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Ontario steals win vs. P.E.I. at Scotties

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MacPhee rink falls to 1-3 at Canadian women's curling championship

PENTICTON, B.C. – Ontario’s Hollie Duncan stole her way to victory against P.E.I.’s Robyn MacPhee at the 2018 Scotties Tournament of Hearts on Tuesday.
Ontario scored a single point with last-rock advantage in the 10th end to tie the game 6-6, and then stole a deuce in the extra end to even her record in the Canadian women’s curling championship at 2-2 (won-lost).
The MacPhee rink, which also includes third stone Sarah Fullerton, second stone Meaghan Hughes and lead Michelle McQuaid, fell to 1-3.
In weekend action, Team MacPhee defeated Alberta’s Casey Scheidegger 8-6 while losing 11-6 to Newfoundland and Labrador’s Stacie Curtis and 9-5 to British Columbia’s Kesa Van Osch.
Tuesday, P.E.I. plays Quebec’s Emila Gagne and Michelle Englot’s Team Canada rink.

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