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SHAWINIGAN, QUE. – Sterling Middleton and Team B.C. improved to 5-1 on Day Three of the New Holland Canadian Curling Junior Championships.

B.C. survived Team New Brunswick this morning by the score of 5-3 and are coming off a nail-biter on Monday with Team Quebec that went into the eleventh end where the team scored two to win 9-7.

Team B.C. just finished a clash with previously undefeated Team Manitoba and were victorious 5-4 to claim the top spot in Pool A. The top three teams from each pool advance to the playoff round.

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