4 teams still unbeaten at Canadian curling juniors
On men's side, Manitoba, Ontario and New Brunswick remain perfect
Four teams remain unbeaten at the Canadian Junior men's and women's Curling Championships after Sunday's draws.
Three men's teams, including Manitoba's Braden Calvert, Ontario's Ryan McCrady and New Brunswick's Rene Comeau boast perfect marks heading into Monday morning's Draw 7.
Manitoba defeated Northern Ontario's Tanner Horgan 10-4 and Saskatchewan's Tyler Hartung 6-2 to move to 4-0 in Pool A.
Ontario also won twice, 8-3 over Quebec's Adam Freilich and 7-4 against Newfoundland/Labrador's Stephen Trickett to keep pace at 4-0.
A battle of undefeated teams from Pool B took place in the afternoon session New Brunswick prevailed 12-7 over Alberta's Carter Lautner after stealing four in the 10th end for the wild win. New Brunswick is now 3-0.
Alberta and Nova Scotia's Robert Mayhew are a game behind at 3-1. Nova Scotia won its third straight, defeating British Columbia's Cameron de Jong 9-2, then Prince Edward Island's Kyle Holland 12-6 to vault into contention.
On the women's side, only Alberta's Kelsey Rocque has an unblemished record, now at 3-0 in Pool A, after victories over British Columbia's Kalia Van Osch 6-4 and Nunavut's Sadie Pinksen 15-2.
British Columbia is 3-1 after rebounding from its first loss to beat Saskatchewan's Kristen Streifel 13-5 in the nightcap.
In Pool B action, Ontario's Molly Greenwood suffered her first loss, 11-5 to rival Krysta Burns of Northern Ontario, but is still on top with a 3-1 mark.
Right behind with 2-1 records are Northern Ontario and Nova Scotia's Mary Fay, who lost to Ontario 9-4 in her only game earlier in the day.
Fourteen men's and 14 women's teams are competing for Canadian titles, with the winning teams earning the right to represent Canada at the World Juniors in Flims, Switzerland on Feb. 26.