CALGARY — Saskatchewan’s Braeden Moskowy and Alberta’s Nadine Chyz remained undefeated after the ninth draw Tuesday at the Canadian junior curling championships.
Saskatchewan scored three in the ninth end to beat New Brunswick 9-4 in Tuesday’s late draw. Moskowy’s Regina rink hammered B.C. 11-2 earlier in the day.
With the wins, Saskatchewan improved to 8-0 to solidify its spot atop the men’s standings. Ontario’s Mat Camm is next at 6-2.
Calgary’s Chyz was idle in Draw 9, but beat the winless Northwest Territories 6-4 earlier to improve to 8-0. Saskatchewan’s Trish Paulsen is second at 6-2.
In men’s Draw 9 action, Camm kept pace with Moskowy after leading Ontario to a 5-3 win over Nova Scotia. Colin Thomas of Newfoundland and Labrador moved into third place at 6-3 with an 8-5 win over British Columbia.
Prince Edward Island beat the Northwest Territories 7-5, Manitoba downed Quebec 10-6 and Northern Ontario downed the Yukon 4-2.
Nova Scotia is in fourth place at 5-3, followed by New Brunswick at 5-4. Alberta, Northern Ontario and the Yukon are at 4-4, Maintoba is 3-5, P.E.I. is 3-6, the Northwest Territories and B.C. are 2-6 and Quebec is 2-7.
In women’s action, Saskatchewan routed New Brunswick 9-3 to keep pace with Chyz.
Manitoba beat Quebec 11-6 and Ontario edged Nova Scotia 8-7 to move into a third-place tie with B.C. at 5-3. Newfoundland scored one in the 10th end to beat B.C. 8-7 and help create the logjam at third.
P.E.I. hammered the Northwest Territories 12-2 and Northern Ontario scored three in the 10th end to beat the Yukon 7-6.
P.E.I. and New Brunswick are tied for sixth at 5-4, followed by Northern Ontario (4-4), the Yukon and Nova Scotia (3-5), Newfoundland (3-6), Quebec (2-7) and the Northwest Territories (0-8).