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Hilden curler scores world junior bronze


TRURO, N.S. – Hilden curler Karlee Burgess has added world junior bronze to her trophy case.

Burgess was the alternate for Kristen Streifel’s Alberta rink that won the third-place game against host South Korea on Sunday at the world junior women’s curling championship.

Burgess, 18, won world junior gold in 2016 in Copenhagen, Denmark as a member of Mary Fay’s rink from the Chester Curling Club. She also won gold for Canada at the Youth Olympics in Lillehammer, Norway, last year.

Burgess is a first-year kinesiology student at Dalhousie University in Halifax.

Burgess was the alternate for Kristen Streifel’s Alberta rink that won the third-place game against host South Korea on Sunday at the world junior women’s curling championship.

Burgess, 18, won world junior gold in 2016 in Copenhagen, Denmark as a member of Mary Fay’s rink from the Chester Curling Club. She also won gold for Canada at the Youth Olympics in Lillehammer, Norway, last year.

Burgess is a first-year kinesiology student at Dalhousie University in Halifax.

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