Newspaper article The Canadian Press

Canadian Men's Rink off to Semifinals at World Junior Curling Championships

Newspaper article The Canadian Press

Canadian Men's Rink off to Semifinals at World Junior Curling Championships

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Canada secures semifinal berth at world juniors

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LIVERPOOL, N.S. - Canada's Tyler Tardi clinched a semifinal spot with a 9-5 victory over Sweden's Daniel Berggren on Thursday at the world junior curling championships.

With its fourth win in a row, the B.C. rink of Tardi, third Sterling Middleton, second Matthew Hall and lead Alex Horvath improved to 6-2. Canada is alone in second place heading into the final preliminary-round draw on Friday.

Sweden dropped to 2-6.

Tardi put up deuces in the first and third ends and then scored three in the fifth to go up 7-2.

Sweden did bounce back with three consecutive one-point ends, but Canada scored another two in the ninth to put it away.

Scotland's Ross Whyte leads the 10-team event at 8-0. …

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