CHARLOTTETOWN, P.E.I. – New Dominion’s Lauren Lenentine has another medal to add to her collection after she won gold as an alternate with Canada’s junior women’s world championship rink from Nova Scotia.
The Kaitlyn Jones skipped-squad from Halifax, N.S., earned the title at the event in Aberdeen, Scotland, with a 7-4 win over defending champion Isabella Wrana of Sweden.
The Kaitlyn Jones rink of Nova Scotia won the gold medal at the women’s world junior curling championship in Aberdeen, Scotland, with a 7-4 win over defending champion Isabella Wrana of Sweden. The rink includes, from left, skip Kaitlyn Jones, third Kristin Clarke, second Karlee Burgess, lead Lindsey Burgess and alternate and New Dominion native Lauren Lenentine. – Joey Smith
Lenentine, 17, skipped P.E.I. to a 5-0 start at the Canadian juniors in January and finished 5-5. She was asked after nationals to join the Jones rink for the worlds after it won the Canadian title.