Newspaper article The Canadian Press

Canada's Mary Fay Wins Women's Final at World Junior Curling Championship

Newspaper article The Canadian Press

Canada's Mary Fay Wins Women's Final at World Junior Curling Championship

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Fay wins women's final at world juniors

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TAARNBY, Denmark - Canada's Mary Fay won a see-saw battle against the United States with a 7-4 victory to capture gold at the world junior curling championships.

USA took an 1-0 early lead in the second end, before Fay's Nova Scotia squad -- third Kristin Clarke, second player Karlee Burgess and lead Janique LeBlanc -- went ahead in the third as the skip drew her final stone into the house to score two points.

The Americans tied it 2-2 in the fourth, Canada went ahead 4-2 in the six and USA replied with two of their own in the seventh to tie it again at 4-4. Canada restored its two-point advantage in the eighth and stole one in the ninth to take a decisive 7-4 lead.

"It feels amazing to have won this with my best friends, it's surreal and hasn't sunk in yet, and I'm so proud of my team for all their hard work," Fay said. …

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