Canadian skip Tyler Tardi is 2-1 after falling 6-Five to Scotland at the world junior curling championship in Aberdeen, Scotland on Sunday.
Canada led by means of one going into the overall finish, however Scotland’s Ross Whyte scored a deuce for the win and a Three-Zero file to sit down atop the standings.
Tardi and his rink from Langley, B.C. — together with 3rd Sterling Middleton, 2d Jordan Tardi, lead Zachary Curtis and exchange Jacques Gauthier — started Sunday with a 7-Three win over Sweden after downing Switzerland by means of the similar ranking of their match opener.
Tardi’s subsequent draw is Monday in opposition to American Andrew Stopera (Three-Zero).
Jones additionally drops 1st recreation
Canada’s Kaitlyn Jones additionally has a 2-1 file at the ladies’s aspect after struggling her first loss on Sunday.
Her Halifax rink of 3rd Kristin Clarke, 2d Karlee Burgess, lead Lindsey Burgess and exchange Lauren Lenentine had been defeated by means of Scotland’s Rebecca Morrison Eight-Four after opening with wins on Saturday in opposition to China and Turkey.
Jones subsequent attract Monday in opposition to Madison Bear of the United States (2-1).
The match semifinals for each side is going Friday, with medal video games scheduled for Saturday.