Calgary’s Chelsea Carey kept her perfect record intact Tuesday morning with a 9-3 rout of Toronto’s Allison Flaxey at the Tim Hortons Roar of the Rings.
Carey (4-0) opened with a deuce and had a six-point lead at the mid-game break. The teams shook hands after the minimum eight ends.
“I didn’t expect that to be quite as easy as it was,” Carey said. “They’re a better team than that. But we’ll take it because we’ve had a couple of close nail biters that were hard on the nerves.”
“So it’s nice to have one that was a little easier.”
Winnipeg’s Jennifer Jones improved to 5-0 in the afternoon game at Canadian Tire Centre. She needed an extra end to get by Casey Scheidegger of Lethbridge, Alta., 8-7.
After 10 draws, Ottawa’s Rachel Homan was in third place at 3-1 and Scheidegger was next at 2-2. Homan was to play Flaxey (0-4) in
the evening draw.
Standings through draw 10
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