halifax team of Moore, Cassidy Currie, Alexis Chiasson and Cate Fitzgerald won twice Wednesday, defeating the Northwest Territories 10-2 and Prince Edward Island 6-4.

Nova Scotia plays British Columbia to cap the first round Thursday afternoon.

Mayflower's Abraham and teammates Mitchell Cortello, Jake Flemming and Thomas Mosher defeated Manitoba 6-2 for a 3-0 start, but lost 8-5 to Newfoundland and Labrador later in the day. They have a date with Saskatchewan in the Thursday afternoon draw.

Teams will play down to the final four for semifinals and finals on Saturday.



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