Einarson routs Mexico 17-1 to wrap group play at Pan Continental Curling Championships

Kerri Einarson and Canada’s girls’s crew completed round-robin play on the 2023 Pan Continental Curling Championships with a 17-1 win over Mexico on Thursday,

The four-time defending Canadian girls’s champions from Gimli, Man., scored 5 within the first and third ends.

Canadian steals of three within the fourth and fifth ends, and one within the sixth, prompted a handshake from Mexican skip Adriana Camarena.

Einarson’s crew completed the spherical robin at 4-3 and was scheduled to face South Korea’s Eunji Gim in a semifinal later Thursday.

Mexico, which completed at 1-6 , performed with solely three gamers as vice-skip Estefana Quintero was out with an harm.

Brad Gushue’s 5-1 males’s crew from St. John’s, N.L., was set to finish its round-robin schedule Thursday in opposition to Guyana’s Staff Rayad Husain (0-6).

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