2014 Canadian Junior Curling Championships

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2014 M&M Meat Shops
Canadian Junior Curling Championships
Host cityLiverpool, Nova Scotia
ArenaQueens Place Emera Centre
Liverpool Curling Club
DatesJanuary 18–26
Men's winner Manitoba
Curling clubDeer Lodge CC, Winnipeg
SkipBraden Calvert
ThirdKyle Kurz
SecondLucas Van Den Bosch
LeadBrendan Wilson
Finalist New Brunswick (René Comeau)
Women's winner Alberta
Curling clubSaville SC, Edmonton
SkipKelsey Rocque
ThirdKeely Brown
SecondTaylor McDonald
LeadClaire Tully
Finalist British Columbia (Kalia Van Osch)

The 2014 M&M Meat Shops Canadian Junior Curling Championships were held from January 18 to 26 at the Queens Place Emera Centre and the Liverpool Curling Club.[1] The winners represented Canada at the 2014 World Junior Curling Championships in Flims, Switzerland.

Men[edit]

Round Robin Standings[edit]

Final Round Robin Standings

Key
Teams to Championship Pool
Pool A Skip W L
 Manitoba Braden Calvert 6 0
 Saskatchewan Tyler Hartung 4 2
 Ontario Ryan McCrady 4 2
 Northern Ontario Tanner Horgan 4 2
 Quebec Adam Freilich 2 4
 Newfoundland and Labrador Stephen Trickett 1 5
 Nunavut Jamie Airut 0 6
Pool B Skip W L
 New Brunswick René Comeau 5 1
 Alberta Carter Lautner 5 1
 Nova Scotia Robert Mayhew 4 2
 British Columbia Cameron de Jong 3 3
 Yukon Joe Wallingham 2 4
 Prince Edward Island Kyle Holland 1 5
 Northwest Territories Matthew Miller 1 5

Championship Pool Standings[edit]

Final Standings

Key
Teams to Playoffs
Province Skip W L
 Manitoba Braden Calvert 9 1
 New Brunswick René Comeau 7 3
 Alberta Carter Lautner 7 3
 Ontario Ryan McCrady 6 4
 Nova Scotia Robert Mayhew 6 4
 Saskatchewan Tyler Hartung 6 4
 Northern Ontario Tanner Horgan 5 5
 British Columbia Cameron de Jong 5 5

Playoffs[edit]

  Semifinal     Final
                 
    1  Manitoba 7
  2  New Brunswick 9     2  New Brunswick 5
  3  Alberta 4  

Semifinal[edit]

Sunday, January 26, 9:30 am

Sheet B 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 Final
 New Brunswick (Comeau) Hammer (Last Stone First End) 0 2 2 3 0 1 0 0 1 X 9
 Alberta (Lautner) 0 0 0 0 1 0 2 1 0 X 4
Player percentages
 New Brunswick  Alberta
Ryan Freeze 71% Kyle Morrison 88%
Jordon Craft 84% David Aho 75%
Daniel Wenzek 71% Taylor Ardiel 67%
René Comeau 83% Carter Lautner 78%
Total 77% Total 77%

Final[edit]

Sunday, January 26, 4:00 pm

Team 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 Final
 Manitoba (Calvert) Hammer (Last Stone First End) 1 0 1 4 0 0 0 1 0 X 7
 New Brunswick (Comeau) 0 2 0 0 2 0 1 0 0 X 5

Women[edit]

Round Robin Standings[edit]

Final Round Robin Standings

Key
Teams to Championship Pool
Teams to Tiebreaker
Pool A Skip W L
 Alberta Kelsey Rocque 6 0
 British Columbia Kalia Van Osch 4 2
 Saskatchewan Kristen Streifel 3 3
 Quebec Camille Boisvert 3 3
 Yukon Sarah Koltun 3 3
 Northwest Territories Carina McKay-Saturnino 2 4
 Nunavut Sadie Pinksen 0 6
Pool B Skip W L
 Ontario Molly Greenwood 5 1
 Nova Scotia Mary Fay 5 1
 New Brunswick Jessica Daigle 3 3
 Manitoba Meaghan Brezden 3 3
 Northern Ontario Krysta Burns 2 4
 Prince Edward Island Veronica Smith 2 4
 Newfoundland and Labrador Sarah Hill 1 5

Championship Pool Standings[edit]

Final Standings

Key
Teams to Playoffs
Province Skip W L
 Alberta Kelsey Rocque 9 1
 British Columbia Kalia Van Osch 8 2
 Nova Scotia Mary Fay 8 2
 Ontario Molly Greenwood 7 3
 Manitoba Meaghan Brezden 5 5
 Saskatchewan Kristen Streifel 4 6
 New Brunswick Jessica Daigle 4 6
 Quebec Camille Boisvert 3 7

Playoffs[edit]

  Semifinal     Final
                 
    1  Alberta 7
  2  British Columbia 8     2  British Columbia 6
  3  Nova Scotia 4  

Semifinal[edit]

Saturday, January 25, 9:30 am

Team 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 Final
 British Columbia (Van Osch) Hammer (Last Stone First End) 2 0 0 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 4 8
 Nova Scotia (Fay) 0 0 2 0 0 1 0 0 0 1 0 4
Player percentages
 British Columbia  Nova Scotia
Ashley Sanderson 73% Janique LeBlanc 85%
Sarah Daniels 76% Karlee Burgess 70%
Marika Van Osch 66% Jenn Smith 70%
Kalia Van Osch 76% Mary Fay 70%
Total 73% Total 74%

Final[edit]

Saturday, January 25, 4:00 pm

Team 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 Final
 Alberta (Rocque) Hammer (Last Stone First End) 0 0 2 0 2 0 2 0 0 1 7
 British Columbia (Van Osch) 0 0 0 1 0 3 0 2 0 0 6
Player percentages
 Alberta  British Columbia
Claire Tully 85% Ashley Sanderson 86%
Taylor McDonald 88% Sarah Daniels 70%
Keely Brown 93% Marika Van Osch 85%
Kelsey Rocque 68% Kalia Van Osch 70%
Total 84% Total 78%

Qualification[edit]

 Newfoundland and Labrador[edit]

The Junior Provincials are being held December 27–30 at the Re/Max Centre in St. John's. Junior Women's will be a double round robin; Junior Men's will be a single round robin. For the playoffs, the Junior Women's division will have the top two teams advancing to the playoffs; Junior Men's division will have the top three teams advancing to the playoffs. If a team goes undefeated in the round robin, they must be beaten twice in the playoffs.

Results:[2]

Men's W L
James Bryson (Re/Max) 4 0
Stephen Trickett (Re/Max) 3 1
Greg Blyde (Re/Max) 2 2
Kyle Barron (Caribou) 1 3
Andrew Taylor (Re/Max) 0 4
Women's W L
Sarah Hill (Re/Max) 6 0
Lauren Rolling (Re/Max) 3 3
Rebecca Roberts (Caribou) 2 4
Megan Kearley (Re/Max) 1 5
  • Men's semi final: Trickett 9 - Blyde 4
  • Men's final 1: Bryson 3 - Trickett 9
  • Men's final 2: Bryson 6 - Trickett 7
  • Women's final 1: Hill 6 - Rolling 7
  • Women's final 2: Hill 10 - Rolling 5

 Nova Scotia[edit]

The 2014 AMJ Campbell NS Junior Provincials are being held December 27–31 at the Lakeshore Curling Club in Lower Sackville. The event is a modified triple knock-out qualifying three teams in a modified playoff.

Pre-Playoff Results:[3]

Men's W L
Robert Mayhew (Windsor) 6 1
Matthew Manuel (Mayflower) 4 2
Scott Babin (Truro) 4 3
Alex Rafuse (Halifax) 3 3
Trevor Crouse (Bridgewater) 2 3
Adam Cocks (Chester) 1 3
Kyle Meisner (Chester) 1 3
Mitchell Cortello (CFB Halifax) 0 3
Women's W L
Emily Dwyer (Mayflower) 5 2
Mary Fay (Chester) 4 2
Mary Myketyn-Driscoll (Truro) 3 2
Hayley McCabe (Lakeshore) 4 3
Emily Manuel (Mayflower) 3 3
Micayla Dorey (Wolfville) 2 3
Brooke DeMone (Lunenburg) 0 3
Hannah Stevens (Chester) 0 3

Playoff Results:

  • Men's semi final: Mayhew 8 - Manuel 3
  • Men's final (N/A): Mayhew vs Mayhew
  • Women's semi final: Fay 9 - Dwyer 2
  • Women's final: Myketyn-Driscoll 4 - Fay 9

 Prince Edward Island[edit]

The Pepsi PEI Provincial Junior Curling Championships are being held December 19–23 at the Silver Fox Curling & Yacht Club in Summerside.

The junior men will play a triple-knockout format, which will qualify four teams for a Page championship round. The junior women will play a single-pool round robin, with the top three teams advancing to the championship round.

Pre-Playoff Results:[4]

Men's W L
Kyle Holland (Charlottetown) 3 0
Matthew MacLean (Silver Fox) 3 1
Tyler Smith (Montague) 4 2
Alex MacFadyen (Silver Fox) 3 2
Justin Campbell (Silver Fox) 2 3
Leslie Noye (Western) 2 3
Donald DeWolfe (Cornwall) 0 3
Devin Schut (Cornwall) 0 3
Women's W L
Veronica Smith (Cornwall) 6 0
Amanda MacLean (Cornwall) 5 1
Emily Keen (Cornwall) 4 2
Kaleigh MacKay (Crapaud/Montague) 2 4
Lauren Moerike (Charlottetown) 2 4
Meghan Ching (Cornwall) 1 5
Jenny McLean (Silver Fox) 1 5

Playoff Results:

  • Men's 1v2: Holland 8 - MacLean 0
  • Men's 3v4: MacFadyen 4 - Smith 7
  • Men's semi final: MacLean 4 - Smith 8
  • Men's final: Holland 8 - Smith 5
  • Women's semi final: MacLean 7 - Keen 6
  • Women's final: Smith 6 - MacLean 4

 New Brunswick[edit]

The O'Leary Junior Provincial Championships are being held December 27–30 at the Thistle St. Andrews Curling Club in St. John. The event is a triple-knockout event. Due to power outages, the venue was changed from the Riverside Country Club in Rothesay to Thistle St. Andrews Curling Club and started on December 28. The Emily Wood team out of the Bathurst Curling Club also withdrew.

Results:[5][6]

Men's W L
Rene Comeau (Capital) 6 1
Spencer Watts (Gage) 5 2
Daniel Prest (Capital) 3 3
Carter Small (Capital) 2 3
Jack Smeltzer-McCausland (Capital) 2 3
Liam Garcia (Thistle-St. Andrews) 1 3
Kyle Hughes (Riverside) 1 3
Matt Nason (Thistle-St. Andrews) 1 3
Women's W L
Samantha Crook (Gage) 4 2
Danielle Hubbard (Miramichi) 4 2
Jessica Daigle (Capital) 3 2
Jamie Ward (Capital) 4 3
Justine Comeau (Capital) 2 3
Grace Standen (Moncton) 1 3
Amber Hicks (Sackville) 0 3
  • Men's semi final: Comeau 11 - Watts 10
  • Men's final (N/A): Comeau vs Comeau
  • Women's semi final: Daigle 7 - Hubbard 3
  • Women's final: Crook 5 - Daigle 7

 Quebec[edit]

The Quebec Provincial Junior Championships are being held from December 26–31 at the Club de Curling Glenmore in Dollard-des-Ormeaux, Quebec.[7]

The event is a round-robin with a modified playoff.

Men's W L
Mark Fajertag (Montréal-Ouest) 5 2
Gregory Bornais (Jacques-Cartier) 5 2
Adam Freilich (Boucherville) 5 2
Jeffery Stewart (Sherbrooke) 4 3
Scott MacDonald-Ducharme (Baie d'Urfé) 4 3
Félix Asselin (Trois-Rivières) 2 5
Louis Quévillon (Lacolle) 2 5
Gregory Raymond (Laval) 1 6
Women's W L
Sarah Dumais (Etchemin) 6 1
Laura Guénard (Dolbeau/Kénogami) 5 2
Lisa Davies (Glenmore) 5 2
Marianne Girard (Jacques-Cartier) 5 2
Émilia Gagné (Riverbend/Kénogami) 4 3
Marie-Pier Dicaire (Belvédère) 1 6
Gabrielle Lavoie (Victoria) 1 6
Taylor Mackay (St-Lambert) 1 6
  • Men's semi final: Bornais 5 - Freilich 8
  • Men's final: Fajertag 4 - Freilich 11
  • Women's tie-breaker: Davies 7 - Girard 3
  • Women's semi final: Guénard 5 - Davies 7
  • Women's final: Dumais 6 - Davies 1

 Ontario[edit]

The Pepsi Ontario Junior Curling Championships are being held January 2–6 at the Gananoque Curling Club in Gananoque, Ontario.

Results:[8][9]

Men's W L
Ryan McCrady (Rideau) 6 1
Fraser Reid (Kitchener-Waterloo) 6 1
Ben Bevan (Annandale) 4 3
Matthew Hall (Stroud) 4 3
Colton Daly (London) 3 4
Conor Joudrey (Dixie) 3 4
Eric Bradey (Highland) 1 6
Pascal Michaud (Huntley) 1 6
Women's W L
Molly Greenwood (Kitchener-Waterloo) 6 1
Kendall Haymes (Listowel) 6 1
Chelsea Brandwood (St. Catharines) 5 2
Emma Wallingford (Carleton Heights) 4 3
Kaitlin Jewer (Annandale) 3 4
Kristina Adams (Peterborough) 2 5
Cassandra Lewin (RCMP) 2 5
Kirsten Marshall (Stroud) 0 7
  • Men's tie-breaker: Bevan 9 - Hall 7
  • Men's semi final: Reid 5 - Bevan 3
  • Men's final: McCrady 9 - Reid 3
  • Women's semi final: Haymes 8 - Brandwood 5
  • Women's final: Greenwood 10 - Haymes 7

 Northern Ontario[edit]

The Junior Provincial Championships are being held January 2–5 at the Longlac Curling Club in Longlac (men's) and the Fort William Curling Club in Thunder Bay (women's).

Results:[10][11]

Men's W L
Jordan Potter (Porth Arthur) 6 1
Tanner Horgan (Idylwylde) 5 2
Cody Tetreault (Thessalon) 4 3
Sam Cull (Sudbury) 3 4
Nick Dawson (Soo CA) 3 4
Isaac Keffer (Port Arthur) 3 4
Matthew Smith (Port Arthur) 3 4
Cedric Lachance (Longlac) 1 6
Women's W L
Krysta Burns (Idylwylde) 7 0
Robin Beaudry (Idylwylde) 5 2
Megan Smith (Sudbury) 4 3
Tiana Gaudry (Port Arthur) 3 4
Jenna Poirier (Sioux Lookout) 3 4
Peyton St. Pierre (Copper Cliff) 3 4
Jennifer Keetch (Port Arthur) 2 5
Isabelle Ouellet (Longlac) 1 6
  • Men's semi final: Horgan 8 - Tetreault 6
  • Men's final: Potter 4 - Horgan 6
  • Women's semi final: Beaudry 12 - Smith 3
  • Women's final: Burns 5 - Beaudry 3

 Manitoba[edit]

The Canola Junior Provincial Championships are being held December 26–31 at the Portage Curling Club in Portage la Prairie, Manitoba.

Results:[12][13]

Men's W L
Asham Black Group
Matt Dunstone (West Kildonan) 7 0
Braden Calvert (Deer Lodge) 5 2
Sean Davidson (Portage) 4 3
Ty Dilello (Fort Rouge) 3 4
Tyler Grumpelt (Brandon) 3 4
Austin Mustard (Portage) 3 4
JT Ryan (Assiniboine Memorial) 3 4
Myles Hicks (The Pas) 0 7
Red Brick Red Group
Cole Peters (St. Vital) 6 1
Kyle Doering (West Kildonan) 6 1
Shayne Macgranachan (Brandon) 5 2
Jordan Smith (East St Paul) 5 2
Colin Kurz (Wildewood) 2 5
Steffan Adamchuk (Swan River) 2 5
Nathaniel Swanson (Heather) 1 6
Carter Watkins (Swan River) 1 6
Women's W L
Asham Black Group
Meaghan Brezden (Granite) 5 2
Rachel Burtnyk (Assiniboine Memorial) 5 2
Kristy Watling (Victoria) 5 2
Ashley Groff (Carman) 4 3
Beth Peterson (Victoria) 4 3
Heather Maxted (Teulon) 3 4
Kylee Calvert (Carberry) 2 5
Hanne Jensen (Dauphin) 0 7
Red Brick Red Group
Meagan Grenkow (Assiniboine Memorial) 6 1
Shannon Birchard (St. Vital) 6 1
Jennifer Curle (Victoria) 4 3
Rebecca Lamb (Stonewall) 4 3
Sara Oliver (Victoria) 4 3
Hannah Brown (Elmwood) 2 5
Lisa Reid (Victoria) 2 5
Allyson Spencer (Carman) 0 7
  • Men's B1 vs R1: Dunstone 7 - Peters 6
  • Men's B2 vs R2: Calvert 9 - Doering 2
  • Men's semi final: Peters 4 - Calvert 6
  • Men's final: Dunstone 1 - Calvert 6
  • Women's Black Group tie-breaker: Burtnyk 4 - Watling 7
  • Women's B1 vs R1: Brezden 10 - Grenkow 1
  • Women's B2 vs R2: Watling 6 - Birchard 5
  • Women's semi final: Grenkow 4 - Watling 7
  • Women's final: Brezden 8 - Watling 2

 Saskatchewan[edit]

The Junior Provincial Championships are being held December 27–31 at the Twin Rivers Curling Club in North Battleford.[14]

Men's W L
Pool A
Brady Scharback (Sutherland) 5 0
Cole Tenetuik (Moose Jaw) 4 1
Jeremy Ven Der Buhs (Sutherland) 3 2
Austin Williamson (Callie) 2 3
Justin Anderson (Humboldt) 1 4
Kevin Haines (Callie) 0 5
Pool B
Tyler Hartung (Langenburg) 5 0
Chad Lang (Nutana) 4 1
Dean Jaeb (Humboldt) 3 2
Russell Green (Sutherland) 2 3
Brayden Stewart (Maryfield) 1 4
Judd Dlouhy (Assiniboia) 0 5
Women's W L
Pool A
Jessica Hanson (Granite) 5 0
Danielle Bertsch (Sutherland) 4 1
Brooke Tokarz (Nutana) 3 2
Kaitlin Corbin (Moose Jaw) 2 3
Courtney Orsen (Granite) 1 4
Allyson Grywacheski (Callie) 0 5
Pool B
Lorraine Schneider (Kronau) 5 0
Kristen Streifel (Nutana) 4 1
Katherine Michaluk (Callie) 2 3
Nicole Thompson (Callie) 2 3
Lisa Chambers (North Battleford) 1 4
Rachel Erickson (Maryfield) 1 4
  • Men's A1 vs. B1: Scharback 3 - Hartung 6
  • Men's A2 vs. B2: Tenetuik 4 - Lang 7
  • Men's semi final: Scharback 7 - Lang 9
  • Men's final: Hartung 9 – Lang 7
  • Women's A1 vs. B1: Hanson 7 - Schneider 2
  • Women's A2 vs. B2: Bertsch 2 - Streifel 7
  • Women's semi final: Schneider 5 - Streifel 6
  • Women's final: Hanson 7 – Streifel 8

 Alberta[edit]

The Subway Junior Provincials are being held December 26–31 at the Leduc Curling Club in Leduc, Alberta.

Results:[15][16]

Men's W L
Carter Lautner (Glencoe) 6 1
Thomas Scoffin (Saville) 5 2
Jeremy Harty (Calgary/Glencoe) 4 3
Kenton Maschmeyer (Saville) 4 3
Daylan Vavrek (Dawson Creek) 4 3
Scott Smith (Calgary) 3 4
Dustin Turcotte (Fahler) 2 5
Aiden Procter (Saville) 0 7
Women's W L
Kelsey Rocque (Saville) 6 1
Jocelyn Peterman (Glencoe) 6 1
Janais DeJong (Sexsmith) 4 3
Selena Sturmay (Airdrie) 4 3
Chantele Broderson (Lacombe) 3 4
Morgan Krassman (Medicine Hat) 2 5
Taylore Theroux (Saville) 2 5
Courtney Rossing (Grande Prairie) 1 6
  • Men's tie-breaker 1: Maschmeyer 8 - Harty 5
  • Men's tie-breaker 2: Vavrek 8 - Maschmeyer 2
  • Men's semi final: Scoffin 8 - Vavrek 7
  • Men's final: Lautner 7 - Scoffin 4
  • Women's tie-breaker 1: DeJong 3 - Sturmay 4
  • Women's semi final: Peterman 5 - Sturmay 4
  • Women's final: Rocque 6 - Peterman 5

 British Columbia[edit]

The Tim Horton's Junior Provincial Championships are being held December 26–31 at the Chilliwack Curling Club in Chilliwack, British Columbia.

Results:[17][18]

Men's W L
Tyler Tardi (Langley) 7 0
Cameron de Jong (Juan De Fuca) 6 1
Nolan Reid (Victoria) 4 3
Kyle Habkirk (Coquitlam) 3 4
Cody Tanaka (Tunnel Town/Langley) 3 4
Nick Parker (Royal City) 2 5
Justin Umpherville (Beaver Valley) 2 5
Brendan Cliff (Vernon) 1 6
Women's W L
Corryn Brown (Kamloops) 6 1
Kalia Van Osch (Nanaimo/Delta) 6 1
Dezaray Hawes (Royal City) 4 3
Shawna Jensen (Victoria) 4 3
Amy Edwards (Vernon) 3 4
Brandi Tinkler (Juan de Fuca) 3 4
Mariah Coulombe (Juan De Fuca) 2 5
Briana Egan (Coquitlam) 0 7
  • Men's semi final: de Jong 7 - Reid 2
  • Men's final: Tardi 5 - de Jong 10
  • Women's tie-breaker: Hawes 3 - Jensen 9
  • Women's semi final: Van Osch 10 - Jensen 3
  • Women's final: Brown 6 - Van Osch 7

 Yukon[edit]

Hosted Dec. 21-22 at the Whitehorse Curling Club [19]

 Northwest Territories[edit]

Hosted Dec. 19-22 at Hay River

Results:[20]

Men's W L
Logan Gagnier (Hay River) 3 1
Matthew Miller (Inuvik) 3 1
Reid Tait (Yellowknife) 0 4
  • Men's Tie-Breaker: Miller 9 - Gagnier 7
  • Women's winner: Carina McKay-Saturnino (Inuvik) defeated Olivia Gibbons (Hay River)

 Nunavut[edit]

Awards[edit]

The all-star teams and award winners are as follows:[23]

All-Star Teams[edit]

Women

First Team

  • Skip: Alberta Kelsey Rocque, Alberta 79%
  • Third: British Columbia Marika Van Osch, British Columbia 81%
  • Second: British Columbia Sarah Daniels, British Columbia 80%
  • Lead: Saskatchewan Karlee Korchinski, Saskatchewan 82%

Second Team

  • Skip: Nova Scotia Mary Fay, Nova Scotia 73%
  • Third: Ontario Amy Heitzner, Ontario 77%
  • Second: Nova Scotia Karlee Burgess, Nova Scotia 76%
  • Lead: British Columbia Ashley Sanderson, British Columbia 80%
Men

First Team

  • Skip: Alberta Carter Lautner, Alberta 80%
  • Third: Nova Scotia Michael Brophy, Nova Scotia 80%
  • Second: Manitoba Lucas Van Den Bosch, Manitoba 81%
  • Lead: Quebec Jason Olsthoorn, Quebec 81%

Second Team

  • Skip: Ontario Ryan McCrady, Manitoba 77%
  • Third: New Brunswick Daniel Wenzek, New Brunswick 79%
  • Second: Alberta David Aho, Alberta 79%
  • Lead: Ontario Cole Lyon-Hatcher, Ontario 81%

Ken Watson Sportsmanship Awards[edit]

Women
  • Yukon Patty Wallingham, Yukon second
Men
  • Alberta Taylor Ardriel, Alberta third

Fair Play Awards[edit]

Women
  • Lead: Northwest Territories Hilary Charlie, Northwest Territories
  • Second: Manitoba Danielle Lafleur, Manitoba
  • Third: Manitoba Abby Ackland, Manitoba
  • Skip: Northwest Territories Carina McKay-Saturnino, Northwest Territories
  • Coach: Manitoba Dale McEwen, Manitoba
Men
  • Lead: Northwest Territories Deklen Crocker, Northwest Territories
  • Second: Prince Edward Island Alex Sutherland, Prince Edward Island
  • Third: Nunavut Connor Faulkner, Nunavut
  • Skip: New Brunswick Rene Comeau, New Brunswick
  • Coach: Manitoba Tom Clasper, Manitoba

ASHAM National Coaching Awards[edit]

Women
  • Northwest Territories Nick Saturnino, Northwest Territories
Men
  • Manitoba Tom Clasper, Manitoba

Joan Mead Legacy Awards[edit]

Women
  • New Brunswick Cathlia Ward, New Brunswick Third
Men
  • Ontario Cole Lyon-Hatcher, Ontario Lead

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